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Cain is 13 months old and for about a monnth and a half he has been eating peanut butter sandwiches with his two older siblings and noticed a small rash on his face and just chalked it up to teething and slobbering (he still only has 1 tooth)~!!!! and anyways this rash has stayed on his face for some time? so i dont know why but i decided to take him off the peanut butter for a while to see if the rash would go away and sure enough it started to fade within a week or so well this past sunday for lunch i ignorantly gave it to him again because he woke up with a bit of a rash on the other side of his mouth and so i figured maybe it was from him teething on his crib rails!! right now he has knawed off the finish of his bed so i though maybe thats whats causeing it? and i figured it safe to give again and so i did! within about 2o minutes of eating it his face became broke out only on that one side his cheek forehead arounf his eye and on his chin!!! i freaked out and immediately i figured peanut butter to be the culprit! so i will NEVER give him any again!!!! no it seems each time his reaction gets worse is this normally the case!??????? we havent yet seen an allergist for him we couldnt get an appointment till May!!! im worried about him please any info of personal experiance would be greatly appriciated!? Alicia
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