Your daughter should not be given any egg until she has been tested for egg allergy by a paediatrician, preferably a paediatric allergist.If the test is completely negative you will be able to give her egg. Many children do outgrow egg allergy,but some do not and you need to be very careful about giving her any egg until you are sure that she is no longer allergic. Her allergy to apples is well known. She appears to have the common form of apple allergy that is to green appleas only. This is due to 'salicylate' allergy with the natural salicylate being present in green apples. She will also be allergic to aspirin so should never take Disprin or any other aspirin product.
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