Allergy Test – Inhalants


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Allergy Test – Food and Inhalants

Immunoglobulin E (IgE) allergies cause immune system reactions ranging

from a runny nose to life-threatening anaphylaxis. IgE is one of several antibody types and is normally present in very small amounts. Human responses to both food and inhalant antigens vary widely but increase with production of specific IgE. The severity of allergic response is due to
a combination of genetic background and extent of exposure to allergens. Exposure to microbes, various foods, and the surrounding environment may all provoke IgE allergies.

IgE tests measures levels of the IgE antibodies. What is recognized as an allergic reaction is the IgE binding to specific receptors of mast cells and other white blood cells.

High levels of IgE antibodies mean
that the patient is likely to experience physiological effects from ingesting foods or inhaling environmental allergens to which they are sensitive. Not all physiological effects are as dramatic as the sudden onset of a headache or a rash.

Trusted Labs offers both basic and advanced panels for specific IgE antibodies to a wide range of allergens.

Profile details
Total IgE with individual IgE allergens for:

Birch Pollen
Cat Dander

Common Ragweed
Derma farinae
Dog Dander
House Dust Mite
Horse Dander
Timothy Grass

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