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My dd (18 months) has a suspected PA. She had a SPT that had a wheal of 2mm. From what I've read, 3mm is usually indicative of a positive, but because she is young, this 2mm is a positive. I asked...
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I used to work at a coffee shop where two of my coworkers were allergic to peanuts (one was severely allergic). At the time, we carried muffins containing peanuts, and instead of not ordering these...
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My son is still in diapers, so when we go out anywhere, his diaper bag side pockets have 2 epi pens and liquid benedryl. They are easy to access and always there. However since we are in the...
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Hello, I am new to this board and to the world of allergies. My son (age 2) has sensitivity to peanuts, almonds, milk and eggs. As far as I know, he has never had an allergic reaction/exposure to...
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Our daughter just completed the desensitization clinical trial at New England Food Allergy Treatment Center, and our lives are changed. After 11 years of worrying and rigorously controlling her food...
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Hi there, I'm really confused at my toddler's diagnosis. They did a skin prick test and she was reactive to peanuts. That said, she has ingested the following in the past with no reaction: - Peanut...
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This kind of book seems to help tick all a new boxes, it does offer 112 recipes the are tasty and healthy, most linked with the recipes barely take half so hour or substantially to prepare and thus...
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Found this article on google about a new test that is supposed to tell you how allergic you are to peanuts. Cost $300 bucks and I don't think insurance covers it, but if it works it would be good to...
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Hi everybody, I'm a new poster here. My 27-month old child was recently diagnosed with PA (vomiting after eating, positive skin test, 39.7 level after blood test). He was skin-tested twice before but...
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RAST showed 16.6 for sesame for 2 1/2 year old ds. I've done some research but wanted to know about "hidden" sesame. I see breading is problem. Anything else? Can anybody provide links to sesame...
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DH & I are considering getting our DD a Medic Alert bracelet. She's 21 months old and small for her age (about 19 lds). According to Medic Alert's website, the smallest size is 5 inches?!...
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I need some advice where to go next on this crazy journey!! My youngest is 13 months and at 10month or so I gave him peanut butter and jelly not thinking anything of it because my older 2 had no...
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So far every reaction I've read about on this board has mentioned only hives and swelling. My son vomited quite a bit about 30-45 minutes after he ate a peanut butter cookie (in addition to a few...
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All three of my children eat peanut butter like its going out of style. We've had no allergic reactions whatsoever. However, my daughter has eaten plain peanuts (the salted ones in a container, or...
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Hi Everyone. I am a new to this sight and it is GREAT! My grandson is 2 1/2 and has peanut and egg allergies. He needs to get a medic bracelet and my daughter is not sure whether to include his...
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My son's birthday is coming up and they allow a store bought treat to be brought in for the class. They are not a nut free school but in case other kids in the class do have allergies, I'd like it to...
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Hi My daughter took her sons to a Rengade baseball game tonight and all of sudden they start throwing bags of peanuts into the stands. Now she has people all around her eating peanuts with two of her...
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My 5 year old son recently had an allergic reation, but to what we were not aware. He had eaten fish, shellfish and peanuts at lunch then went to visit a friend that had 4 cats. Shortly after...
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After a scary trip to the ER and awaitng the visit to the allergist, I feel like we're stuck in limbo. If I touch him with something on my hands that he's allergic to, he starts to scratch! I don't...
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Hi - last week we found out that our 16 month-old daughter is peanut allergic. She had an anaphylactic reaction after being fed approx 1 tsp of freshly ground dry-roasted peanut butter. Background:...

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