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Posted on: Thu, 03/14/2002 - 10:23am
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My oldest daughter Amanda has seasonal allergies and is allergic to cats and dust.
Second daughter Molly is allergic to soy and has seasonal allergies.
Third daughter Hannah is allergic to eggs, milk, cashews (which is in the same family as mangoes, poison oak, sumac and ivy and pistacios). She's allergic to dust mites, too.
Son Max is allergic to peanuts, soy, egg, cats and dogs.
Husband is allergic to Oak, cats and bunnies. I've got seasonal allergies.

Posted on: Thu, 03/14/2002 - 3:14pm
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Husband: seasonal allergies and a whole list of foods such as peanuts, fish and tomato that he refuses to eat no proof of allergy but it would seem a possibility.
Justin: (13) seasonal allergies
Hannah (10) ceclor
Nick (4) anaphylactic to peanuts, milk and eggs also allergic to watermelon, mango and dog saliva.
Me: nothing that I know of.

Posted on: Thu, 03/14/2002 - 11:44pm
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OK, Here's our very short list:
Me: Sulfa Drugs & Neurontin
DH: Pennicillin & Asthma when younger
Jamie: Peanut
We haven't had Jamie tested yet so there may be more. She refuses to eat tomato products.
Lea

Posted on: Fri, 03/21/2003 - 3:39am
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Hello we have still not had the extensive list of food testing done or testing for the adults but here goes...
Me: hayfever in the fall
hubby: cats and spring brings a bad cough that lasts forever
6yo son: PA, Tree, grass, weed, dust, mold, cats and dog
4yo daughter: PA, anaphlatic to cats!! Grass, tree, mold(all), weed mild dairy, soy and fish( allergists thinks it is probably shellfish if he were to sort it out)
15mo son: ?? no testing yet but has had reactions on several occasions to foods.

Posted on: Fri, 03/21/2003 - 4:05am
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Me - peanuts - usually just hives, but sometimes lips and tongue swell
- sesame seeds - anaphylactic
- use to get hives from dogs, and difficulty breathing from cats, but animals don't seem to bother me any more
Son #1 - penicillin (actually mold) and latex - neither has been anaphylactic
Son #2 - penicillin, sulfa based antibiotics, can't take erythromicin. Had lots of ear problems as a child (I think about 7 minor operations tubes in, tubes out, repaired a hole in eardrum, removed tonsils and adenoids) Dr. THINKS ear problems were actually caused by seasonal allergies but he tested negative however the year we had him on an antihistamine was the first year with no surgery. He also broke his nose three times and had a hernia repair. (Poor guy [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img] )
Son #3 - allergy to an insect bite and an insect sting. Not mosquito. We aren't sure what tho. Wasn't anaphylactic but I carry epi-pen just in case.
Grandson - had a bit of a scare with him. He got rashes and diarea (sp?) from milk formula. He was put on soy formula and has now been weaned to milk with no problem. Yea!
Edited to add; Grandson appears to have asthma. DIL has not had him tested, she says he's to young.
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Posted on: Fri, 03/21/2003 - 4:14am
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Sorry about the double post.
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Posted on: Fri, 03/21/2003 - 4:16am
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DD--age soon to be 7--Turkey, Wheat, sesonal allergies, dust mites.Claritian,nazonex daily.
DD2--3 soon to be 4-PA,egg,milk,soy,chocolate,wheat,shellfish,
fish,dustmites,feathers,cats,horses,misc molds,grasses,trees,weeds,asthma triggered by allergies.Allergy to meds Rocephin.zyrtec once a day.
DS--3 soon to be 4 chocolate,dust mites,grasses,slash pines,giant ragweed, dogs,trident gum, add nickle to the list.zyrtec every night,nasonex as needed.
Love this site
Synthia
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Posted on: Fri, 03/21/2003 - 7:02am
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Hi, here's our list:
me-nothing
Dh-nothing
14 yr old son-penicillin
10 yr old son-Tna, Pa, dust, egg, Animal dander (Although we have an allergy free dog).
5 yr old Dd-Tested at 9 months-neg. Questions about that result. Food challange last Sat. and blood work 3-31-03. Keeping fingers crossed.rj

Posted on: Fri, 03/21/2003 - 11:43am
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Hmm missed this the first time around!
me - tree nuts, shellfish, grass, cats, dogs, ragweed, perfumes, mycin family of antibiotics, dust mites. I have severe asthma, eczema, hayfever and oral allergy syndrome. (Forgot to add mould)
daughter - PA only, mild cough variant asthma
son - eggs, TNA, sesame, dogs, cats, severe asthma.
interesting to see the combinations!
take care
deb
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Posted on: Wed, 05/21/2003 - 11:27pm
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Bumping up for....somebody. Can't remember who [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/redface.gif[/img]

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