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My mother-in-law told me a couple of weeks ago that she had read that a man in a restaurant began choking on some food. A doctor was in the restaurant and did the heimlich maneuver on him. He ended...
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I just got back from my son's allergist. Posting this message is the first thing I am doing. I need as much info as we can get-FAST! I post my son's story last week. We got his test results back...
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Well everyone. I just got home from spending a week in the hospital with my peanut allergic daughter. No not for the peanuts, but she was diagnosed with Type 1 Juvernile diabetes. She is 3 1/2. I...
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This is a new one for our family...Spencer woke up this morning with a very swollen face. It was very apparent that he was having some sort of allergic reaction. I immediately gave him Benadryl and...
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Hi, I am a Canadian living in Costa Rica. My daughter has the dreaded peanut allergy. We came with 5 epipens, 2 have now expired and we recently had to use one. We were told we could buy them here...
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My husband and I have decided that we are going to work with our local newspaper to try and educate some of the people in our area. We are from a fairly small town so we are hoping that an article...
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I would like to see if anyone has any information regarding contact exposure. I have read that any ingestion exposure increases the risk of anaphylaxia the next exposure. What about skin contact?...
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My daughter is almost 5 and she was diagnosed PA aa year and a half ago. Recently she was found to be allergic to soy, peas, tree nuts, and coconuts. The other day, while eating pancakes with maple...
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I just called POST to find out about a cereal that my son with PB allergy has been eating. They said Honeycomb is made on the same line as nuts, and they couldn't tell me about any other cereal that...
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The "Food Allergy Network" reported in their recent newsletter about the major oversight in 911 Emergency Medical Services... some of them are NOT allowed and do NOT carry the life-saving drug,...
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Hi, We are getting ready to make homemade ice cream this afternoon, and my recipe calls for Jello Instant Vanilla Pudding. When I was reading the label this morning, I notice the modified food...
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Does anyone know how dangerous it is for a PB allergic kid to be sitting by someone eating PB? I worry about some kid talking while eating and PB residue flying into my kid's eyes or being touched...
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Our son (13months) had a severe reaction to peanut butter this past Tuesday. I gave him less then 1/2 teaspoon spread out in a sandwich. Within 2 minutes he start to swell and break out in hives....
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Got your attention? Imagine what a set back it would be if Chris and Patti had to shut down this website due to lack of funds. My father donated $500 and I just sent off a check for $200. There's...
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Did I read something wrong?? A few months ago I read a note posted by this site that dye-free Benedryl was half the strength of regular Benedryl, since then, I verified this with both allergist and...
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We receive questions everyday. If anyone knows any information on this please post it or email it to us. It would be better if you could post it as this saves us time and work. She asks: >>...
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When my oldest daughter, (now 8), was three, she was diagnosed with pnuemonia. She was given chest x-rays, breathing treatments, blood cultures, and antibiotics. Then it seemed that as soon as the...
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My 8 year old daughter is severely allergic to peanuts. She carries Benadryl and her EpiPen everywhere. My son started kindergarten last fall. I was told by the teacher that he could not focus and...
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I am a 32 male and was diagnosed with asthma when I was about 6 months old. My asthma was severe. I was hospitalized several times as a child in Denver's Children's Hospital and National Jewish,...
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