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My 19 month old daughter has now developed an allergy to tomatoes? She has always eaten spagetti sauce and ketchup just fine, but last week she got bad excema under her arms (mostly in the creases) after having a few diced tomatoes. She had it for a couple days. Then yesterday she broke out all around her mouth after eating french fries and ketchup. I had to pull over on the side of the road and give her benedryl. I thought I had just rubbed her face too hard at the restaurant, but it got worse as we went home. She has such sensitive skin so I'm really confused. Does anyone else have an allergy to tomatoes also along with peanuts? So far I had thought peanuts were her only allergy. The only thing I can think of is the fries were cooked in peanut oil, but wouldn't her reaction have been much worse like in the past? They told me vegetable oil, though...but that doesn't explain the excema she had before. Can you be allergic to seasonings? Any thoughts out there? Thanks so much! Shan [img]http://client.ibboards.com/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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