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Posted on: Thu, 03/23/2006 - 10:19pm
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Hi Shelly,
We found out about our youngest dd first, she had a few red spots on her face when she took a tiny bit of my toast with pb on it, she tested positive for pa & tna. Last August we had our oldest tested for grass, dogs, dust and my husband reminded the allergist that she had tested our other dd and she was pa/tna. She decided to test our oldest to rule out pa, turns out she tested positive and it's a more serious allergy than our younger dd. I have never seen any form of reaction in her before this or since and she has eaten lots of food definately contaminated with peanut! I don't really understand....but we live with it.
Rae, that's a pretty wild pattern, good idea to give up! lol
Cheers, Gilli

Posted on: Fri, 03/24/2006 - 1:12am
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I have 4 kids, all of whom have eczema and/or asthma and/or enviro allergies. Only the youngest has food allergies.
Anne

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