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Old 08-02-2018, 07:11 AM   #1061
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I posted the below a few months ago, and now I'm aware of several kids who have successfully done this.
We had talked about this a year or so ago. At that time the Dr. explained that she’d have to continue it basically forever, and if she didn’t eat peanuts for a day, they could have a reaction again. But I will definitely look into it again. It seemed like a lot of interesting things were coming along. Once my daughter hit 8, there is <1% chance she’ll naturally grow out of it now.

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Old 08-02-2018, 07:19 AM   #1062
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I so emphathize with you. My Mother and grandpa do not think my sons allergies are real and that he is fine. We had to cut off all contact for other reasons, but im convinced she endangered him due to her ignorance. At age 6 months Our son was diagnosed with peanut, tree nuts, dairy and egg allergies. I was sitting eating shelled peanuts and had him in my lap which almost killed him. We went to an allergist that week and got the bad news. Its so scary to think a tiny dose of any of those could kill him and i would not wish that on anyone. He cant eat most foods while his sisters can eat everything. Hope he grows out of something, but it really has made my wife and i hypersensitive to lables and cross contamination.
That is a lot to be allergic to, I feel for you. How old is your son now? Does he get upset at all when others around him can eat stuff he can't? My youngest so far has not displayed jealousy or anything like that, which I am grateful for.

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Thank you for posting this. This is extremely sad but I will share it as a reminder with my family.
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We had talked about this a year or so ago. At that time the Dr. explained that she’d have to continue it basically forever, and if she didn’t eat peanuts for a day, they could have a reaction again. But I will definitely look into it again. It seemed like a lot of interesting things were coming along. Once my daughter hit 8, there is <1% chance she’ll naturally grow out of it now.
I've got absolutely no idea how it works 'cause I haven't done a lick of research, but couldn't she treat it like a morning or evening pill? Two or three peanuts before bed?
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:14 AM   #1064
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We had talked about this a year or so ago. At that time the Dr. explained that she’d have to continue it basically forever, and if she didn’t eat peanuts for a day, they could have a reaction again. But I will definitely look into it again. It seemed like a lot of interesting things were coming along. Once my daughter hit 8, there is <1% chance she’ll naturally grow out of it now.
I think it's definitely worth at least looking into again. Like you said, it seems like different approaches have emerged. One of my girls is at sleepaway camp, and on visiting day, one of the dads whose daughter is doing that for nut allergies mentioned to me that the camp has 7 or 8 kids doing it and they're all doing a different type of approach (some with a liquid maybe?) that the camp has to oversee. Again, I don't have any personal experience with it and not sure about how long it has to continue for, etc, but it seems to have brought my brother-in-law and sister-in-law peace of mind with my nephew.
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[quote=blumathu;7185250]That is a lot to be allergic to, I feel for you. How old is your son now? Does he get upset at all when others around him can eat stuff he can't? My youngest so far has not displayed jealousy or anything like that, which I am grateful for.


He is 2 now, will be 3 in January. He does get upset sometimes but he is ised to be told he cant have something due to his allergens which sucks. We try and find him alternatives for things his sisters like but its not the same. Its so costly but we have found disney world to be the safest place for him as they literally send a chef out to us for every meal to make him a safe meal that he can eat. We are scared though now because he is going to be going to preschool and we cant be there to be so protective over what he eats or is around.
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Old 08-02-2018, 01:27 PM   #1066
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The food allergies are caused by vaccines, imo. All my future kidos will be unvaccinated and uncircumcised!
Dont be an anti vaccine person as this puts everyone else at risk. I respect your opinion, but i think it could have to do with all the genetically modified foods being unchecked for the last 30-40 years. Then again there is no rhyme or reason because our daughters have no allergies. The allergest basically told us its a random thing and my wife ate the same things during all 3 pregnancies. We both have asthma and i have excema which put thr kids at an increased risk. Our son just was the unlucky one that got excema, food allergies, and an ulcer before he was 18 months. He is a pretty happy kid though which is great, and there are lots of more people out there dealing with even more serious things that i cant even imagine how to cope with.
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Old 08-02-2018, 01:29 PM   #1067
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This stuff scares me so much. My oldest has severe peanut and shell fish allergies. The thought of how easily these things can happen... Even after living with it for so many years, I still forget sometimes to bring her epi pen. I’m a grown ass man, to expect an 8 year old to always be on her game is impossible. And grandparents and friend’s parents who know the deal, will still regularly offer her things with peanuts in them.
This is also me too, like i cant believe i forget his epi pen as often as i do. And i still dont understand how no matter how many times weve told the grandparents they still dont vigilently read lables
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Old 08-02-2018, 02:12 PM   #1068
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Dont be an anti vaccine person as this puts everyone else at risk. I respect your opinion, but I think it could have to do with all the genetically modified foods being unchecked for the last 30-40 years. Then again there is no rhyme or reason because our daughters have no allergies. The allergest basically told us its a random thing and my wife ate the same things during all 3 pregnancies. We both have asthma and i have excema which put thr kids at an increased risk. Our son just was the unlucky one that got excema, food allergies, and an ulcer before he was 18 months. He is a pretty happy kid though which is great, and there are lots of more people out there dealing with even more serious things that i cant even imagine how to cope with.
Yup. They are also starting to think another factor may be our recent obsession with being so germ free. Using ‘anti-bacterial’ soaps/lotions etc. but, it does come down to luck (and not fucking vaccines). Our other daighter can eat peanuts and has no (known) allergies.

