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June 27, 2012



Oh poor thing. I hope you are doing better.


Oh no! I carry an EpiPen for shellfish allergy. Those hives are just well as the passing out.


glad you are okay-good to know about the itching.


Wow, how frightening! I am so glad you are okay and this is an important message for everyone.


omg! i'm glad you are okay. how scary! i carry an epipen in my purse for bryan and his bee sting allergy.

Robin Holsonback

Beth - How awful that happened to you - I'm so glad you are okay and now aware of this allergy. Thanks for the information - hope to see you soon.


Goodness! So glad that you are OK!


Thanks for this message. I'm supposed to carry an epipen for bee stings but choked on the $125 it's going to cost... Funny, if it were for my daughters I'd do it in a second. I'm glad you're okay, what a horrible experience.


Oh dear! So happy things turned out ok. Sounds as though it was a scary experience.


Beth, what a horrible experience but I'm so glad you are okay. You are very right about allergies...they do change as you change. As for the Epipen, you are too right that you should always carry one but more importantly make sure you refill your prescription when you pen has expired.


glad you're better! thanks for sharing this - looks from the comments like it was a much-needed PSA!


Thank you for sharing all this information, Beth. I'm so glad you are ok. As well as carrying an EpiPen, it's also very important that loved ones and friends know how to, when to (and are not afraid to) use it!


How scary, Beth! I am glad you are okay! Thank you for sharing that very helpful information.

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