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Hi! Wondering if you could help me...In a few weeks, my husband and I are taking our 2year old peanut/tree nut allergic daughter on a Disney Cruise. As it is getting closer, I am getting more anxious...
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Our son is 2 years old. Severe severe PA. My husband and I want our son to live as normal life as possible but we avoid "scary" situations. This leads to my question - Does anyone have tips for...
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Hello.. My three year old was diagnosed at 18 months due to hives around her mouth, swollen eyes and hands (wherever the PB had touched after she ate a PB&J). She's always had really low levels (...
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I have a child with peanut & tree nut allergies, not airborne, but we do have a few children that are. So I am wondering, besides sending home to every parent a very lengthy list of approved...
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I take care for my niece's 3 y/o during the week, who was just dx with PA. Her sister always deep fries turkey for Thanksgiving. After reading how some children can react from being kissed by those...
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My ds Kindergarten class is going to be celebrating Mexican Independence day next month. I got a list of donations being asked for by parents for this party. It includes Pan Dulce and Chocolate...
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My son just started pre-k last week and is severely allergic to peanuts. We spoke with the principal about it who stated that there would be signs put up and that my son would be safe, which doesn'...
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I really don't mean to be an alarmist, but I thought I should share this with the group. Keep in mind it is the results of one study, but seems worthy of further investigation. Perhaps it's...
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My 9 year old son has a severe peanut/tree nut allergy. He is also highly allergic to eggs, dairy, wheat, oats, barley, rye, sesame, and garlic. He has successfully made it through preschool and...
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My 3 year old is allergic to peanuts, and he had experienced an anaphylaxis reaction to peanuts. As you can understand, I am very very worried. Do you know any allergist, who is updated with peanut...
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Has anyone here outgrew their peanut allergy? This site says 20% of infants outgrow their peanut allergy but I would like to know if anyone here has or has anyone here known of some one who outgrew...
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What can I do to keep my son safe and not exclude him at lunchtime in middle school, when he has problems keeping himself safe? My son is in eighth grade and has some mental and behavioral health...
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My 13 year old was diagnosed 1 year ago with PA. She has had between 8 and 10 severe anaphalaxis episodes in the past year which typically involve diarrhea and/or vomiting, swollen lips/tongue,...
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Hi, I was wondering what brands of salad dressing you have found to be safe? I contacted Hidden Valley and was uneasy about the response I received.
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I have a friend who is basically anti-vaccine. She only vaccinates her children for tetanus. She believes that my son's allergies were caused or aggravated by vaccines--that vaccines compromise the...
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My little guy with a PA is turning 4 next month and I am sending him to preschool. This is a little anxiety invoking since he has been pretty much under my watch since he was diagnosed with his PA at...
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In my daughters IEP, her IHP is referred to, does that make the IHP legally binding?
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I hope I didn't just blow $144. Today there was a screening lab at the local pharmacy, including allergy testing. As it is considerably cheaper than the allergist, and I've only been checked for 7...
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Hi - I have a 6 year old daughter with a peanut allergy and a shellfish allergy. I have tried to find a support group in or near Palm Beach County Florida, specifically Boca Raton. Does anyone know...
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I just wondered if any progress is bring made toward a treatment/"shot" etc for PA? My allergist had submitted my daughter with PA to a study group but we didn't meet one if the criteria, a boy from...

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