My oldest had really bad excema as a baby, which led us to the allergist in the first place. She also has asthma, as those 3 normally go together. She is insanely athletic and competitive, so the astma makes me nervous, as she will run through a wall before admiting she is having trouble breathing. but luckily her astma seems to be mostly seasonal and can be tempered with two puffs of her inhaler every morning.

Not sure how old your son is, but fwiw, my daughter did grow out of her tree nut, egg and dairy allergies. Just not peanuts and shell fish.
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Yup. They are also starting to think another factor may be our recent obsession with being so germ free. Using ‘anti-bacterial’ soaps/lotions etc. but, it does come down to luck (and not fucking vaccines). Our other daighter can eat peanuts and has no (known) allergies.

My oldest had really bad excema as a baby, which led us to the allergist in the first place. She also has asthma, as those 3 normally go together. She is insanely athletic and competitive, so the astma makes me nervous, as she will run through a wall before admiting she is having trouble breathing. but luckily her astma seems to be mostly seasonal and can be tempered with two puffs of her inhaler every morning.

Not sure how old your son is, but fwiw, my daughter did grow out of her tree nut, egg and dairy allergies. Just not peanuts and shell fish.
I will be happy if he grows out of dairy or eggs just oneof those would open more food options. Ive also heard the germ theory as well and can see that point. Ive also read that not using a pacifier from birth has led to less germs entering the body and thus causing the body to find things to attack leafing to increased allergies. My son never took a pascifier but my girls did, and although i thibk its possibly linked, i chaulk it up to randomness.
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My wife’s dad is a deadbeat. He abandoned her family repeatedly, showing back up just long enough to father another child and then slinking away again afterward. He initiated contact with her exactly once after he left for good, and that was to take her to court to dispute paying the portion of her college tuition that he was ordered to pay in lieu of the child support that he never paid when she was a kid. He lost, but still never paid up. Basically he’s a huge piece of shit that left her with nothing but pain and self-worth problems. He died yesterday, and I can’t for the life of me figure out what she needs. She’s obviously effected by it, but she also isn’t processing it like it’s a normal relationship, because it isn’t. I’m trying to just follow her lead, but I also feel like she’s putting up a tough face and is hurting more than she’s letting on. But I know that if I push too hard it’ll really hurt her. God, this really sucks. I hope he burns in hell.
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That's a tough situation to deal with, for sure. Just be there for her, whatever that may be. And fuck that guy. I can't for the life of me figure out how someone can be like that and live with themselves. What a piece of shit.
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That's a tough situation to deal with, for sure. Just be there for her, whatever that may be. And fuck that guy. I can't for the life of me figure out how someone can be like that and live with themselves. What a piece of shit.
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Getting married on Saturday! After 27 months of engagement I'm ready to just get it over with at this point . But overall I'm excited, we have a great group of friends and family coming and it should be a blast. I'll try to remember to drop a pic or two in here afterwards. Hitting Maui for a week and then Napa/SF area for 4 days next week. Can't wait.
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Getting married on Saturday! After 27 months of engagement I'm ready to just get it over with at this point . But overall I'm excited, we have a great group of friends and family coming and it should be a blast. I'll try to remember to drop a pic or two in here afterwards. Hitting Maui for a week and then Napa/SF area for 4 days next week. Can't wait.
Sounds like a blast. Enjoy every minute....they always said 'it'll go by in a flash,' and 'enjoy yourself,' but before you know it, it'll be November and you'll be all "what the hell just happened?"

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Getting married on Saturday! After 27 months of engagement I'm ready to just get it over with at this point . But overall I'm excited, we have a great group of friends and family coming and it should be a blast. I'll try to remember to drop a pic or two in here afterwards. Hitting Maui for a week and then Napa/SF area for 4 days next week. Can't wait.
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And before you know it, it will be 24 years later and you'll be pushing 50 with 4 kids and you'll be all "what the hell just happened?"
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And before you know it, it will be 24 years later and you'll be pushing 50 with 4 kids and you'll be all "what the hell just happened?"
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