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We got the patch test results back Thursday but we were supposed to get them rechecked on Friday when he got his allergy shots. Long story short the office was closed on Friday so we had to wait until yesterday. We called the allergist back and told him that the chicken blistered and the wheat got really, really, REALLY red and stayed that way until Friday afternoon. Basically we need to start avoiding chicken right away and stay away for a month. If we notice him getting better we keep it out permanently. If we notice it gets worse when we add it back in in a month than we keep it out permanently. Regardless of that we will take chicken back out and then take wheat out as well to see if that clears it up 100%. He doesn't want us to take them both out cold turkey because that is at least a part of 90% of the foods that he eats. Adjusting them both out right now would be detrimental to his nutrition. :/ We will be meeting with the nutritionist again soon to keep an eye on his intake and make sure that he still gets enough of all of his necessary "stuff." Protein, sugar, fiber, vitamins, carbs, etc. So yah...adding these two brings our list to 15 foods... My silver lining...It is JUST wheat...not gluten.