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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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Hello, My son is almost 5 months old & he's been plagued with eczema since around 2 months old. It started at his scalp/face & has since spread to his entire body. He recently had a RAST (...
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My 6-year-old has eaten nuts of all types for years. Never had a rash or anything. She was recently eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich when she started to complain of her throat hurting and...
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Hi all, I am new to the site and I have a cpl questions. I went to a mexican place in Junction City, Kansas called "Panchos" I got a "fiesta burrito" and about after 5min my lips were on fire and...
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I wasn't sure where to post this, but my son, who will be 5 in June was diagnosed with a peanut allergy and tree nut allergy today. He has had eczema and environmental allergies since he was a baby....
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I am in need of the wisdom and knowledge of all. DD (17) has been suffering for over two years. We had been going after one cause only to learn this week that actually the root cause is a different...
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My son tested positive for peanut allergy 2.5 years ago via a blood test. He had rashes on his face, swelling around his eyes and mouth; and he kept scratching his tongue, after eating one bite of...
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My teenage daughter ate part of a friends peanut butter at school one day and told me she felt like her chest was tight after (has asthma) and that her mouth felt wierd, she did not feel well, and...
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My daughter will be 1 year old in a couple of weeks. She has been exposed to and has eaten peanut butter a few times recently without any reaction whatsoever. (I have never personally given it to her...
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Ok, I need some feedback bc I'm now thoroughly confused! :\ My son had a RAST (not a CapRAST) done at about 4 months old (bc he had head to toe eczema) which came back a 2 for peanut (.36) & a 3...
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Hi, My name is Helen Mason and I am a children's author. At the moment, I am working on a book in which one of the characters has peanut allergies. I need some help with some details and wonder if...

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