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Main Discussion Board / Re: Allerject 2021
« Last post by SilverLining on Today at 09:57:01 AM »
Call around to other pharmacies and see if anyone has any, then ask what expiry date is.

I got the Rx for Allerject transferred from one pharmacy to another.
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Main Discussion Board / Re: New, More Reliable Blood Test for PA
« Last post by spacecanada on Yesterday at 08:05:19 PM »
This is so exciting! Food challenges, especially on young children, are terrifying... so why not remove most of the fear.

I haven't heard much about component testing lately, either. I wonder if it is still widely used or has fizzled out a bit.
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Allerject 2021
« Last post by Ciel on Yesterday at 07:19:40 PM »
Wow, never even heard of that one before. Thanks!
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Allerject 2021
« Last post by spacecanada on Yesterday at 02:44:34 PM »
Emerade is now available in Canada, too. Your pharmacy can probably call your doctor to revise a prescription so you don’t have to go back.
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Allerject 2021
« Last post by Ciel on Yesterday at 02:08:21 PM »
I went to order a new EpiPen on Wednesday. They’re on backorder. Suggest I ask for Allerject instead.

I need to get a prescription from my doctor for Allerject, so I do that the next day. I also get refills for EpiPen to keep on file while I’m there. Ditto for Ventolin and Symbicort (she charges for renewals via fax). I went in for a B12 shot and this was my first in person visit in over a year so I was strategic about it.

I returned to the pharmacy yesterday and asked to fill my script for Allerject. They are now also on backorder.

Okay. Now what do I do? I’m okay with what I have, but still. One EpiPen expired in May and the other has an expiry date of July. I also have about 8 older ones hanging around that I can look through for backups. I’m almost certain they are all still clear.
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It sounds cool but I need to see a sketch or something. I don’t get how it attaches to the phone case. I’m picturing either something tiny like an SD card or a microchip, or something big like the current allerject devices. Neither seem right. Too tiny is unrealistic because the epinephrine and needle has to go somewhere, even if I ignore the practicality of the autoinjector mechanism. Too bulky would make a phone case unwieldy and the whole concept would lose its discretion. Or is the case itself an autoinjector? It said attaches to, so no, not to mention that is one of the worst ideas ever. Or do they mean “syncs with” when they say “attaches to” and it’s a language translation thing and I’m sitting here contorting my brain unnecessarily? …. they’re from Detroit, so.. no….?  :insane:   “Case that houses an autoinjector”
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Food Allergy Recalls / 06 08 2021: Tulkoff Kimchi Aioli (US)
« Last post by GingerPye on June 09, 2021, 01:51:24 PM »
Summary
Company Announcement Date:
June 08, 2021
FDA Publish Date:
June 08, 2021
Product Type:
Food & Beverages
Allergens
Reason for Announcement:
Undeclared Soy and Wheat Allergens
Company Name:
Tulkoff Food Products Inc.
Brand Name:
Tulkoff
Product Description:
Kimchi Aioli
Company Announcement
Tulkoff Food Products Inc. of Baltimore Maryland is recalling Kimchi Aioli 18 fl. oz. squeeze bottles with lot code 09.18.2021M for the presence of undeclared wheat and soy allergens.

People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to wheat or soy run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Tulkoff Kimchi Aioli was distributed on the East coast through US Foods, Pastores, and Restaurant Depot during the dates of March 22, 2021, and June 6th, 2021. Affected states are Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Virginia.

No illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported as of 6/8/2021.

The affected product is in a clear plastic squeeze 18 fl. oz. bottle. The front label will say Kimchi Aioli, while the back label will say Jalapeno Aioli. The Best if used by Date 09.18.2021M will be printed on the back of the bottle.

The recall was initiated after Tulkoff discovered that the incorrect back label had been affixed to the product. This error was confined to one specific product, and one specific lot. One hundred and forty (140) cases of the product were made. No other products manufactured by Tulkoff Food Products, Inc. are at risk.

Customers who have purchased Tulkoff Kimchi Aioli 18 fl oz lot 09.18.2021M are urged to destroy the product and or return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact Tulkoff Food Products Inc, customer service at 1-800-638-7343, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00am (EST) and 5:00pm (EST).

The Kimchi Aioli can be identified as follows:

Package Size

Package Label

Product Detail

Lot # on Pkg.

18 fl. oz. Clear plastic squeeze bottle   Tulkoff   Kimchi Aioli 18 oz   Best if Used By
09.18.2021M
 

Company Contact Information
Consumers:
Tulkoff Food Products Inc. Customer Service
 1-800-638-7343
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Teens and Food Allergies / Re: Deodorant
« Last post by Alliedhealth on June 05, 2021, 11:26:58 PM »
Thank you! I will check into those
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That is very cool!
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