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Allergy Testing

Why Order Allergy Tests Online?

At Health Testing Centers we make allergy testing easy by allowing you to avoid the hassle of visiting your doctor. We provide allergy testing, including Doctor's oversight, using the same labs that your doctor utilizes. Test results are not a part of your permanent medical record and are securely delivered to you, saving time and money.

 Fast, accurate, clear lab results without doctor visit
 100% satisfaction guarantee
 Private and confidential

Carefully designed by our physicians these panels provide a thorough analysis of your allergies, helping identify health concerns before they progress into chronic or life-threatening conditions.

Featured Allergy Tests and Packages

Featured Tests and Packages
Basic Food Allergy Profile, IgE

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 6 different types of foods. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY

Extended Food Allergy Profile,IgE

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 12 different types of foods TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY

Gluten Sensitivity Screen (Celiac and Wheat Allergy)

Detects antibodies to screen for celiac disease, other gluten sensitivity, or wheat allergy. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY.

Allergy Lab Tests (A-Z)

Lab Tests (A-Z)
Allergen Profile IgE, Seasonal Allergen, Fall-Weed

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 13 different types of weeds. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY.

Allergen Profile IgE, Seasonal Allergen, Spring-Tree

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 12 different types of trees. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY.

Allergen Profile IgE, Seasonal Allergen, Summer−Grass

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 10 different types of grass and other summer related allergens. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY.

Allergen Profile IgE, Milk

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to Milk. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY.

Allergen Profile IgE, Mold

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 12 different types of molds. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY

Allergen Profile IgE, Nuts

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 7 different types of Nuts. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY

Allergen Profile IgE , Shellfish

This test may be used to measure or detect a possible allergic reaction to 6 different types of Shellfish. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY

Immunoglobulin, IgE

The IgE test is used to measure the level of immunoglobulin E in the body.

Lactose Tolerance

Evaluates blood samples before and after lactose to assess for lactose intolerance. TEST AVAILABLE AT LABCORP ONLY.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 01

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, and VT.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 02

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in DC, DE, MD, NC, and VA.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 03

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in GA, northern FL and SC.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 04

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in FL (South of Orlando).

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 05

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in IN ,KY, OH, TN, and WV.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 06

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in AL, AR, LA and MS.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 07

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in MI, MN, and WI.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 08

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in IA, IL and MO.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 09

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in KS, NE, ND and SD.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 10

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in OK and TX.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 11

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in AZ (mountains), CO, ID (mountains), MT, NM, UT, and WY.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 12

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in AZ (south), CA (southeast desert).

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 13

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in CA (Southern Coast).

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 14

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in CA (central valley).

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 15

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in ID (south), NV.

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 16

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in OR, WA (central and east).

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 17

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in CA (northwest), OR (west), and WA (west).

Respiratory Allergy Profile Region 18

This IgE test measures or detects a possible allergic reaction to allergens commonly found in AK.

Allergies Testing FAQ

Reviewed By: Dr. Kurt Kloss, MD
Last Reviewed Date: Mar 03, 2020
Last Modified Date: Mar 03, 2020
Published Date: Dec 10, 2018

What is allergy testing and why is it performed?

Allergy testing is performed to screen for the severity of a person's reaction to different allergens. Some people demonstrate no allergic response to common allergens like pet dander and dust mites, while others can range in the severity of their symptoms. Severe allergic reactions can be fatal. Anaphylaxis occurs as a severe allergic reaction to a specific allergen, and can cause extreme swelling in the lips, tongue, and throat, fainting, trouble breathing, vomiting, and more. While most people who experience an anaphylactic allergic response recover, some rare cases result in death. A person never knows if they have a life-threatening allergy until exposed to the allergen, so it is very important to be tested for allergic responses by a medical professional in a controlled environment should life-saving measures be necessary in the event of a severe allergic response.

How are allergy tests performed?

Allergy tests are performed several ways. Allergy skin testing is one of the most common types of allergy tests, and allergists perform allergy skin tests in a few different ways. Skin prick tests, also known as scratch tests or intradermal tests, are performed by pricking the surface of the skin with possible allergen and checking for a positive reaction indicated by allergy symptoms. Patch testing tests for skin allergies is performed by applying patches with test allergens to the back in order to screen for allergic contact dermatitis.

An allergist may also perform and IgE allergy blood test, which involves taking a blood sample, adding a small amount of allergen to the blood, and measuring the allergic responses that occurs in it. The RAST test is another form of allergy blood testing.

What is a food allergy?

A food allergy arises when the immune system responds to a certain food. The number of Americans that report to a hospital emergency room each year due to food allergies is approximately 30,000. The number of food allergies among the population under the age of 20 has significantly increased over the last decade. Millions of people suffer from food allergies without even realizing it. In many cases, the allergies are genetically inherited, so entire families may be allergic to a food and not know it. Symptoms that you may have previously passed off as normal may be the result of an allergy to certain foods.

What are the symptoms of a food allergy?

Food allergies can cause hives, itching, skin rash, asthma, nasal congestion, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, lightheaded, fainting, swelling of the lips, tongue or other body part. Severe food allergies, such as to nuts or shellfish, can result in anaphylaxis. Unlike a food allergy, food intolerance does not involve the immune system. Symptoms of a food intolerance may include abdominal cramps, bloating or diarrhea. Recurring gastrointestinal problems after drinking milk is an example of intolerance to a particular food product.

What is an environmental allergy?

An environmental allergy is a hypersensitivity to normally benign substances in the environment. An allergic reaction is typically characterized by an intense inflammatory reaction that comes on quickly and predictably. The allergic reaction specifically involves over-activation of white blood cells by an IgE antibody. Individuals suffering from environmental allergies are also at increased risk of asthma, as well as sinus, ear, or upper respiratory infections. Health Testing Centers offer convenient seasonal and regional testing profiles as well as testing for substances such as latex. If you have concerns regarding an allergen that you don't find below please call our medical professionals to order.

What are the symptoms of an environmental allergy?

Symptoms of an environmental allergy can include sneezing, coughing, wheezing, nasal swelling, itchy / red eyes, ear pain, skin rashes or hives, and when affecting the gastrointestinal system bloating, diarrhea, and vomiting. Severe environmental allergies, such as to bee stings, can result in anaphylaxis. Environmental allergic reactions include reactions to mold, insect stings (bee stings, mosquito bites, etc.), eczema, asthma attacks, and the extremely common hay fever (rhinitis), which causes a mild reaction of sneezing, itchy eyes and a runny nose. Environmental allergies are typically caused by seasonal allergens such as pollen, dust mites, pet dander, or mold and can vary by the region that you live. Common symptoms are not life threatening but can seriously impair your quality of life.

Where can I get allergy testing near me?

Search for convenient allergy testing lab locations near you using our Lab Locator.