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Today is the first day of the rest of our lives in a nut-free environment. My 14 month old daughter had her first real taste of peanut butter tonight, and what started with hives quickly morphed into...
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I am Julielynn. I have two kids - a 4 year old and a 1 year old who was just diagnosed with PA after another parent brought peanut butter crackers to daycare. He got a hold of one and, well, I...
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I am new here. I have not been officially diagnosed but I am certain I have developed a peanut allergy as an adult. I LOVE peanut butter but I don't eat it any more because I get more and more...
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I am new to the site and to peanut allergies and allergies in general. My 18 month old had his first taste of peanut butter almost two weeks ago. 45 minutes later he broke out in a rash that looked...
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Hello, I'm new to this forum and I'm not familiar with peanut allergies at all. I'm disappointed that our local book store and library have no books on peanut allergies. I'll be ordering books...
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What do you do? I've done so much research and I still am not comfortable. She is only 2 and I am concerned about the future and school. I think I will have to home school her, but I also don't want...
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Hey! I'm Brandon and I've survived 26 years with a severe peanut allergy. I've had a couple close calls, almost died a few times, but have learned to manage my allergy without sacrificing my quality...
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Hello :) I'm Melinda, and we found out last week that Luke, our almost 16 month old, has what appears to be a severe PA. Last Friday he took 2 small bites of his older brother's peanut butter...
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My husband and son are both allergic to peanuts and anything peanuty. We found out our son was allergic at 6months, he got into a reeses peanut butter cup. My husband has only known about his a few...
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My son recently went through the RAST test and scored 6 on peanuts, anywhere from 1-3 on various tree nuts, 4 on shellfish, and 2 on milk. We knew about the peanut allergy because he had accidental...
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Hi everyone, I'm Jo and my 16 month old son has recently been diagnosed with PA. I found this website while researching American restaurants (I live in Canada) to see if it's possible for us to go...
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We just found out today that our 13 month old has a severe peanut allergy. We had the allergy test done a few weeks ago, but it was unreadable, as my son even reacted to the control. But we suspected...
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Today my daughter (15 months) went to an allergist who confirmed her allergy to peanuts. Just over a month ago I put a small dab of Peanutbutter on her back and within minutes her whole back was red...
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Hi my name is Leigh and my daughter Olivia is 11 and has peanut allergy. I am so worried about her as she is also reacting to other foods that just say 'may contain traces'.
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hey everyone. my name is kristen and im 15 years old. ive been allergic to peanuts since i was tested when i was 6. i went back to get re-tested and my allergist told me i had a 95% chance of...
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We have two kids, a boy, 6 and a girl, 3. Mia was diagnosed with severe PA at one-year, a 5 out of 5. We discovered this after a heart-racing incident at a resturant, wherein she broke-out in hives...
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whats up everybody...i typed nut allergy support group and this was the site i found have only been on it for a few minutes. my name is clark and im 20 yrs old...have been deathly allergic to all...
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I posed in another section, so excuse me for being greedy and taking up this space too, but I am new to this and a little overwhelmed. I had a reaction to medicine made with peanut oil and tried...
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Hello! This is a wonderful site that I have been spending the wee hours on since my son was dx with PA and cashew allergy last week. We did the prick test and he was a "4". After 3 days the rash on...
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Hello - I'm fairly new to this. My 11 month old DS has PA/TNA/EA. I am not sure I'm taking this serious enough. Actually, just not sure what I am to be looking out for as far as ingred. go....

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