Inhaled / Contact Allergy IgE Panel-A1
Allergens Tested 27 –Common Ragweed, Mugwort, English Plantain, Pellitort, House dust mites, Cat dander, Horse dander, Dog dander, Cockroaches, Ficus, Latex, Cladosporium herbarum, Alder, Birch,Hazelnut, Olive, Poplar, Cypress, Bermuda Grass, Bahia Grass, Grass mix,nTimothy grass, Rye, Ambrosia, Artemisia, Platano, Parietaria
How it works!
Initial Appointment – Test includes 15 minutes appointment at our clinic for initial consultation, advice & we then take a finger prick blood sample.
We send the sample/s to certified labs for analysis/reaction of your IgE antibodies against 38 allergens to generate a report. The results in pdf file will be sent to you within 5 to 7 working days by emial or WhatsApp for you to download. After which we include 15 minutes phone discussion about your report.
Optional Nutritional therapist support:
Add a 30-minute session with a qualified Nutritional Therapist to help you understand the report and make changes to your diet. Our panel of Nutritional Therapists have helped 1000’s of client’s plan for adjustments to their lifestyle and get the most from their testing. Sessions are available for only £30 per session.
Important Notes: All tests include 30 minutes appointment at our clinic for initial consultation, advice & taking the blood sample.
Appointments available – Mon to Thurs between 10am and 3 pm. Reports available in PDF file in approximate 10 – 14 working days.
Tests: Food intolerance – all ages. Allergy tests are recommended over 5 years of age.
Kindly advise us of any use of antihistamines as these may may affect your results, please contact our team for further advice.
Blood Sample Collection: Finger pick blood sample required. Sample taken on the day of the appointment by qualified Phlebotomist at our clinic.
Results: The results should not be used to diagnose, treat or cure medical/health conditions. All information in the reports produced is intended to support you health lifestyle.
Medical Advice: Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it, always seek the advice of your doctor or a healthcare practitioner you have a medical condition and/or medical symptoms.