Allergy, Garlic

Sample Type Blood
Pre-test Information No special preparation is required for the test.
Report Delivery 3 DAYS
Price ₹ 1750
A garlic allergy can be diagnosed through a skin prick or blood test. People with garlic allergy can suffer a range of symptoms including runny nose, skin problems such as dermatitis and in cases, asthma. Garlic may result in potentially fatal anaphylactic shock but this is very rare.

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The test method uses an in vitro test system ImmunoCAP specific IgE for the quantitative measurement of allergen-specific IgE in human serum. A diagnosis of IgE-mediated allergy requires evidence of both sensitisation and clinical reactivity. Consider - Allergen avoidance - Desensitisation - Symptomatic treatment