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Did anyone attend the conference in Baltimore last weekend? Any interesting speakers? Please give us a summary of what you saw, heard.....(or if I am on the wrong board let me know- at quick glance...
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Hi, I was just wondering if there are any statistic's out there on how many reactions per year is normal for the peanut allergic child. My son is five and a half, he had his first reation at 15...
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In the April 99 issue of Child magazine, there is a article on food allergies, focusing somewhat on peanut allergies. Suprising though there is no mention of using Epi-pens only Benadryl. Carol S.
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Hi, This week I have had two people comment to me that they heard about some pill/shot? that peanut allergic individuals can take to reduce/eliminate the reaction. They had heard about it on TV....
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This is all theoretical folks but.... Has anyone heard of any studies (or have any experience) with inducing vomitting after a known allergen has been ingested? Would this be too dangerous to try...
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A while back, there was a thread discussing when to switch from EpiPen Jr to the full-strength EpiPen. I remember reading it and becoming more confused - and doing a search on the web which confused...
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Just wanted to let you all know about an experience I had today. My husband, son and I were invited a wonderful early afternoon BBQ party, complete with a Swing band, at a friend's house. We arrived...
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I know I saw a sample emergency plan posted on one of the boards - for use in schools, daycares, etc. I am in the process of setting one up and was hoping to use the one posted to double check...
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Someone wants to know about>>> Nambudripad treatment They wrote: Can you tell us if anyone has been successful with this type of treatment for severe peanut allergy. We were thinking about...
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I WAS JUST WONDERING IF EVERYONE WAS AWARE THAT THERE HAVING NATIONAL FOOD ALLERGY AWARENESS WEEK IN MAY THE 10 THRU THE 14TH. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME INVOLVED IN EDUCATING YOUR COMMUNITY AND...
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HELLO!! I HAVE A FRIEND WHOSE CHILD HAS A SEVERE PEANUT BUTTER ALLERGY..THIS HAS BEEN A LONG YEAR FOR US. SHE TRIED TO MAKE IT AS SAFE AS POSSIBLE, BUT OF COURSE IT DIDN'T HAPPEN. I HAD JUST MET MY...
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I FINALLY got a referral for my dd from her ped! When I called the allergist they told me I had to wait three weeks for the peanut to be out of her system before they could do the skin test (our...
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Hi, I'm not posting about my own peanut-allergic son, but a friend of the family just asked me today about this. Her granddaughter, who has asthma and comes from a quite allergic family, had a taste...
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Is hydrolozized soy protein the same and as dangerous as hydrolozized oil? Stay Safe, ------------------ [email]"Chris@PeanutAllergy.Com"[/email]
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I rec'd an E mail this morning in reply to one that I had sent to the American College of Allergy Asthma & Immunology. In response to the question "Can you have an allergist come and speak at a...
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My 13 month old dd had her first reaction to peanuts last Tuesday with hives and swelling around the mouth and eyes. The Thursday before she had a MMR vaccine along with the chicken pox vaccine. The...
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I am outraged at the reaction of individuals concerning the severity of peanut allergy. I have been doing research on peanut allergy to better educate my family. I have come across some very...
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Thanks everyone for all the responses. I posted last night and awoke this morning to seven replies! Thanks Noreen, Lynda, Tracy, Lisa, Laura, Christine, and Connie! I did nurse for nine months and...
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Hi, I'm new to the group and I have a 5 1/2 year old son with a peanut allergy, walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts, sulfa and a milk sensitivity. His reaction to peanuts has been vomiting within about 1...
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Hi Everyone. Hope all had a nice holiday. Sean, our peanut/egg allergic 16 month old, spent Easter in the ER and then was admitted for pneumonia and severe asthma. They tell me asthma is common...

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