Don’t know either you have or have not an allergy? Allergy self-test at home is the safest, accurate, and fastest way to find out whether you have an allergy or no.
You should use it in case of such symptoms as:
- redness on the skin
- repetitive sneezing
- and edema
Individuals with allergic sensitivity to various substances such as pollens, animal hairs or feathers, or some foods, have abnormally high levels of IgE (immunoglobulin E) antibodies. That sensitivity can be developed in different moments of life but can affect children, adolescents, and adults. The main allergy symptoms are redness on the skin, rash, lacrimation, repetitive sneezing, and edema. Those symptoms can be mixed up with usual signs of viral and bacterial infections such as flu, cold, and bacterial sore throat. That is why it is important to check if the IgE level is abnormally high in those cases or in subjects having a family history of allergy. Through determining an immunoglobulin E level higher than the average, the doctor can direct to a more specific search for substances causing allergic manifestations and can define a therapy adapted to the patient. With Allergia Test, you can assess IgE levels in the blood and detect any allergy sensitivity.
Allergy test contains:
- 1 sealed aluminum pouch containing 1 plastic pipette, 1 test device
- 1 sterile lancet for blood sampling
- 1 instructions leaflet
- 1 dropper bottle of diluent
- 1 alcohol swab