Allergy test


  • Results within 24 hours

  • Blood draw included

The FastPoc allergy test uses a blood sample to screen for 20 common allergens including: Common Ragweed, Mugwort, Timothy Grass, Grass Mix, Rye, Silver Birch, Ficus/Latex Mix, Cat Dander, Dog Dander, House Dust Mites, Egg White, Cow’s Milk, Cod, Wheat, Peanut, Soybean, Celery, Almond, Walnut, and Hazelnut. A positive reaction to any of the allergens would suggest an allergy which may require prophylaxis or avoidance.

How do you check if you have an allergy?

If you are concerned about a potential allergy, there are usually noticeable symptoms if you come into contact with a substance that you may be allergic to.

Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include:

  • Swollen face, eyes, lips, mouth, or throat
  • Breathlessness
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing or a runny nose
  • Itchy skin
  • Rashes
  • Feeling sick

How does this test for allergies?

Our allergy test uses a blood sample that screens for 20 common allergens, blood is drawn from a simple finger prick or from a vein in your arm, allowing us to indicate what might be causing your symptoms.

Your blood is exposed to a variety of allergens and substances to determine what you may be allergic to, the severity of these reactions can range due to factors such as genetics and length of exposure time to allergens.

Who is this test for?

Anyone can take this test, whether you are concerned about a potential allergy or are wanting to discover what you are allergic to before getting into contact with the substance, such as foods, animals, and medicines.

What if I am positive?

Depending on the severity of the reaction, treatments for allergies can include simple avoidance of the thing you are allergic to, if possible, and medicines for mild allergic reaction such as steroid creams, tablets, and antihistamines.

In the case a severe allergic reaction is discovered, it is possible to attempt immunotherapy to desensitize your body over a period of time to the substance that is causing the allergic reaction, or emergency medicines like the EpiPen can be prescribed.