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Allergy Testing In Gurgaon

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Allergy Testing in Gurgaon

Frequently Asked Questions


What is Allergy Testing?

An allergy specialist performs the exam to determine that the body is reactive to any known substance is known as Allergy Testing. The examination can be done in many ways such as blood tests, skin tests, or diet elimination, etc. When the immune system of an individual overreacts to something in the environment such as pollens and molds. This phenomenon of overreaction can lead to:

  1. Watery and itchy eye
  2. Runny nose
  3. Blocked sinuses
  4. sneezing etc.


What are the different types of allergy-causing allergens?

There are primarily 3 types of allergens:

  1. Inhaled allergens 
  2. Ingested allergens 
  3. Contact allergens


Why is Allergy Testing Performed?

  1. The most common type of allergens is the inhaled allergens. The allergic reaction to pollen, seasonal allergies, and hay fever affects the majority of the population. 
  2. The World Allergy Organization estimated that nearly 2,50,000 deaths are caused due to allergic asthma annually. 
  3. By proper allergy care, as asthma is considered an allergic condition, these deaths can be avoided.   
  4. Allergy testing can determine which specific allergen such as pollen, mold, or other substance is responsible for the overreaction of an individual’s body. 
  5. Hence, proper and specific medication or treatment is planned based on the allergen to avoid allergy triggers.


What are the preparations for Allergy Testing?

There aren’t many preparations needed before performing Allergy Testing. The doctor may ask to stop a few medications if an individual is on them such as:

  1. Over the counter or prescription antihistamines
  2. Certain heartburn medicine
  3. Asthma treatment
  4. Benzodiazepine
  5. Triglycerides antidepressants 


However, pleases consult an Allergist and get proper instructions before undergoing any allergy test.


How Is Allergy Testing Performed?

There are mainly 3 methods for Allergy Testing:

  1. Skin test - the three subtypes of skin tests are the scratch test, intradermal test, and patch test
  2. Blood test
  3. Diet elimination


What are the risks of Allergy Testing?

Generally, allergy tests cause itching and redness at the site of the testing, but eventually, it goes back to normal after a few hours to a few days. On rare occasions, the test done for allergy produces immediate and severe consequences that require medical attention as soon as possible. Due to these reasons, Allergy Testing should be performed in a medical office or lab where all the medical facilities are available including epinephrine that is used to treat anaphylaxis shock and save the patient from a life-threatening acute allergic reaction.


What happens after Allergy Testing?

After Allergy Testing is completed, the doctor will determine the allergen and make a treatment plan that can avoid the overreaction caused to the body and their symptoms as well. The doctor can also suggest a few medications to get the symptomatic relief from the allergens.