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I am going to be 53 this year and about 4 years ago developed this peanut allergy. I am feeling all alone, depressed and hopeless. I decided to check on a support group and found this website. I am...
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Hi everyone my name is Kristen. I was diagnosed with a peanut allergy when I was two years old.. Luckily, I do not remember any different. I have not an allergic reaction to peanuts since my first...
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Hi; I'm Cindy in GA, and I have an 18 month old daughter who seems to be allergic to peanuts and possibly cashews. I'm here to look for info; I'll post my questions in the main forum.
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Hi there! I have three children and my youngest, Jaylen was diagnosed just 2 years ago. We were at a shopping mall and were purchasing some See's Candy (which we all ate often). The clerk handed...
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Can anyone inform me whether or not a fatal (peanut) allergy is covered under the American Disabilities Act??
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I am a mom of a four year old son with a severe peanut allergy. We found out he was allergic when he was two years old, and up until now it has been fairly easy to deal with. However, now that it is...
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Hi; I'm Cindy in GA, and I have an 18 month old daughter who seems to be allergic to peanuts and possibly cashews. I'm here to look for info; I'll post my questions in the main forum.
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Hi Everyone! My name is Samantha and I'm 22 years old and have lived with a peanut allergy my entire life. I have joined this website to hopefully answer any questions of parents or kids regarding...
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Dogs to Alert Owners to Peanuts The Diana Project: This is an experimental project to train dogs to detect peanuts and alert the handler. If you have a dog, you can use your own dog to participate in...
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Hello! I've been reading a few posts here and there and have finally decided to join in the chats. My daughter is 6 1/2 yrs. old and was dx. with a peanut allergy at 18 months. She developed a...
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My 6 year old kindergartner has spent the last 3 years telling us and others he is allergic to peanuts, we have been telling him he just doesn't like them. Well ... after eating a bite size snickers...
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Hello, I can't remember my last sign-on name from years ago!? maybe "imgm"? Last week my son just experienced an anaphylactic reaction about 1PM in a typical college classroom and was treated...
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My soon to be 4 year old girl was just diagnosed with a Peanut Allergy (blood test 6 very High)and although she didn't tell us she was allergic always told us she didn't like peanut butter or peanuts...
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Hello! This is my first post...ever. My son was diagnosed last october w/peanut allergy. A couple of hives from pretzels were the first clue, but I figured he got salt in a scratch or something and...
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Hi everyone! I am a mom to 3 year old twin boys. One who has no food allergies and one who was egg and peanut allergic but has mostly outgrown the egg allergy (yay!). His peanut allergy is slowly...
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I haven't been on here for quite some time. Been dealing with my own health issues. But now we're gearing up for preschool in the fall and thought I'd reconnect with this wonderful PA family! Hope...
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My son's school refused to give him a 504 designation for his severe peanut allergy. We are in the process of responding and would like feedback on the letter we are sending to the school.Sorry it is...
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Hello to all! I have a severe child with peanut allergies! We were referred to Dr.John Bird in Dallas Childrens hospital, specializing in these severe cases..We were hoping to join the clinical trial...
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I have to go in and get some allergy testing done soon to see what (if anything) I am allergic to. Yes, to my knowledge, I am not allergic to anything right now. I have a severe irrational fear that...
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My daughter will be 3 in March, and we found out about her PA when she was 15 months old as she has had a reaction. She is also allergic to tree nuts, dust, and some others. My son is 16 months old...

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