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Hello, folks. I have a question to ask. My child has been diagnosed with peanut allergy. We are trying to avoid this from his diet. However, I am interested in knowing what the chance is to develop tree nut allergy. What do you think? I would appreciate all your replies. Bye!

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Hi, there. Peanut is a legume. Tree nuts are: almonds, cashews, walnuts and pecans. Nevertheless, some children are allergic to both peanut and tree nut. There is 30 to 60% of chance for a kid with peanut allergy to develop tree nut allergy. That is why you should be careful with your kid. This is especially valid if he had severe symptoms like anaphylactic shock is. You can consult a doctor about this. I hope I’ve helped a little. Bye!
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