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I have not been on an airplane in 18 years. I am not more aware of my peanut allergy than when I was 16, have children and severe anxiety. Panic attacks are the result of my allergy I'm sure. How can...
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Hello, is there any evidence to support that wearing a mask while flying improves your odds of not having a reaction? I always ask for a buffer zone, wipe the seat, and refrain from eating anything...
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Does anyone have Epipen instructions in Spanish or know how I can get some? How about any handouts on how to deal with nut allergies en espanol? Thanks!
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Peanut allergy in France My boyfriend has a severe peanut allergy and we recently traveled to France. We were really worried, and it was challenging, but we made it through safely and he even was...
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I have an allergy for Nuts & Peanuts, in which i am most anaphylactic for nuts rather than peanuts As you will all know, this is quite a big deal when flying. I have once asked for the...
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I am a teenager and I have a severe peanut allergy. I am traveling to Vienna/Salzburg Austria and Budapest Hungary. If anyone can translate "I have severe peanut allergies" and "Do you fry your food...
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I've been told the Benadryl makes travel size single servings but I can't find anyplace that sells them. Hoping someone can help me. I'm tired of lugging around a 4 oz bottle with me everywhere. A...
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Dear all, I would be greatly appreciative if any people with nut allergies could share their experiences with me if they have travelled to Borneo. I am moving to live in Kuching and am allergic to...
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Hi everyone!!.. My family will Be going in vacation in 1 week to the Bahamas.. I'm very nervous since we will be flying and my 4 1/2 year old son is allergic to peanuts. We've notified the airline (...
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Hi, we are off to Rome for 2 weeks in June. Have just read some pretty disturbing articles regarding the prevalent use of lupin flour in Italy for bread and pasta. Currently we are living in...
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Hello. I am traveling to mainland Europe for the first time in a few weeks. My friend and I are going to Barcelona, Paris, London, and Dublin. I have been doing some mild research on how common...
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Heading out on a roadtrip from Wisconsin to Mississippi in a few weeks and I'm in need of restaurant suggestions for Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, and Gulf Coast towns like Ocean Springs, Biloxi,...
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We will be traveling by car from the mid-west to Yellowstone and nearby attractions. We've purchased a travel grill and have booked most accommodations with micro/frigde or kitchenette, in larger...
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Hi, My name is Kyle. I have a severe allergy to peanuts as do most or all of us here. I recently started a petition on Change.org asking for Southwest Airlines to stop serving peanuts on their...
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I can't find the edit option to put this under "travel" or actually write my original comment. Many years since I posted under different ID and things have changed. Anyway, my son and I did a...
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Has anyone been to Beaches in Turks and Caicos? We are thinking of going in Feb w/ PA/egg/Poultry/Kiwi Allergic DS. They do mention on their website that they accomodate food allergies, does anyone...
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We are going to be in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge in a couple of weeks and wanted to know if anyone has had luck or knows of some restaurants that are allergy friendly or safe for peanuts and tree...
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I'm thinking of taking a trip for Spring Break (coming up in March) and it will be the first time that I plan the trip (usually my parents plan but I want to become more independent). Do you guys...
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Has anyone any info on traveling to Indonesia with a child with peanut and tree nut allergy? Safe eating places ?
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Don't miss out on beautiful destinations because of your allergy! My boyfriend and I just created this travel blog to inspire and give tips about travelling www.theallergycouple.blog.com . Soon to...
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