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I Need Advice In A Bad Way Please


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#16 shadowicewolf

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Posted 02 October 2012 - 11:00 AM

Ditto on the benadryl. I always have some on hand becuase of my lovely family history. Another thing to try is if you haven't had a food in the while, put a little of it on your wrist then wait for half an hour or so. The same sort of concept that i've heard parents do to test their infants if they have peanut allergies. If nothing happens, go ahead and try a little bit. Genearlly speaking, the worst part of it will occur within the first half hour or so.

You just reminded me, i ougt to have an epi pen (bees are lovely, as are tomatoes and several antibiotics). But since i haven't had any reactions that have comprimised my airway the chances of getting one are slim and zip (both mother and grandmother have them).
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