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November 4th 6pm St Thomas - workshop for parents of allergic/excema children

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babybarrister Sat 03-Oct-09 18:25:28

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bellabeauts Sun 04-Oct-09 22:11:02

thanks for highlighting this think I will give it a go as very new to allergies and need all the help i can get smile.

chegirl Mon 05-Oct-09 20:33:37

The eczema group looks very interesting. I am not sure I can arrange babysitting at this short notice. Do they do these often?

I thought they would be expensive but even I can run to £15.00 smile

SweetTalkinZombie Tue 13-Oct-09 15:42:46

Thanks so much for this link - I have just booked my ticket!

babybarrister Wed 21-Oct-09 14:33:33

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Cokie Fri 23-Oct-09 15:01:05

I am going too!

Turniphead1 Wed 04-Nov-09 23:28:19

I was there! I thought it was excellent although Dr du Toit was a little chaotic in his presentation. Did learn some stuff though (and thought I "knew" it all grin) For example I had always been told (by Gideon Lack no less) that they can't allergy test properly before a year old, but that has now changed.

babybarrister Thu 05-Nov-09 07:44:49

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Turniphead1 Thu 05-Nov-09 17:29:02

ahhh - that makes sense. I did see your post re; hvs and GPS below and thought, oh that's like the (very good!) question asked at the Allergy Workshop.

Yes, it was good. Snacks would have been very welcome but I guess they need to keep costs to a minimum.

TheInvisibleHand Sat 07-Nov-09 21:56:28

turnip - got caught at work and didn't make it in the end, but sounds like it was really interesting. My DD was one of those diagnosed at under a year - Dr Du Toit saw her at 6 months old, she wasn't even really weaned...Seemed a bit mad at the time, but in some ways I'm sure made things easier, as we never really had to change her diet.

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