Ellie Egar, came to Pall Mall wanting to address her intermittent struggles with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) through a comprehensive allergy food blood test.
Pall Mall offers a simple and efficient blood testing process to identify food triggers like milk, eggs, nuts, and gluten. Expert support and advice are provided based on test results. No NHS referral is needed. Symptoms such as bloating, gas, stomach cramps, diarrhoea, constipation, or skin conditions like eczema could indicate food intolerance, which, if left unaddressed, may lead to debilitating conditions like IBS, inflammatory bowel disease, and persistent skin issues.
There are two main methods for a food allergy test: the patch skin test, often used for skin-related conditions like eczema, and the blood test, where experts examine blood reactions to specific foods, indicating potential intolerances. A comprehensive history of allergy symptoms is collected to gain a thorough understanding of potential triggers.
Ellie decided to undergo the full allergy test at Pall Mall, driven by her curiosity to understand the potential role of food in her IBS symptoms. Her appointment was not only fast and easy but also included a simple blood test, with results expected within a couple of days. Ellie expressed her amazement at the efficiency of the process and her comfort at the Manchester clinic, where she felt warmly welcomed by the whole team.
Ellie's Health and Fitness Journey:
In alignment with her new year commitment to health and fitness, Ellie took the initiative to start with an allergy test at Pall Mall. With on-and-off symptoms of IBS over the years, she had always wondered about potential allergies and decided to explore this avenue for a healthier lifestyle.
With results anticipated in just two days, Ellie is excited about the prospect of identifying potential allergies and making dietary changes to enhance her overall well-being and reduce the uncomfortable symptoms of IBS.
Ellie Egar's positive experience and anticipation of quick results displaya our clinic's dedication to providing timely and impactful healthcare solutions for all our patients.
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