allergy to polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol, ethylene & butylene glycols


The Handbook for Living Well With a Glycol Allergy

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If you have an allergy to polyethylene glycol (PEG), or propylene glycol (PG), you are not crazy, and you are not alone! With the right tools and information, you CAN manage life with a glycol allergy!

The Handbook for Living Well with a Glycol Allergy can help you:


        • Avoid hives, dermatitis, or anaphylaxis from your hidden allergens
        • Find glycols in any prescription medication and most over-the-counter medications as well [NOTE: They’re rarely on the label!]
        • Understand why product recommendations from other people can be dangerous

The Handbook for Living Well with a Glycol Allergy includes links to peer-reviewed* studies that prove glycol allergies exist and provide information doctors need to understand your situation. With tested customizable scripts for working with pharmacists, doctors, nurses and friends, this book can save you time, lessen your stress, and give you ideas for making these essential relationships work, even when you’re super stressed. Although geared for people with glycol allergies, the information in this book can help anyone with an allergy to a hidden ingredient.

Peer-reviewed: *recognized by medical professionals as legitimate

You’ll learn:

        • Why one pharmacy is not enough
        • How to find the NDC number on any medication and know what it means [<—This is a life saver]
        • Marketing tricks manufacturers use to hide glycols


        • How to survive major surgery with an allergy to glycols (or any hidden allergy)
        • How to find allies who can help you get the info you need
        • How to create your ‘safe meds’ list
        • Sample ‘safe meds’ list
        • How to work with the hospital pharmacy
        • How to introduce your list to your surgery team
        • The importance of letters – and chocolate

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