help me understand the component test(peanut)

Started by ajnomom, October 10, 2014, 02:23:57 PM

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My son was tested skin positive at 18m then rast positive.  Fast forward to age 5, we have avoided peanuts, and manufactured in products, tell restaurants when we come in.  He has never had a known reaction.  He was rast tested again peanut came back "off the charts" high, he has a history of environmental allergies so we were nervous of a false positive and had him component tested. We were told his component test came back high and we are to change nothing in terms of avoiding peanuts, but I would like to better understand what the numbers mean.

The component test reads as follows:

Ara h 2   (f423)              60.2 H    <0.10 kU/L
Ara h 1   (f422)              88.8 H             "
Ara h 3   (f424)              0.54 H             "
Ara h 9   (f427)              <0.10              "
Ara  h 8 (f352)               <0.10              "


i forgot to put that the ara h 9 and 8 were under ath category in range the ara h 2, 1 and 3 were under out of range


I need to look at our results to make sense of the numbers you posted. But I can't really do that until tomorrow. But I wanted you to know I saw this and want to respond.
Me: Sesame, shellfish, chamomile, sage
DS: Peanuts


Ack!  Have tried twice to get some links in here as to uKnow peanut component tests . . .

working on right now
Is this where I blame iPhone and cuss like an old fighter pilot's wife?

**(&%@@&%$^%$#^%$#$*&      LOL!!   


Is this where I blame iPhone and cuss like an old fighter pilot's wife?

**(&%@@&%$^%$#^%$#$*&      LOL!!   

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