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Max Allergy Screening Profile

Includes 4 tests
Allergy Screen-PhadiaTop/Inf
CBC (Complete Blood Count)
+2 More
₹ 1600



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Allergy Screen-PhadiaTop/Inf CBC (Complete Blood Count) IgE (Immunoglobulin-E) Absolute Eosinophil Count

Description - Allergy tests may help find allergies to things you eat, touch, or breathe in. They are usually skin or blood tests.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

An allergy screening test is a test that is used to determine whether or not a person has an allergy. There are many different types of allergies, and each type of allergy can be tested for with a different type of allergy screening test.

An allergy screening test is used to diagnose an allergy to a specific substance. The test is usually done by skin prick testing or blood testing.

If you think you might have allergies, you should take an allergy screening test. Allergy tests can be performed by a qualified allergist or immunologist.

An allergy screening test can help determine if you are allergic to certain substances, such as pollen, dust mites, animal dander, or food. Allergy testing can also help pinpoint the cause of your symptoms and rule out other conditions.

There are a few different ways that you can lower your allergy screening test results.

  • The first way is to make sure that you are not eating or drinking anything for at least two hours before the test. This includes water, as even a small amount of liquid can interfere with the results.
  • You should also avoid wearing any perfume, cologne, or other scented products, as these can also affect the results.
  • Finally, try to relax and breathe deeply during the test, as anxiousness can also lead to higher results.

Yes, allergy screening tests are safe.

Before having an allergy screening test, your doctor will likely ask you to stop taking any medications that could interfere with the results.

These may include antihistamines, steroids, and certain asthma medications. You should also avoid using topical creams or ointments on the areas to be tested.

No, fasting is not required for the allergy screening test. You can eat and drink as normal before the test.

Yes, home sample collection is available for Allergy Screening Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

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