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My daughter just turned 2 in September. We were finally able to have a blood test ran on her after she turned 2 and her peanut allery result was 3.51 and it said normal should be less than 0.35. They...
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Hi. I am visiting this site because I am getting very frustrated with my son's school. They are very aware of his severe allergy to all nuts, peanuts, sunflower seeds, eggs. I am having trouble with...
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On Monday my five year old daughter was diagnosed with a peanut allergy. She was being tested for seasonal allergies and we learned she is allergic to peanuts. My daughter has always hated peanuts...
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Daughter has peanut and tree nut allergy. Interested in finding MORE store bought safe foods for home and school.
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When first receiving the boots from any store, you must first check to see that the boots are in brand new condition. One can n cheap ugg boots ever be too picky when purchasing UGG boots. Once you...
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"Lin Weiwei students, what are you doing it!" Our dear and beloved that the teacher is a handsome looks and gentle temperament, elegant, slightly neutral dress, entered the community college students...
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Greetings! My name is Julie, I live in Huntsville, AL. I was diagnosed age 1 1/2 (I am almost 40) with PA, blood allergen count 21,000. Diagnosed with esophageal stricture at age 14, they thought...
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As an expectant second-time mom, i read every piece of parenting literature available. When my 5 month old son, who is now 11, first experienced hives after eating his first bit of solid food, a left...
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My son just turned 3 and tested positive with a wheal of 11 for peanuts and also positive for oak trees. He then had the blood test done and that came back negative. My son also has ecsema and I...
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I just wanted to say thank you for the great replies. I am elated to have a discussion board regarding PNA, I was wondering how many of your children's allergy is a class 3 or higher on the blood...
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We have suspected since our daughter was 2 that she had a peanut allergy after eating a peanutbutter cookie and getting a bad stomach ache and having itchy ears. So we have avoided giving her...
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Hi everyone. I'm 23, and my 13 year old sister has an allergy to all nuts, but especially peanuts. She has had for almost 10 years, but it is progressivly getting worse. My family does everything...
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I am new to this forum. I have a 10-year old son who is not only allergic to peanuts but also milk, soy, corn, and beef. He's been allergic to milk and soy since he was about 2, and keeps adding more...
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Hi, I'm Kelly. I was diagnosed with peanut and tree nut allergies last spring. I didn't take it seriously because the only reactions I ever had were itchiness. I avoided peanuts, but I didn't mind...
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Hi, I have an 11 y/o ds with a peanut allergy. He has never had a "severe reaction", just hives on his face...never anaphylaxis. He has never needed to use his epipen. He has had 2 skin test, one...
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I'm joining this online community to reach out to others, share stories and advice. It would be great to hear from other parents across the country who have different parenting styles. I'm embarking...
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Greetings everyone, my name is Francis and I've been living with deadly peanut/nut allergies for 30 years now. I haven't always lived comfortably with it, often became obsessed with them, but lately...
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Hi all! DD4.5 was recently diagnosed with PA and TNA (after a horrible reaction on Memorial Day), so I'm pretty much losing my mind right now trying to figure out things she can and can't eat without...
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Currently reading through the forums and website trying to absorb as much info as I can. My 2 yr old tested positive for multiple food allergies, including peanuts (class IV)and shellfish (class V)...
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Hello all!! My 7 year old son is analphlyactic to peanuts and tree nuts. (I'm allergic to both but mildly allergic. ). We have been dealing with his allergy for 3 years. He is very discouraged over...

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