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Posted on: Mon, 12/31/2001 - 8:51am
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Let's try this again. In our family:
Husband - tree nuts, fruits, and grass
Daughter #1 - nothing that we are aware of,
does have Russell-Silver
Syndrome (growth disorder and
takes daily injections of
growth hormones)
Daughter #2 - Peanuts, eggs, soy, dust mites
cats, dogs, asthma, eczema and
Russell-Silver Syndrome (daily
injections also like big Sis)
Myself - strawberries and Keflex

Posted on: Mon, 12/31/2001 - 8:51am
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Me - penicillin, declomycin
DH - environmentals
#1 son - PA/TNA, penicillin, some environmentals
#2 son - none yet
I also feel we are very blessed to have this short list.
[This message has been edited by Lam (edited January 01, 2002).]

Posted on: Mon, 12/31/2001 - 8:23pm
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Hi there
ME beesting,cats,mould,dustmite,pollens/grasses
HUSBAND
Grasses/Pollens
DAUGHTER (3yo)
Peanut,assorted treenuts,dust mites,grasses,cats,?
DAUGHTER (1yo)
problems with several legumes incl peas and beans (not peanuts though) vanilla, tomato?

Posted on: Tue, 01/01/2002 - 3:09am
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Hubby > grass, hay fever
me > grass, hay fever, cats/dogs/any furry animal, anchovies, iodine, penicillin
son > peanuts, eggs, possibly chickpeas, hay fever, any furry animal, dust
daughter > milk so far. too young to be tested

Posted on: Tue, 01/01/2002 - 9:12am
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I forgot asthma. Asthma with Jesse (PA) and now what is called Reactive Airway Disease (really asthma?) with Ember.
As DH and I age we're finding that we're getting bronchial with each virus that we get, something that both of us did as children.
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Tue, 01/01/2002 - 1:11pm
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Hello and Happy New Year to ALL!
I myself am allergic to cats, dogs,(dander, birds and feathers. Dust and dust mites. I also have asthma. I am allergic to penicillin and asprin.
#1 Son - amoxicillin. He gets dry patches. He has cronic ear infections and has had tubes twice.
#2 Son - Peanuts, garlic, oats, rice, white potato, beef, chicken, lamb, and Grass mix. He tested negative to strawberries and oranges but breaks out every time he even touches them. He also has touch allergies. He breaks out from the touch of watermelon and raw eggs.
Medicines are Amoxicillin, zithromax, augmenton and dimetapp. He has pre-asthma (our dr's call it that). He had is tonsils and adnoids out already and has had tubes in his ears 3 different times.
#3 Son. amoxicillin. He has a touch of pre-ashtma and also a touch of eczema. He also has had tubes in his ears.
The ex is not allergic to anything.
In my family my mother, grandmother and great-grandfather all have or had food allergies. My grandmother who is now 81 was allergic to peanuts and all other nuts but she outgrew all of her allergies and eats peanuts today.
Best wishes to all,
Renee

Posted on: Tue, 01/01/2002 - 1:30pm
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Okay, are you sure you really want ours?? LOL
Me - egg, milk (only bothers me in large quantities), tomatoes, bananas, avocado, hazelnuts (anaphylactic), peanuts (anaphylactic), shellfish, cats, dogs, fungus, grass, trees, dust, weeds, penecillin. Asthma.
DH - avocados, bananas, asprin, ibuprofin (sp?), grass, trees. Asthma.
Logan - peanuts, tree nuts, oysters, mustard, egg, clam, corn, milk, white potato, soy, coconut, carrot, catfish, yeast, nutmeg, buckwheat. (Because of cross reactivity we avoid all fish, shellfish, and legumes.) Most enviros, cat, dog and Duricef (antibiotic). He also has a growth disorder and takes daily growth hormone injections. Asthma.
Lauren - peanuts and shellfish. She tested neg. for all her enviros but she has seasonal problems so will be re-testing her now that she's 3. Has occasional trouble with wheezing but only when sick.
Rebekah

Posted on: Thu, 01/03/2002 - 2:05pm
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me -
minor=pennicillin, grass, mold, dust,
plums, peaches (skin only)
hubby -
none
#1 son -
none
#2 son - (twin)
severe= Peanuts,Apples,Peaches
minor=hazelnut,pear,cherries,carrots,
and strawberries
(asthma)
#1 daughter - (twin)
minor skin rash to strawberries, pineapple, chocolate
(but absolutely loves Peanut butter!) She was born with Pulmonary Valve Stenosis (form of heart murmur-no need for
treatment yet.)
Interestingly:
Paternal Great Grandpa - strawberries
Paternal Grandma - several medications
Maternal Grandpa - aspirin
(no problem til 40 years old!)
Maternal Sister - Milk, misc environmental
[This message has been edited by Ann S (edited January 04, 2002).]

Posted on: Thu, 01/03/2002 - 3:56pm
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DH - Some medications.
Me - Penicillian, (sp?) Logan berries, cats, many tree and grass pollens.
Son #1 PA, walnuts, brazil nuts, hazelnuts, cats, grass, trees,
Son #2 cats, and don't know what else.

Posted on: Thu, 01/03/2002 - 7:04pm
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Ok. Here's ours...
Me-- dust, mold, cats, unknown floaties in the air, prob milk (though not severe, and only if I hae a fair amount of it), and maybe dogs. I also have asthma, and break out in hives in warm/hot water.
Dh-- a ton of floaties in the air. He knows some of them, but I never can remember them. lol
Meagan-- milk, eggs, strawberries, red dye, and some unknown floaties. Just got the official dx of asthma last month, but it's only mild so far.
Matt-- peanuts (anaphylactic), brazil nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, almonds, coconut (severe to oil, never tried it whole and not about to), carrots, peaches, watermelon, Amoxicillin, band-aid adhesive, something in his original MedicAlert bracelet (prob. nickel), some unknown floaties, and prob. dogs. He also just got the official dx of asthma last month. His is still just 'mild' too, though more severe than his sister's. He breaks out in hives in warm/hot water, too. And has even broken out in hives in cool water twice. He is also seeing an endocrinologist for growth delay. No dx (other than 'growth delay') yet, though.
I think that's it. LOL

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