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I have a 14 year old with a severe peanut allergy who also happens to be autistic and non verbal as well ( yes, it sucks) my question is...he had his first reaction at 8 months old ( my fault, I was...
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I will be asking the same at the church I am planning to attend as well. email from my friend: Hey chick, I am meeting with the chidlren's minister to get our church peanut free. Where can I get...
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My husband is allergic to dairy. He has totally given up cheese, milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, pudding, icecream--everything! It's been really hard for me. I feel like collateral damage. We no longer...
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Our recent trip to Universal Studios was very frustrating. Researching the park menu, etc. before going, I felt we could find something for my daughter to eat at the park. Before ordering food, I...
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Hi I'm new to the world of allergies. Yesterday my daughter got allergy tested. We found out she has a severe allergy to almonds. Now this is the confusing part they also tested her for peanut. There...
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my daughter was recently diagnosed with peanut and milk allergies where she needs to carry benadryl and an Epi-Pen. She is going away to college in 2014. Does anyone have advice or suggestions about...
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At what age do you put the EpiPens on your child or in his backpack rather than leaving them in the classroom with the teacher? Thank you!
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I am looking into ordering Zyrtec from Canada Rx. In USA we don't have a generic available (Zyrtec is not OTC), but online it offers the generic - Ceterizine? Has anyone used this? Have you seen...
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Does anyone know what TBHQ is? I took my son to Friendlys Restaurants the other day. I had a waitress that was pretty clueless about allergies. I asked if the grilled cheese and french fries had any...
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How do I handle my allergy in public places like movie theatres, events with stadium seating, etc. Do I ask the person to move if I was there first or put their peanut food away? Should I move? HELP...
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My two year old has been eating peanut butter sandwiches for a year. I wouldn't say terribly often but often enough that I wouldn't expect a reaction (probably at least once or twice a month and we...
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My 18 month old has broken out (not hives, but rash) after eating the pre-packaged crackers with peanut butter in them. (Both the bright orange crackers and the wheat crackers). However, she has...
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Our 21 month old son was just diagnosed with a severe PB allergy, after a sever attack where I eat PB cookies and kissed him. With this sort of reaction, it scares me to take him anywhere. I called...
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Are sesame seeds safe for my son with severe peanut/tree nut allergy?
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Has anyone tried the allergy kit? I had heavy metal poisoning and developed many allergies because of it. It took me so long to rid myself of heavy metals (12 years, the doctor didn't expect me to...
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I just heard that using the herb fenugreek to increase milk supply could possibly cause PA in children. Just curious... Is this something anyone has heard of or had experience with?
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Hi, I have a 14 yrs. son who has an 8th grade class trip to DC NEXT WEEK. I did not get chosen as a chaperone, so now I must prepare someone to watch out for him. He is allergic to peanuts and ALL...
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I've never posted on here before. I don't have a PA kid, but I work at a daycare with a 5 year old with severe peanut and tree nut allergy. When she started her mom told us two snacks we could give...
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Next year I have the opportunity to travel to one of about fifteen different countries through a scholarship program and I would really like to go to Vietnam. I would be travelling with around 20...
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I am excited to finally see a peanut-free ice cream, and I'm wondering if anyone has tried it. It's Wink Frozen Desserts - free of peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, dairy, and gluten. It's made with pea...

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