Daughter has Level 4 allergy

Posted on: Mon, 10/03/2005 - 4:57am
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Hello - New to the board. A little background.... My son is 5 and has a level 3 PA. He has never had a reaction we know of, but has been blood tested as a result of severe excema.

My daughter is 15 months old and had a reaction to peanuts at her daycare. Had a blood test done (has excema also, so cant do a skin test) and she has a level 4 allergy. Have not had a follow-up w/ dr. since diagnosis. Does anyone know what this means? What I need to be doing? Please help!

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