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Allergy Blood Testing

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Allergy Blood Test



Allergies are caused by many substances (known as allergens) like insects, food, pollen, dust mites, certain drugs, molds, and even latex.

The immune system easily assumes these substances as threats to the body’s internal function and thereby induce allergic reactions to eliminate the allergens by releasing antibodies in the bloodstream.

Symptoms of Allergies

Allergy symptoms depend on the type of allergen that caused the reaction.

  • Itching
  • Swelling in localized areas
  • Sneezing and wheezing
  • Appearance of rashes
  • Runny nose
  • Anaphylaxis

Why should you get tested?

Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) can be life-threatening. Without knowing the true cause of these allergic reactions deprives you of seeking proper medication.

An allergy blood test can aid in the diagnosis of common allergies and even food allergies in a more convenient way.

Getting tested as soon as symptoms show up will save you from unnecessary discomfort and will allow you to adjust certain aspects of your lifestyle.

Where can you get tested?

You can browse patient service centers by state below or find a location by zip.

Can’t find the test for you? Give us a call at (888) 438-5227. Our friendly customer service representatives will help you find the right tests that you need and answer any questions you have. 

Here at Personalabs you can order blood tests online from the convenience and privacy of your home with just a click of a button. 

We guarantee your peace of mind as we do not share your test results with insurance companies or any outside parties. You are completely in control over who can review your test results.



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