Ds2's skin prick test came back hugely positive for peanut, egg yolk, egg white, and was moderate for milk. Just got the RAST blood test results which showed significant peanut allergy. Apparently his #s for milk, egg, oats, wheat, and pecan fall within a "gray area". The allergist said that he may or may not react to those foods. I think the highest #s in this gray area was .4-something.
He mentioned that ds's body seems to be sensitized to almost any food--meaning that to some degree there were antibodies in his blood that showed up in the RAST. He has antibodies but very little. The dr said it's not truly positive, but not truly negative.
What does this mean? Is it leaky gut?? Since antibodies are present, it's an immune reaction instead of a digestive problem, right? I'm trying to figure out if probiotics or enzymes might be helpful (they were very helpful for ds1's food intolerance which was not an allergy).