My 3-year-old has been vomiting, gagging or spitting up after consumption of peanut-containing products. He’s had licks of peanut butter and small amounts of peanut butter crackers at 1-2 years of age. He’s just recently started vomiting. I’m worried he’s developed a peanut allergy now and have questions. Read the response from an allergist.
We use cast iron daily, and sometimes cook dairy and eggs in them (two of my 13 year old son's allergens.) Washing cast iron with soap and water automatically requires heat-drying and wiping with an oil once cooled. We do this daily; it's not technically "reseasoning;" it's just proper rust prevention. My family has done this since my childhood; I'm 47. I still use one of my father's skillets. Even if a pan totally rusts over, a simple scrubbing in soap and water with steel wool removes the...
Question: If you haven’t eaten a food in a couple of years and then try it again, does that increase your chances of developing an allergy to that food? Is it possible for a first allergic reaction to a food to be anaphylaxis? (Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that can be life-threatening.)
Thanks for the info! Just wondering - in the example of peanut, I’ve been told to continue to give a teaspoonful twice a week (After we cautiously introduced it without any issues).. Is there any info to suggest it would matter if you give less than this, or if the teaspoonful is somewhat spread throughout the day/over a few days? (Babies can be so temperamental with eating!). Would you suggest doing this also with fish and legumes (giving them twice weekly)? (my baby is allergic to eggs,...
That's a great questions ToniMareeC! The main studies have been regarding the introductions of peanuts and there hasn't been a lot of new information released since the 2017 studies. I did find this from the American Academy of Pediatrics: One thing to keep in mind is that all kids are different. It's always best to check in with your child's doctor about food introductions especially since your child has a history of food allergies.
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