Wednesday, July 13, 2011

How to Use an EpiPen

Beautiful Daughter has had 2 more reactions to food. We were able to get her into see the Dr. The Dr feels that it may be an allergy to Soy or Sulphites. Basically, it means that BD can't eat anything that is packaged. She is 99 pounds (5 feet 8), so not being able to eat so many things is a challenge. We are learning and finding things that she can eat. The past 4 days have been good and reaction free.

BD now has a puffer (would help if it was an allergy to Sulphites, as it flares up asthma), Benadril and an EpiPen with her at all times. This week she is volunteering at a music camp in the mornings. She brings her own snacks with her and is very careful what she puts in her mouth.

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