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Old 08-29-2005, 10:39 AM   #29
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Man, Dude!!!!! Good grief!! Susan had something similar a few years back. For some reason she suddenly developed an alergy to "tree foods". Pecans, walnuts, cinnamon, etc. SHe had a reaction like yours, minus the "shocky symptoms". Luckily, I got her to the hospital before anyhting really bad happened. Now she can eat those foods in moderation. Just one of those things, I suppose.

You take care of yourself. We have business to do in the future!



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Old 08-29-2005, 11:56 AM   #30
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I too am glad to hear you are the above I recommend the epi pen. Cheap insurance.

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Old 08-31-2005, 09:15 PM   #31
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glad you're feeling better!

Oh, Richard! Just found this thread now. Glad things turned out okay in the end- thank god for your wife! Gotta go along with the general epipen and benedryl advice - it's definately cheap insurance. I keep bees but won't mess with the hive without my suit, veil, and smoker. The aforementioned has also come in handy when I am eliminating wasp nests with Raid too! Stay well - Tuesdays nights and Ebay would be boring without you! Diane
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Old 08-31-2005, 10:18 PM   #32
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Glad you are better

An Epi-pen is best and Benedril liquid is faster acting than the tablets. If you don't have access to an epi-pen you can use an asthma inhaler like Primatine for some quick relief - or even coffee can help relieve the breathing problems.

It's still best to go to the hospital because of high blood pressure as a side effect of epinephrin, the active ingredient in the inhaler or epi-pen. Low blood oxygenation is a serious consequence of breathing difficulties.

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