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Posted on: Fri, 12/27/2002 - 10:06am
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Hi Everyone,
I've been reading your posts for about a month and decided it is time to introduce myself. My 18 month old daughter was recently diagnosed with a peanut allergy. I guess it is a class 4 but I don't really know what that means yet. The allergist basically said it means nothing. Her blood test also came back with just the slightest allergy to egg white and soy, but nobody seems concerned about those. I have had many of the same experiences as it seems most of you have: I'm scared to death, am dealing with many people who don't get it, and am happy to have found this board. Well, I have tons of questions still so I am going to go read some posts and probably ask a couple questions.
Good luck to you all as you deal with this problem every day.
Nicole

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