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My son was diagnosed with egg and peanut allergy around 1 1/2 years old. There are many conflicting reasons as to why kids get peanut allergies, and sometimes I feel at fault for eating grilled...
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hi my is sheri and we just found out that our daughter is allergic to peanuts. she is 10 years old and it has been a little hard for us to find food that she can eat and that doesn't cost a arm or a...
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Hello.. My three year old was diagnosed at 18 months due to hives around her mouth, swollen eyes and hands (wherever the PB had touched after she ate a PB&J). She's always had really low levels (...
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Has anyone here outgrew their peanut allergy? This site says 20% of infants outgrow their peanut allergy but I would like to know if anyone here has or has anyone here known of some one who outgrew...
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Hi. My name is Kristy. I wanted to join this site to maybe find out more info and for the support. Wow!! I never expected to have a child with a severe food allergy. About a month ago, my...
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Hello, my name is Kel and I am sending my PN and TN allergy son to kindergarten in a few weeks. I have read that many of you have sent into class an allergy safe, snack box in case there happens to...
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Hi everyone, I'm new to the site. My son is 5yrs old and came very close to death before his 1st birthday because of allergies. He is severely allergic to peanuts/tree nuts and also has allergies to...
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Hi all, just wanted to introduce myself cuz i noticed many members are adults/parents. I'm 17, about to be 18 and heading off to college this fall. I also have a severe anaphylactic reaction to...
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My son had IGE in 2007. His count was 430. Had one done this week. He just turned 14. His count was 540. His peanut allergy was .062 in 2007 and now it is 21. He rarely eats nuts, can't think of the...
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My 2 yr old daughter has a severe peanut allergy. We are going to the allergist again Thursday because despite avoiding all treenuts and peanuts, we are still having reactions. I need help on...
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Hello I'm Roxie. My son is 5 but we found out he was allergic to pea its when he was about 15 months old. We were at a wedding and they had fried chicken in peanut oil and long story short we ended...
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My 15 month DD had her first taste of peanut butter this weekend. I was across the street at a neighbor's house and my DH called frantically telling me to come home. When I got there her eyes were...
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Hello, My oldest daughter was diagnosed with PA at 2 years old. Her levels are "off the charts" and tied for the highest Vanderbilt has seen. We take her allergy day by day, and helping he to live a...
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Does anyone know anything about peanut flour? My PA son just ate a Chips Ahoy cookie that contained peanut flour. I immediately freaked out, but fortunately there was no reaction. Since discovering...
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Hi! I'm new here...I just got allergy test results for my 6 month old back yesterday, and he is apparently allergic to peanuts, cat dander, egg whites, milk, and dogs. So now I am having fun trying...
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Hello guys I'm Danny Tuinei. I have joined this forum to day All Thanks: Danny Tuinei
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Hello everyone! I am new to the forum. I know that forums are a good place to learn and interact with other people , so that People can share their experience with each other. Lotus
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Hello. Heather in south central PA. Spent the day in the ER Monday after my daughter's first PB sandwich. After the drama, she is quite well. I however am becoming increasingly frustrated with...
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My dd, age 7, has been diagnosed with environmental and food allergies in the past 6 weeks. Her food test was Monday and she was positive for peanuts, lobster, crab, codfish, walnuts, almonds,...
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Hello everyone, I've been a longtime reader of this forum, and made the decision to start posting today! I'm peanut, tree nut, shellfish allergic, also I'm allergic to a whole host of medicines,...
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