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Please forgive my ignorance; I am new to this peanut allergy nightmare. I haven't seen spelled out just what a/the 504 plan is and what IEP actually refers to. Could someone please enlighten me?...
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DO YOU LOVE PEANUTALLERGY.COM LIKE I DO? Does it help you communicate with others affected by the peanut allergy? Does it benefit the person you know who is suffering from this allergy? If your...
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I was at an extended family event this weekend and was talking with some distant cousins from my husband's side. They mentioned their (approx) 5 year old daughter broke out in hives after eating...
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Hi All, Our daughter is now in 3rd grade. I have a couple of suggestions for those who are starting out. We don't have all the answers, but we do have file drawers FULL of materials. Some are better...
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My 17-month-old son tested positive for peanut allergies with the skin prick test a few weeks ago. Our pediatrician sent us to the pediatric allergist after Robby broke out in hives from eating peas...
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I am updating on my FFT son. I had the scratch skin test done(At the allergists) 2 months ago it showed milk, egg, green pepepr, and potato. (They did not test him for peanuts because of the severity...
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Hi! My sixteen month old daughter is active in a play group and we regularly schedule play dates with children her age. With her recent diagnosis, I've started the huge task of educating my mommy-...
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Sunday I experienced a real eye opener! Our family had been invited to a brunch for parents who had successfully gone through fertitily treatments and were now "mothers." I was truely excited to...
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Hello All, We recently went to a new allergist and he prescribed claritin redi tabs & singulair AND benedryl at the onset of a reaction. Epi to follow if needed. Unfortunately only a week...
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Two things you generally want to postpone as long as possible are death & taxes. The Associated Press reported a death in Seattle on thursday, 4/22/99, by an individual who was 37 yrs. old and "...
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My son is 5 and has been allergic to peanut since 15 months. He has always been great at dealing with the fact that he was not able to eat whatever he wanted. Yet recently he has been going through...
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I was in our neighborhood Jewel grocery store (Chicago area) today and on the butter croissants the last ingredient was pea flour. The manager put me in touch with the manufacturer and they did call...
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I could use some help. I daughter has been allergic for 5 years. Our doctor often calls me to visit with newly diagnosed parents.I am a nurse, and do the best I can to help these parents. I try to...
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Just got back from taking dd to have her ears rechecked. I cancelled my phone appointment with the lead ped and decided to just have her recheck dd's ears and talk to her then. I was quite nervous...
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My son is a five year old kindergartener. We thought we took all the precautionary steps to ensure Christians saftey. The teacher and nurse were given letters from my son's Dr. explaining his...
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Our precious 16mo old grand daughter has just been dianosed with peanut allergies. Any advice from other grandparents (or parents) for those of us who don't live with it everyday but are lucky...
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We are planning to travel to Canada this summer. Does anyone have information about food labeling laws there?
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Hi my son is 19 months old and only 20lbs. He has only gained a pound since 12 months. Before that he was in the 80% on charts and now he is below the charts. He has peanut, egg, milk allergy, so...
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Everyone - I am having a problem that many of you probably have already encountered... My children are currently attending a daycare that is in someone's home. This woman had been exceptionally...
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Our family has just received the Epi medication to use in case our son Spencer were to have an allergic reaction. I have no idea what to expect to happen after I give him this medication. I,...

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