Food Allergy Management Q&A Webinar Thursday 28 May

Food Allergy Management Q&A Webinar Thursday 28 MayDuring Food Allergy Week 2020 we hosted two online sessions in which our CEO Maria Said, and Health Management Educator Jody Aiken answered your questions about food allergy management.

The recording of the Thursday’s lunchtime session is available to watch below. Unfortunately the recording missed the first 10 minutes of this session, however the rest of the session is available.

Questions

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1. Is there any link with FPIES (Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome) and coeliac?

2. From what I understand, Victoria is the only state that has a centralised mandatory anaphylaxis reporting for hospitals. Do you think that this is something we should advocate for in all states and territories?

3. What are the risk factors for developing a food allergy, and how can I minimise these for a second pregnancy/baby?

4. What is the gold standard for diagnosing intolerance and allergy in infants?

5. Is there a high chance of my baby growing out of dairy, egg and peanut allergy?

6. What advice would you give to women with allergies having their first baby, who live remotely, when introducing solids without back up medical care?

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