Old 19th Sep 2018, 21:09
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Nurse2Pilot
 
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Originally Posted by Spencer94 View Post
Unfortunately, yes. They said that even though it is unlikely, they cannot guarantee that there would be no anaphylaxis.
Can you share more of what they told you why the OML is in place? How in the world would you get an anaphylactic reaction in the flight deck from a very mild peanut allergy? Is the flight yoke made of peanut? There is no guarantee you'll not have an anaphylactic attack but by the same vein, there is no guarantee that the fit-and-healthy captain beside you won't have a heart attack. SMH.
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