Allergy Tests

When our body’s immune system reacts, we get an allergy reaction to an unknown substance. An
allergy specialist diagnosis is better about the cause of allergy. An allergy test includes a blood
test, elimination of some specific diet, and skin test.

Allergy symptoms

Following are the most common symptoms of allergies,

  • Watery eyes
  • Nasal congestion
  • Itchy nose, eyes, throat
  • Coughing and sneezing
  • Runny nose
  • Rashes on skin
  • Skin irritation
  • Vomiting, stomach cramps, and diarrhea
  • Swelling of body parts, throat
  • Trouble in breathing, tightness in the chest, and dizziness


Types Of Allergies:

Following are some types of allergies,

Food Allergy:

Some people get allergy reactions from food that include egg, cow milk, fish, shellfish, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat. 

Animal Allergy:

Cats and dogs dander can cause allergies. Pet hair drops on carpets, beds, and pillows can cause asthma.


Pollens cause seasonal allergies such as hay fever.


Mold spores cause allergy in the nose and throat when inhaled.

Dust Mites:

Dust mites cause an allergic reaction. Stuffed toys, bedding, and furniture are home to dust mites.


Some medicines also can cause allergic reactions.


Latex products such as latex gloves cause skin allergies.

Insect Sting:

Bug bites or bee stings can cause skin irritation and rash.


Cockroach’s feces have protein that causes allergies.

Perfumes And Chemicals: 

Some people get allergic reactions when using perfumes and chemical sprays.

Why is allergy testing necessary?

 A study shows that around 50 million people in the USA get different allergies. Allergy can lead to asthma that causes 250,000 deaths every year in the world. But with proper allergy care can reduce the chances of death. Allergy test diagnoses about which specific type of allergy a patient has, and doctor suggest medication and ask the patient to avoid that particular substance to avoid allergies.

We determine the causes of an allergy and give the best treatments according to the patient’s needs.