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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:21 pm 
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Location: Pennsylvania
i'm sorry your daughter is allergic! i'm also new here...but not new to allergies. my son is almost 5 and has had food allergies since 6 months of age.

as for the allergist...if you are not happy with him...then find another! we've been to three ..and we (my husband and i) liked the third one so we stuck with him. the first two just seemed cluelss to me, and i can't have that!

regardless of how sensitive she is...i'd avoid all contact with these foods...watch for cross contamination (when the allergic food touches the safe food) this is why we never go out to eat...too much risk

hang in there...it does get easier..and you do learn to manage...make sure you tell whoever comes in contact with her (grandparents, friends, etc) what she's allergic too and how serious it could be...always keep benadryl with you and ask for epi pens when you see the allergist

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Beth - mom to Drew (2-12-05) allergies: milk, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, peas, greenbeans, strawberries, seasonal
Brady (2-20-08) no allergies
Baby girl due 3-26-10


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