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Can you have a reaction to peanut butter one time but not have a real peanut allergy?

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Dr. John Overholt answered

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology

Allergic reaction the first time. Peanut allergy tends to be persistent. If you've tolerated peanuts since the initial reaction, it might not have been peanut allergy at all. You need to see an allergist and get tested.

Answered Nov 28, 2017



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