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Posted on: Wed, 09/24/2003 - 11:44am
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My son was tested @ the age of 10 months when he had his first anaphylactic reaction to PB. His IgE was 2,130 to peanuts; 800 range for egg; 270 for milk and I forgot what his score was for soybean.
I would be very curious as to what his levels are now. (He is 9 1/2 now).
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Posted on: Wed, 09/24/2003 - 1:30pm
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My PA ds #1 (will be 5 in November) was just RAST tested a couple of weeks ago for peanut only.
We have the same chart that Synthia posted.
His Total IGE was 20. His RAST came back with a 1.73KU/L, 325% Ref, Class 3, High Level.
The allergist told us that he would not require allergy shots.
My NO PA ds #2 (just turned 3 in August) was also RAST tested for peanut only.
His Total IGE was <2. His RAST came back with a <0.35KU/L, 36.5% Ref, Class 0, Absent/Undetectable.
Allergist again told us that he would not require allergy shots.
Our tests were done by Quest Diagnostics Incorporated, Wood Dale, Illinois
Hope this helps. (I still don't understand it.)
[This message has been edited by e-mom (edited September 24, 2003).]

Posted on: Thu, 09/25/2003 - 1:55am
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We just had Meghans RAST done today (yes, shes now part of the family, as if she wasn't already!)
It included milk, soy, egg, wheat, rice and peanut. We'll find ther esults next week. It will NOT surpirse me, when she comes back PA, despite no peanuts in utero et al...
Will post with results nxt wk.
Jason
Caitlin 4-17-00 Allergic to Dairy, Egg, Wheat, Bananas, Grapes, Rye, Sesame, Beef and Avoiding Latex and all Nuts
Sara 2-13-98 NKA (avoiding nuts)
Meghan 2-28-03 dx'ed Reflux - Alimentum feeder, Zantac - 1.5ml 2x/day - awaiting RAST results
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Posted on: Mon, 10/08/2012 - 11:40pm
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Hi-Can someone explain this. We got our results back and are waiting for allergist appointment
total ige is in range 67 and range would be 0-167
but..peanut is 1.89 so that would make dc a class two on the peanut scale. Pediatrician isn't sure as he said usually the total ige is high for it to be a true allergy
Does this still mean my child is allergic to peanuts? I am confused.

Posted on: Tue, 10/09/2012 - 11:04am
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I am a Class 2 and AM ALLERGIC TO PEANUTS!

Posted on: Fri, 01/11/2013 - 10:39am
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Joined: 01/11/2013 - 16:17

My son at 22 months had his first inhalatin reaction to peanut butter at 7 years old he had his first cross contamination and digested a backery good. His bloodwork comes off the charts past level six. He is the most amazing well adjusted 11 year old . We live allitlle differntly like no flying, no baseball games he eats in a classroom wth 3 safe friends and is a full carry epipen holder since 4th grade. We told him the good bad and ugly things tht come wth peanut allergys. Im so proud of he way he handles it . This is such a great place for all of us to share our expieriences!

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