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Recently found out 7 year old daughter is allergic to apple, peanut and some tree nuts. Total shock as she has never had a reaction to peanut. She is a high class three (16.something). So wondering...
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I have taken my PA/TN allergic child to McDonalds on occasion for an ice cream cone as we thought it was safe. Yesterday they released the chocolate dipped cone so I called the customer service...
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My 1 yr old just had the skin test done for possible allergies. We suspected peanuts, and he scored an 11 out of 45 they said. She said avoid contact and ingesting, but that it was okay for the...
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Hi, My 16 year old son is looking for a safe protein bar to support his active sports life. Does anyone have any suggestions of bars that he can have? He has a severe peanut allergy and avoids all...
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My son had a severe almond allergy n I was wondering if he can have black forest gummy bears and brachs jelly beans, need answers quickly please. And I called the hotline for both companies and I...
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Can I ask you guys about Peanut oil? Anyone had a reaction to it? I'm a massage therapist & in one of our groups there is a big discussion going on about whether or not Peanut oil is safe to use...
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Hi, I'm new to the food allergy thing, and my toddler son has PA. I'm going to try medical alert temporary tattoos, instead of jewelery. I'm just wondering if anyone else has tried them, and any...
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Is there a rule/law/written decree somewhere that says an epi pen needs to be "good" for one year from the time it is dispensed to the patient? Is there a minimum time length that an epi must be...
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Has anyone had a reaction to sunscreen, lip balm, or any other item that is applied to the skin? I am most concerned about lip balm because it could obviously be ingested. Badger talks about the...
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Does anyone know how to get "fresh" Epi-Pen Jrs? I have read that they're supposed to last at least two years. I've checked with about a dozen pharmacies in the area (I live in northern Virginia)...
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Has anyone had a reaction to sunscreen, lip balm, or any other item that is applies to the skin? I am most concerned about lip balm because it could obviously be ingested. Badger talks about the...
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We have outdated EpiPens and need to find a place to turn them in. The pharmacies do not take them and I am unable to find anywhere to dispose of them. Thanks, Dianne
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My niece with PA had a reaction to a Dole Strawberry Banana smoothie. The dr is doing testing to see if she has other food allergies, but I was wondering if anyone else had experienced this problem...
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I can't for the life of me find the post where someone listed a safe lip balm but it struck a chord in me because my P/TN allergic daughter LOVES her Chapstick (with no problem)! I see the first...
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Be careful what lip balm, sun block/sunscreen, and other skin care products you use with a peanut or other allergy. Some are not made in a peanut free facility! The Badger company, which produces...
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If peanuts or a peanut product got on your iPhone, iPad, or smartphone screen or cover, what is the best way to handle it? Apple says not to use Windex or any household or glass cleaner. I can't be...
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Are there any peanut free dog treats that you feel safe using? Have purchased a couple of different brands and had to return them because they were made on shared equipment with peanut products....
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I posted a request the other day for you to participate in a market survey for a potential device to test for peanuts in food at home, at a friends house, etc. To date, I've had zero response,...
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My 13 month old has a severe peanut allergy and I accidentally ate ice cream labeled may contain nuts. How soon till I can breastfeed safely
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None of the stores in my area (WF, Shaw's, Stop and Shop) carry Sunbutter brand, which I would like to get because it is made in a dedicated facility. I did find Trader Joe's, and the allergy...

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