Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test Cost
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Allergies are the problem of blood immunoglobulin’s (Ig), mainly IgE is responsible for allergies. They are the protein molecules in our blood, and if they detect any foreign particles in our body, they start the antagonistic reaction with them, and thus we suffer from allergy. when you eat some foods let say you have brinjal allergy(when you eat brinjal you will get allergy) you are not supposed to eat that or if you have a prawn allergy look for home remedies to get rid of that kind of allergies.

The type of outcome of skin allergic symptoms varies. They are:

Irritant contact dermatitis is caused by chemicals
Allergic contact dermatitis, rashes, redness, etc
Skin allergies trigger in contact with pollen, dust, chemicals,
Some common foods which occur allergy in the body are an egg allergy (mainly the white portion), prawn allergy, gluten allergy(wheat protein), lactose allergy(milk), brinjal allergy.

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Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test Details:

Why get an Allergy Test?

Immunoglobulin E (IgE) is a class of antibody (immune protein) associated with allergic reactions. It is normally found in very small amounts in the blood. This test measures the amount of allergen-specific IgE in the blood in order to detect an allergy to a particular substance.

IgE is an antibody that functions as part of the body’s immune system, its defence against “intruders.” When someone with a predisposition to allergies is exposed to a potential allergen such as food, grass, or animal dander for the first time, that person becomes sensitized. The person’s body perceives the potential allergen as a foreign substance and produces a specific IgE antibody that binds to specialized mast cells in the skin, respiratory system, and gastrointestinal tract, as well as to basophils (a type of white blood cell) in the bloodstream. With the next exposure, these attached IgE antibodies recognize the allergen and cause the mast and basophil cells to release histamine and other chemicals, resulting in an allergic reaction that begins at the exposure site.

A total IgE test measures the overall number of IgE antibodies in the blood, while a specific IgE test measures for a response to individual allergens. Each allergen-specific IgE antibody test performed is separate and very specific; for example, it will test honeybee versus bumblebee, egg white versus egg yolk, and giant ragweed versus western ragweed. Groupings of these tests, such as food panels or regional weed, grass, and mould panels, can be done. Alternatively, the healthcare practitioner may pick and choose selectively from a long list of individual allergens suspected of causing a person’s allergies.

While the traditional method for blood testing was the RAST (radioallergosorbent test), it has been largely replaced with newer IgE-specific immunoassay methods. Some healthcare practitioners continue to refer to all IgE allergy blood tests as RAST even though it is not the exact assay that the testing laboratory uses.

When to get an Allergy Test?

One or more allergen-specific IgE antibody tests may be ordered when a person has signs or symptoms that suggest an allergy to one or more substances. Signs and symptoms may include

  • Hives
  • Skin Rashes
  • Skin Swelling
  •  Skin Itching
  •  Skin Burn
  •  Continues Sneezing
  •  Eye Pain
  •  Head ace
  •  Irritation
  •  Red itchy eyes
  • Coughing, nasal congestion, sneezing
  •  Asthma
  •  Itching and tingling in the mouth
  • Throat tightness
  •  Trouble breathing
    A test may also be ordered occasionally to help evaluate the effectiveness of immunotherapy or to determine whether a child has outgrown an allergy.

What does the test result mean?

An elevated allergen-specific IgE result indicates that the person tested likely has an allergy. However, the amount of specific IgE present does not necessarily predict the potential severity of a reaction. A person’s clinical history and additional medically-supervised allergy tests may be necessary to confirm an allergy diagnosis.

Negative results indicate that a person probably does not have a “true allergy,” an IgE-mediated response to the specific allergens tested.

Results of allergy blood testing must be interpreted with care. False negatives and false positives can occur. Even if an IgE test is negative, there is still a small chance that a person does have an allergy. Similarly, if the specific IgE test is positive, a person may or may not ever have an actual physical allergic reaction when exposed to that substance.

In Allergy Test what is being tested?

