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Allergy Testing Blood Test prices

Gluten Allergy Profile
  • Includes 6 Allergens
From £455 Enquire Now
Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema Profile
  • Includes 14 Allergens
From £215 Enquire Now
Allergy Profile 9 (Antibiotics)
  • Includes 4 Allergens


£155 Enquire Now
Allergy Profile UK
from £195 Enquire Now
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Gluten Sensitivity Profile Blood Test

  • Gluten single IgE Allergen
  • Gliadin
  • Wheat 
  • Tissue ransflutaminase
  • Total IgA
  • HLA DQ2/DQ8
  • Test Result Turnaround Time: 10 Days

What does a gluten intolerance blood test entail? 

This gluten intolerance blood test looks at antibodies in the blood against gluten. These include antibodies against tissue transglutaminase (anti-TTG) and against Endomysium.

A simple Gluten Sensitivity Profile Blood Test is available to test for celiac disease. Patients with celiac disease who consume gluten exhibit elevated levels of specific antibodies in their bloodstream. The immune system generates these antibodies in response to perceiving gluten, the proteins present in wheat, rye, and barley, as a potential threat. It is essential to maintain a diet containing gluten for accurate antibody (blood) testing.

Celiac disease is genetic and tends to run in families. First-degree relatives, such as parents, siblings, and children, who share the same genotype as the family member with celiac disease, face a potential risk of up to 40% for developing celiac disease themselves.

For patients with an unknown genotype, the general risk of developing celiac disease falls within the range of 7% to 20%.

Atopic Dermatitis / Eczema Profile (14 Allergens) 

Total IGE with individual IgE allergens for:

  • Cod fish
  • Cows Milk
  • Egg White
  • Soyabean
  • Peanut
  • Hazelnut
  • Shrimp
  • Wheat
  • Apple
  • Dustmite - dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
  • Cat Dander
  • Dog Dander
  • Timothy Grass
  • Common Silver Birch

Test Result Turnaround Time: 2 Days

Atopic eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a condition which causes symptoms such as itching, dryness, and skin cracking.

An IgE test cannot definitively diagnose a food allergy, but it can indicate the likelihood of an allergic response to specific substances.

What Is an Allergen-Specific IgE Test?

Immunoglobulin E, abbreviated as IgE, is an antibody produced by your immune system to combat infections.

Having a small amount of IgE in your bloodstream is normal. However, if you suffer from allergies, your IgE levels can significantly rise. An allergen-specific IgE test involves mixing your blood with specific allergens to observe how your immune system responds.

We can assess the quantity of IgE present in your blood when you are exposed to particular foods or proteins. While any food has the potential to trigger an allergic reaction, the most common ones associated with atopic dermatitis include:

  1. Cow's milk
  2. Eggs
  3. Peanuts

Other frequently encountered food allergies encompass:

  1. Soy
  2. Tree nuts
  3. Wheat
  4. Fish and shellfish
  5. Sesame

Medical experts recommend conducting limited food allergy testing in children under 5 years of age if they exhibit clear and rapid reactions to certain foods or if their atopic dermatitis symptoms persist despite treatment.

Allergic Rhinitis / Asthma Profile 

Total IgE with individual IgE allergens for: 

  • Cat dander
  • Dog dander
  • Common Silver Birch
  • Timothy Grass
  • Dust Mite - Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
  • Alternaria alternata
  • Aspergillius fumigastus
  • Calodosporium herbarum
  • Mugwort
  • London Plane
  • Peanut 
  • Egg White
  • Cows Milk

Test Result Turnaround Time: 2 Days

What Is an Allergy Rhinitis / Asthma Profile Blood Test?

An allergy blood test examines the presence of antibodies known as immunoglobulin E (IgE) within your bloodstream. Antibodies are proteins that your immune system generates as a defence against harmful substances like viruses or bacteria. In the case of allergies, your body produces IgE in response to allergens, even if these substances are typically harmless.

Common allergens that can be detected through this test include:

Specific foods or food components.

  1. Dust.
  2. Latex.
  3. Insect bites and stings.
  4. Mould.
  5. Pet dander.
  6. Pollen.
  7. Certain medications.

Allergy Profile 9 (Antibiotics)

  •  Total IGE with individual IgE allergens for:
  • Amoxicilloyl
  • Amoxicilloyl, Cefaclor
  • Pen G
  • Pen V

Test Result Turnaround Time: 2 days

Antibiotics are effective in treating a wide array of conditions, ranging from acne to pneumonia. However, as the availability of effective antibiotics becomes increasingly limited, having an allergy can further complicate matters.

This is why testing plays a crucial role so you know which antibiotics are safe for you to use and if you're allergic or just facing symptoms from the medication.

What are the signs of an antibiotic allergy?

Symptoms of an antibiotic allergy may include:

  1. Itching in the mouth, throat, and ears.
  2. Persistent coughing or wheezing.
  3. Development of a raised, red, and itchy rash anywhere on the body (hives).
  4. Breathing difficulties.

In the most severe cases, an antibiotic allergy can lead to anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening condition. If the symptoms mentioned above result in shortness of breath, a rapid heartbeat, dizziness, and clammy skin, you should seek immediate medical attention.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Who will take my blood test?

A doctor, nurse or phlebotomist (specially trained to take blood samples). 

What is a fasting blood test?

This type of blood test requires that you avoid eating or drinking anything 12 hours before your test. Your GP, nurse or health professional will advise you if that is the case.

What if I'm on medication?

Please tell the GP or nurse know if you are taking any medication that thins your blood such as Warfarin or Aspirin.

Does a blood test hurt?

Most people feel little or no discomfort and the GP or nurse will do their best to put you at your ease.

Will my arm or hand bruise after blood has been taken?

Some people experience a little bruising however it is usually harmless and fade away. However, if you’re worried please contact the GP or nurse.

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