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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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Hi my name is Katie and my 14 month old almost died over the weekend after her first Peanut Butter. Looking for support and education. Thanks Katie
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Im new to the group, but have been dealing with my son's PA for over 4 years now. Im pretty educated on the subject, just starting to feel alone (I don't personally know anyone dealing with this)....
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New here and I support many of you and your rights as parents. I am not big on much of what our modern medical industrys pedals as sound science becuase it simply isn't. Nice to meet ya !
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Hello This is my first posting. I am a newly diagnosed PA/TNA individual. I am having a really hard time finding safe shampoos, soaps, makeup, etc. Is there anyone out there who knows of safe...
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Hello my name is Deanne, my daughter who is the light of my life, her name is Mya, recently saw an allergist who did the skin test and tested level 4 for peanuts, also for cats, and level 2 for...
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Hi, Everyone. I was a member of the original pa.com but left when the board was overhauled. I've been following along on the "outside" and, faced with a new challenge, decided to jump back aboard...
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Hi! I am Sheryl. I am a licensed daycare provider with 3 children- Aidan (7), Nathan (5) and Valere (3). My 5 yr old was diagnosed with a peanut allergy at 11mos. It was incredibly scary the first...
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Hello, My son just got diagnosed yesterday. He is 15 months old. I am glad to have found this forum. I am sure I will be lurking with questions, this will all be a learning experience for me since...
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I've been staying away from nuts of all kinds, and things processed in a facility with nuts, for over 6 months now. I've actually lost track of how long it's been. I ate peanut butter and nuts...
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Hello been here for a while but don't think I ever officially said hello! My daughter is just about 3 and we discovered her severe peanut allergy at about age 2. And my husband just skin-tested 4+...
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Hello all, My husband & I discovered yesterday that our 13 month old son has a peanut allergy. Our pediatrician said to try peanut butter after a year since there's no family history of...
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hi, we were just told to today that our daughter has a peanut allergy, though we did not have a skin test nor a blood test done to confirm. we were given the epi pen jr prescription and told to come...
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Hi. I've spent the last week reading through many of the forums. We have a 7 year old 2nd grade son and 4 year old preschooler daughter, both PA. Here's our background: When she was 2, our daughter...

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