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I keep reading how everyone has had numerous tests and I am wondering if my dd should be tested again...After her first reaction to peanut butter we had a skin test done. The peanut came back...
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Anyone know of any restaurants that are great or that we should avoid? We are traveling with a large party and everyone gets to pick a restaurant one night. One wants Morocco. I was wondering about...
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Well, after all my daycare center complaints, I was the stupid one who caused my son to have an allergic reaction. First off, the reaction was not to peanuts but to eggs and secondly, this was the...
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I am looking for anyone in Bergen county , NJ with a PA family member. I am looking for a support group or even to start one. Thanks for any responses-ginger
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Hi everyone. Does anyone have any info on this subject. Upon browsing thru this site and some of the links, I have not run across this yet. At the age of 27 ( 12 yrs. ago ) I was vacationing in FLA...
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Hi, I'm at work and someone just asked me for help translating the word peanut into a number of other languages. [I'm a librarian.] I thought I would post the list I found just in case anyone is...
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Has anyone had a negative CAP Rast test and if so, what was done and what was the outcome? At two my son had a level II on the CAP Rast - Now at 4, his result was negative. We have learned a great...
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I have a friend with a peanut-allergic son. She had him tested recently via the skin prick test and the results came back 5/7. She did not have a positive experience with his allergist and doesn't...
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Hi everyone. I hope everyone has been doing well and staying safe. I have been so busy lately I haven't kept up on here like I should these last few weeks. We are going on a trip this Friday and we...
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I have posted earlier about my 2 year old having a reaction to peanut butter a couple of weeks ago. We now have epi-pens and I will definitely try to keep him away from peanut products and all nuts...
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My daughter is 12 with nut allergy. Recently, my other daughter, who does not have nut allergy, and I have been shopping around for colleges and it has made me wonder how if my younger daughter would...
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We recently went to San Francisco for vacation. My son has severe peanut allergies, so we know what to ask before entering a restaurant, right? We went to Fuddrucker(they serve shakes,hamburgers,...
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On another post I saw notation that some children have been reacting to dogs licking them. The possibility of an allergy to dog is possible plus a reaction may be developing from the dogs food. Some...
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I have a seven year old who is allergic to peanuts as well as eggs and several medications. I have learned through the years that peanuts can be in almost any product in any factory. But peanuts...
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Hello to you all! My daughter was recently diagnosed with a PA thru a skin test (unfortunatly we had already learned the "hard way" via an english muffin w/a smear of PB on it). She is 11 months...
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I would encourage everyone to financially supoort this site, no matter how small that donation might be. I also encourage you to read Chris' post under Summer Fun Almost A Tragedy that cites the...
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My son vomits, usually within 10-15 min. after ingesting anything containing peanut. This has been our 1st warning that something is wrong if we don't see him eat it or he doesn't tell us. Of...
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since we are so new to this, I wanted to ask your advise on cross contamination. How much of a concern should this be for a baby whose rast score was a class 4? I don't know how sensitive he is...
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I'm looking for anyone who has had or their children have had reactions from kissing, hugging etc... someone who had peanut products before the contact. I want my son's nursery school, which he will...
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Lupin is more and more used for replacement of soya (because of GMO)in Holland. Lupin is also a pulse (family of peanut) and I have had quite strong allergic reactions on lupin (normally I only react...
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