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Posted on: Tue, 09/02/2003 - 9:26pm
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Hello Everyone,

What a valuable site this is [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/cool.gif[/img]

My wife and I have a 3.5 year old daughter (Chloe) with a severe peanut allergy. We had her tested after a Thai food reaction and she is a 5 out of 6. This was a blood test and I don't know if it was a RAST. She also has asthma which I understand a lot of PA's have.

My wife is supervigilant about supervising Chloe's food intake. I am so thankfull for that.

We both have some anxieties about this but my wife has much more. I want to ask some questions about how this affects your lives in certain ways but I think that should be posted on the main discussion board.

I also think it is important to support a network like this. My wife will be calling today to join.

I will always try to sign my name so that you know if it's me or my wife posting. If the spelling is good, it's her...

Best Regards,

Matt

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