ALLERGY SCREENING TESTS (BY IMMUNO – EIA )
List of fruits and vegetables eating allergy test

1. ALMOND
2. ARECA NUT
3. BARLEY
4. BRINJAL
5. CARDIMUM
6. CAULIFLOWER
7. CINNAMON
8. COCONUT
9. COTTONSEED
10. CURD
11. DAL MOONG
12. DATES
13. GARLIC
14. GROUNDNUT
15. JAGGERY
16. LADY S FINGER
17. MANGO
18. MSG ( AJINOMOTO )
19. NUTMEG
20. ONION
21. PEAS
22. POTATO
23. SALT
24. SPINACH
25. SUGAR
26. TEA
27. TOOR DAL
28. WALNUT
29. ANISEED
30. BAJARI
31. BAY LEAVES
32. CABBAGE
33. CARROT
34. CHEESE
35. CLOVE
36. COFFEE
37. CUCUMBER
38. DAL CHANA
39. DAL RAJMA
40. EGGS
41. GINGER
42. GUVAVA
43. KATHA.
44. LEMON
45. MELON
46. MUSHROOM
47. OAT
48. ORANGE
49. PINEAPPLE
50. RADISH
51. SESAME
52. SQUASH
53. SUNFLOWER
54. TOBACCO
55. TURMERIC
56. WHEAT
57. APPLE
58. BANANA
59. BLACK PEPPER
60. CAPSICUM
61. CASHEWNUT
62. CHILLY
63. COCOA
64. CORIANDER
65. CUMMIN
66. DAL MASOOR
67. DAL URAD
68. FENUGREEK
69. GRAPES
70. HONEY
71. LACTOGLOBULIN
72. MAIZE
73. MILK
74. MUSTARD
75. OLIVE
76. PAPAYA
77. PISTA
78. RICE
79. SOYABEAN
80. STRAW BERRY
81. TAMARIND
82. TOMATOES
83. VINEGAR
84. YEAST

List of non-veg eating allergy test
1. BEEF
2. FISH
3. PRAWN
4. CHICKEN
5. MUTTON
6. SHRIMP
7. CRAB
8. PORK

List of air pollution and exposure allergy test
1. ACACIA ARABICA
2. AMARANTHUS SPINOSIS
3. ASPERGILLUS Fumigatus
4. AZADIRECHTA INDICA
5. BRASSICA Campestris
6. CANNABIAS SATIVA
7. CAT DANDER
8. CHALK POWDER
9. COCROACHDUST
10. COTTON FIBERS
11. CYNODON DACTYLON
12. DANDELION
13. EUCALYPTUS
14. GOAT DANDERS
15. HONEY BEE
16. HOUSEDUST
17. INSECT
18. JOHNSON GRASS
19. JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS
20. LAWSONIA ENERNIL
21. NEUROSPORA SPP
22. PENICILLIUM SPP
23. RAGWEED
24. RICINUM COMMUNIS
25. SORVHUM VULGARE
26. TEA LEAVES
27. WOOD DUST
28. ADHATODO VASICA
29. ARGEMON MEXICANNA
30. ASPERGILLUS NIGER
31. BAJARI DUST
32. BUFFALO DANDER
33. CARICA PAPAYA
34. CEDRUS DEODARA
35. CHENOPODIUM ALBUM
36. COCUS NUCIFERA
37. COW DANDER
38. CYPERUS ROTUNUS
39. DOG DANDER
40. FEATHER DUST
41. HAY DUST
42. HORSE DANDER
43. HOUSEDUSTMITE
44. IPOMOEA FISTULOSA
45. JOWAR DUST
46. JUTE DUST
47. MOSQUITO
48. PAPER DUST
49. PHOENIX Dactylifera
50. RHIZOPUS NIGRICANS
51. RYE GRASS
52. STRAW DUST
53. TYPHA ANUSTATA
54. XANTHIUM Stermarlum
55. ALTERNARIA TENIUS
56. ARTEMISIA SCOPARIA
57. ASPERGILLUS TAMARIE
58. BERMUDA GRASS
59. CANDIDA ALBICANS
60. CASSIA FISTULA
61. CENHARUS CILLIARIS
62. CLADOSPORIUM HERB
63. COTTON DUST
64. CRICKET
65. DAISY
66. ETHYLENE OXIDE
67. FLOUR MILL DUST
68. HOLOPTELEA INT
69. HOUSE FLY
70. IMPERATA Cylinderica
71. JEERA DUST
72. JULIFLORA
73. KEGELIA PINNATA
74. MUGWART
75. PARTHENIUM
76. PINE
77. RICE DUST
78. SHEEP WOOL
79. SUAEDA FRUCTICOSA
80. WHEAT DUST
81. ZEA MAYS

