Is Your PA Child Allergic to Dust Mites?

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 7:12am
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pI have been given permission by Nicole Smith at [url="http://www.allergicchild.com"]www.allergicchild.com[/url] to ask that website's question of the month. It is a site for food allergy sufferers, not strictly PA. What I found really interesting was that it did ask a question and does every month, similar to the ones that we ask here, where we're trying to find some connection with different things and PA./p
pThe good thing about the site, is that it is done in survey form and the results are tabulated and shown when the survey closes.br /
Although I want answers in this thread, it would also be great if you were able to visit that site and actually get your answer in a poll that will be tabulated and some conclusion, of sorts, made./p
pIs your PA child allergic to dust mites?/p
pMine, yes./p
pBest wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]/p
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Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 7:22am
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Hi Cindy,
My son is allergic to 2 different kinds of dust mites. He is a 4+ on the skin prick test for these dust mites.
Also, I went to the site you linked and participated in the poll.
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Stay Safe.
[This message has been edited by Connie (edited January 15, 2001).]

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 7:47am
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Cayley - yes. I will visit the other site and participate also.

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 8:29am
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But, of course - both are.

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 9:02am
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Yes, peanut and several different types of dust.

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 9:59am
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Yes, and molds, and other environmental allergies.

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 11:34am
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Yes, dust mites, peanuts, tree nuts, & shellfish.

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 11:56am
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Yes, peanuts and dustmites. That's all we know of so far.

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 1:29pm
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Wow, thank-you SO much. And so far, all of the answers were YES! Also, thank-you to everyone who does go to the [url="http://www.allergicchild.com"]www.allergicchild.com[/url] site to register their answer there too. I am sure Nicole Smith will really appreciate it and I found it was a wonderful site, especially if you are dealing with more than "just" PA.
Amy Frankel, I thought your answer was particularly cute! I remember, atopic is your family's middle name! LOL!
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 1:59pm
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Of course Logan is, but Lauren has NO environmental allergies (yea!).

Posted on: Mon, 01/15/2001 - 4:45pm
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Yes, we are highly allergic to dust mites too. We have had to make a lot of changes in our house, which has helped minimally, but we are still working on it. I have a book called "101 ways to reduce allergens in your home" I will find out the name of the author if anyone is interested. I ordered it off the web. It has been very helpful in our battle with the mites.
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