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Hey everyone, I'm Lindsey from Boston, MA. I'm 19 now but found out I was allergic to peanuts when I was just two years old, when my family and I were at Friendly's and I ate an ice cream that had...
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Hello everyone! My little girl was diagnosed with a peanut allergy ~2 weeks ago. We were eating baked flounder, steamed carrots and PB & J sandwiches for supper when she suddenly started...
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We just found out that my 18 month old son is allergic to all nuts. I was trying to hold off giving him any peanut butter until he turned 2. Well, he got a hold of a piece of candy my 4 year old...
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Hi. My daughter has had increasingly bad eczema the past two months. I had her tested for allergies, and she has a severe PA and egg allergy. She has been continually exposed to them through my...
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Hi my name is Jeannine, this weekend we had a big scare; I gave my 18 month old son peanut butter for the first time and he had an anaphylactic reaction. I did have the Benedryl all ready before I...
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Hi everyone! I've actually been on the site for a little more than a month, but am just now figuring out the "forums". I'm a mother of 2. The oldest is 4, she has asthma, the youngest, he is 2. Gus...
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My name is Lora and I have a one year old daughter. After having severe eczema since she was about six weeks old, and going through a doctor or five, we found out she has allergies to peanut, tree...
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Hi! I'm a Mom to a now 18 year old who has had an anaphylactic reaction to peanuts when she was three. She has been allergy tested several times through her life to discover her allergy gets worse....
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I am new to these boards. Peanut/Treenut allergic. I got them as an adult in 2007.
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Hi - I wanted to introduce myself. I am researching pizza for my 3 yr old peanut and egg allergic daughter. It is tough to keep our kids protected!
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Hi. Thanks for this great resource! Been navigating a limited diet with my babe since month 9 (he's how 17 months). I am still breastfeeding, but he's an eager solids eater as well. He's suffered...
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Hi I am the mother of an 11 yr old son that has an anaphylactic allergy to peanuts and tree-nuts. He had his first and only reaction when he was 5 months old, followed by excema and a diagnosis of...
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Hello, My name is Jennifer. I'm a stay at home mom of three kids. (Philly, PA) My son Shane will be 3yrs old this August. I had a feeling he was allergic to Peanuts, but I wasn't sure. Last year...
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Hello, my name is Tory and I just found out today that my daughter, Taylor (5), has severe peanut allergies. She had eaten peanuts in the shell back in February of this year, and immediately her lips...
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3 year old son diagnosed with PA a week ago. I had always thought it was strange how much he hated peanut butter. Every time I tried giving it to him - so many ways, peanut butter/jam, banana, on...
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Hi I am the mother of an 11 yr old son that has an anaphylactic allergy to peanuts and tree-nuts. He had his first and only reaction when he was 5 months old, followed by excema and a diagnosis of...
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Wow, I first signed into peanutallergy.com nearly 9 years ago. I haven't posted in at least 4 years, although I've occasionally browsed the forums. I will have to check to see if any of the members...
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Hi, I visited this forum/site years ago, but got heavily involved with homeschooling and have only recently come back. I have an "only" son who is 9 years old. We have been fighting peanut/tree nut...
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Hi, We are parents of a newly-diagnosed 21 month old. I am both overwhelmed and sad. Being a teacher, and actually an epi-pen designee for kids in my school, I am aware that life goes on and we will...
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Hello! I'm brand new to this forum, and also new to peanut allergies. My 20 month old son was just diagnosed, and I find myself scared and overwhelmed. I'm looking for other parents opinions, and I'm...

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