what would you do?

Posted on: Wed, 06/20/2007 - 1:39am
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dd's skin test came back negative to peanut and positive to soy. her blood test came pack positive to peanut and negative to soy.

we know she is allergic to peanuts (has had a reaction both times she had peanut products.) but would you cut out soy?

we've made the desicion to do so, but i'm just curious to what others think.

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Erin, mama to Sarah (11/29/04) allergic to peanuts and soy, and to Simon (2/26/07) who has no known allergies

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