The testing takes approximately 30 minutes- 15 minutes to administer and 15 minutes to register the results- so you don’t have to wait long to learn the cause of your allergies.More
How long will I have to be on immunotherapy?
The course of immunotherapy varies by individual. The initial course of immunotherapy is one year, but full allergen immunity can take anywhere between two and five years.More
How is the allergy test performed, and is it painful?
The testing is not painful. A tiny comb gently scratches or abrades the skin surface. After the test is performed, it takes about 15 minutes to develop. A positive test will appear as a raised, red bump on the skin, similar to a mosquito bite.More
Who can be tested?
Adults and children over the age of 4 years can be tested for allergies. This is especially helpful for patients who suffer with asthma, allergic pneumonia, conjunctivitis (pink eye), undiagnosed cough, dermatitis (skin irritation), insect...More
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Can I test my baby myself?
No. Your physician must coordinate the entire process. You should not, under any circumstances, attempt to draw and submit the blood sample yourself.More
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Which allergens will be tested for?
You will be tested for the 50 most geographically specific mold and airborne allergens in your area. We will test for products from dust mites, proteins from pet hair and dander, molds, trees, grass and weed pollens. The test does not detect food...More