Blood Tests

What is it?

Allergies are overreactions by the immune system to stimulants typically harmless to most people. When this reaction occurs, the body produces antibodies that can be detected in blood. Because of this, testing someone’s blood can determine whether or not they have a specific allergy.

Here are a few types of allergies that can be discovered through this type of a test.

  •  Mold
  •  Dust mites
  •  Foods (shellfish, eggs, peanuts, milk)
  •  Animal dander
  •  Pollen
  •  Medication
  •  Latex
  •  Insect venom (bees and wasps)

What is the purpose of blood testing for allergies?

The blood allergy test is administered to check for allergens that cause specific allergies. It can also be performed to check the effectiveness of allergy treatments or to determine if an allergy has been outgrown.


We’d love to meet with you to address your allergy concerns.



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