List of allergies through contact test
1. ALCOHOL
2. HAIR DYE
3. LIME STONE
4. PAINTS
5. POLYESTER
6. SMOKE
7. WOOL MIX
8. SULFER
9. ASH
10. LATEX
11. NICKEL
12. PERFUME
13. POWDER
14. SMOKING(TOBACCO)
15. YARN FIBRE
16. DETERGENT
17. LEATHER
18. NYLONE FIBERS
19. PLASTIC
20. SILK
21. SOAP
22. CAUSTIC SODA
List of allergies through Tablets Syrups & Drugs test
1. AMOXYCILLIN
2. ASPIRIN
3. CIPROFLOXACIN
4. DOXYCYCLIN
5. INSULIN (HUMAN)
6. NIMESULIDE
7. OXACILLIN
8. PERINORM
9. PROCAIN
10. SULPHA
11. THEOPHILLINE
12. XYLOCAIN
13. AMPICILLIN
14. BRUFEN
15. CLOXACILLIN
16. EPINEPHRINE
17. KETOPROFEN
18. NORFLOXACIN
19. PARACETAMOL
20. PHENYLBUTAZONE
21. PYRAZOLONE
22. TETRACYCLINE
23. TINIDAZOLE
24. ARTICAIN
25. CEPHALOSPORIN
26. DICLOFENAC
27. ERYTHROMYCIN
28. METAMIZOL
29. OFLOXACIN
30. PENICILLIN
31. PIROXICAM
32. STREPTOMYCIN
33. TETRAZIN
34. TRIMETHROPRIM

What is Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test ?

Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test is a medical speciality that determines the cause and nature of diseases by examining and testing body tissues (2 Ml Plasma Blood). It is a Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test that screens for serious conditions.

What type of sample are needed to do a Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test?

A 2 Ml Plasma Blood for testing can be obtained from several bodily sources. The cells are the most commonly tested are derived.

Standard Biological Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test Samples: 2 Ml Plasma Blood

How accurate is the Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test?

Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test is generally considered to be the most accurate testing method available. DNA Labs India’s Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test is considered as a benchmark by most doctors. The most precise and accurate Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test in India.

How many days does it take to obtain Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test results?

Results of Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test test are usually available from the laboratory within 1 week to 5 weeks.

For a standard Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test, DNA Labs India returns Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test results in 7 to 10 business days once all samples are received at the lab.

DNA Labs India understands that waiting for Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test results for this potentially life-changing test is stressful, so we provide speedy service without sacrificing accuracy.

Once complete, results are posted immediately to our secure online portal, and you will be notified by email right away.

Can Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test be done during pregnancy?

Prenatal Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test is a sensitive subject because of the ethical and legal issues involved, including the risks of an invasive test. You need to talk with your doctor.

How much does a Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test cost?

A standard Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test cost you 8000/- INR.

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How to Schedule an Appointment for Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test?

You can either book online at the link provided. If you book and make the payment online, home collection service is provided to patients of all Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test free of cost. A standard Food Intolerance Drug Sensitivity Air Pollution Test cost you 8000/- INR.

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