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Don’t know why you struggle with sneezing, congestion, and watery eyes every day? Allergy testing can give you the answers you need.

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Allergen Profile Food Blood Test

The Purpose of a Food Allergy Profile Blood Test In recent years, there’s been a growing awareness of food allergies in a…

Food Allergen Profile (Basic) Blood Test

Also Known as Allergen-Specific IgE in Serum, IgE Test, sIgE Test The Purpose of a Basic Food Allergy Panel Food allergies…

Dairy Allergy Test Panel

Also Known As Milk Allergy Test, Allergen Profile for Milk Purpose of the Dairy Allergy Test A blood test for dairy…

Immunoglobulin E, Total IgE Blood Test

Also Known As CAP, ELISA, IGE Allergy Test, Quantitative IgE, RAST The Purpose of an IgE Test Chronic allergies aren’t just…

Shellfish Allergy Test Panel

Also Known As: Allergen Profile, Food-Shellfish, Quantitative Allergen-specific IgE Test (Shellfish)  Purpose of the Shellfish Allergy Test The shellfish allergy panel…

Allergen Profile – Grain Blood Test

Quantitative Allergen-specific IgE Test that identifies allergic reactions caused by wheat, rice, barley, oat, corn and rye. Recommended For:…

Mold Allergy Test Panel

Also Known As: Allergen Profile Mold  Purpose of the Mold Allergy Test Mold allergy testing helps diagnose allergy of molds,…

Immunoglobulin G, Subclasses (1-4) Blood Test

This test is used to study individuals with recurrent bacterial infections or allergy. However there are limitations to this…

Isocyanates Profile Blood Test

The Purpose of an Isocyanate Blood Test Isocyanates are used to manufacture a variety of materials, including plastics, polyurethane, foams, and…

Allergen Profile – Meat Blood Test

Quantitative Allergen-specific IgE Test that identifies allergic reactions caused by beef, chicken and pork. Recommended For: Those who may…

More than 50 million people in America suffer some sort of allergy. The results can range from irritating (itchy skin, runny nose) to life-threatening (anaphylactic shock). Allergy testing is a critical tool to manage your health and provide much-needed relief. Our Allergen Profiles are an easy way to take proactive control of your well-being and order your own allergy blood tests. Then just visit one of our more than 4,000 affiliated locations nationwide for convenient allergy testing near you.

The Role of Allergy Testing

Dust, food, pollen, insects, medications—there are countless potential allergens all around us. Our allergy blood tests help identify some of the specific triggers of allergic reactions. When you know the source of your allergy, you can take the necessary precautions to avoid exposure, which helps you lead a safer, more vibrant life. Online allergy tests from Personalabs empower and enlighten you, giving you the knowledge and resources you need to take care of your health.

Types of Allergy Blood Tests

We offer a comprehensive line of blood work allergy tests. Food allergy testing can pinpoint a variety of common possible allergens, including milk, grains, shellfish, meat, fruit, nuts, vegetables, and fish. Do you suspect it’s something in the air causing your allergies, such as mold or pet dander? Try one of our environmental allergy tests. We even offer Allergen Profiles for specific environmental allergens in certain states. You choose the tests you want—without having to wait for a doctor’s appointment—and complete the allergy blood test near you at one of our partner labs.

Who Should Get Tested for Allergies?

Our efficient and effective allergy testing allows anyone to find out more about potential allergens. These tests are especially beneficial for people dealing with chronic symptoms that occur on a regular basis. These may include:

  • Itchy nose or eyes
  • Sneezing
  • Skin redness, swelling, rashes, or hives
  • Runny nose
  • Stomach pain or bloating
  • Vomiting or diarrhea
  • Coughing or difficulty breathing

When To Do Allergy Testing

Allergy blood tests should be taken as soon as possible, preferably at the onset of symptoms. Allergies left untreated can worsen, which can have dire consequences for your health. Anaphylaxis is a severe reaction that must be treated quickly to avoid complications that can be life-threatening. Having access to allergy testing near you is important because you get important information you can use to help manage your allergy and prevent those serious complications.

Get Tested for Allergies Near You Today!

Don’t wait to get the help you need. Our simple, streamlined ordering process gives you the tools you need to get at the root of your allergies—the power to optimize your health is in your hands. Act today to get allergen testing near you.

Learn More About Allergy Testing

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Can You Suddenly Develop a Latex Allergy?

Latex allergies can develop suddenly, even if you have previously been tolerant. Read more about how latex can cause allergic reactions.

Blood Test Vs. Skin Test For Allergies: Which One Should You Get?

Allergy testing can be done using either the skin or blood. But how do these allergy tests work–and which one will work best for you? Learn more about blood and skin testing, the benefits of each method, and the common signs of allergies that signal it’s time to get help.

Is There A Blood Test To Detect The What You Are Allergic To

Is There A Blood Test To Detect What You Are Allergic To?

Food, bugs, animals, pollen–there are so many potential allergens out there that it’s hard to know what’s causing your uncomfortable symptoms. Allergy testing gives you the accurate information you need to pinpoint possible allergens to get the symptom relief you need. Find out more about allergy blood tests.

Latex Allergy

What is a Latex Allergy and am I at Risk?

Many everyday objects contain latex, from dishwashing gloves to the elastic on clothing, which makes life with a latex allergy difficult. Allergy blood testing can help determine if you have this condition, especially if you are at risk for a latex allergy. Read more about this type of allergy testing.


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