I have found it very difficult to get a translation for an allergy card to take with us to Singapore for our daughter who has a nut and gluten allergy. Mainly because I couldn't find a term for 'nuts' (all kinds) as it translated as 'beans' or figure out which language to write it in.
Hopefully someone may be able to help.
I will put the English version of what I want to say here and hopefully someone can help translate it for me to use in Singapore.
My daughter is allergic to all types of nuts and gluten / wheat.
If she eats foods that contain nuts, nut oil, nut butters or wheat, my daughter will die.
If my child eat any kind of nuts or any foods that have been cooked with nuts or touched nuts, including food preparation surfaces and utensils, she must have immediate medical help because she will die.
If she eats any food containing gluten / wheat she will be very sick.
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