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    DD is allergic to eggs. We avoid may contain, made on equipment.
    I wish people took allergies more seriously. It does my head in that people are so blasé about something that can kill my child.

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    Dd6 is not anaphylactic but allergic to dairy and intolerant of a few other things. We don't worry about traces because she needs to eat more than a trace to have a reaction. Even with dairy she needs to consume a certain amount before she gets sick. It's such an individual thing.

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    I'm allergic to eggs (not anaphylactic) and I have eaten products that say 'may contain traces' without having a reaction. I assume if there is a trace amount it's far too minute to get a reaction out of me, and I'm pretty sensitive.

    However, if my DS had a severe allergy I wouldn't take the risk with 'may contain traces' items. I'm an adult and I know how to manage my reactions if I have one, but when it comes to my child I would rather not risk it.
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