Pet allergies occur when your body reacts to certain substances found on the animal. This test will help you identify which animals may actually be causing you more harm than good.
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Why take this test?
You want a thorough check that covers common everyday exposure to animals
You want to check your intolerance levels
You want to see how your exposure to animals may be affecting your health and lifestyle
You want an easy and convenient way to check the main animal risks that may be affecting you
Allergens from animals are usually found in the skin cells that they shed. It can also be found in their saliva, fur and urine. We test for the most common types of pets and animals to which we are likely to be exposed. For example, we test for allergies to cats, dogs, hamsters, rabbits, guinea pigs, and many more. This test is very important for those who have pets and are suspicious of their animals being the cause of problematic health conditions. Some of the symptoms that can occur as a result of having a pet allergy is, an increase in breathing difficulties for those with asthma, sinus infections (inflammation of the nasal tissues triggering bacterial infections), various skin conditions (eczema, rashes, hives on parts of the skin that were exposed to the animal). After taking the test, and upon receiving your results, you can then determine whether you need to limit your exposure to your pet or thoroughly cleanse after exposure. If you do not have a pet allergy it will help put your mind at ease, this also probably means that a food intolerance is more likely.
What is Tested? (13 items)
Please ensure your finger prick blood sample is taken at least 2 hours after any food or drink intake (except water). If you are taking any prescription medication, please take your finger prick blood sample at least 3 hours after consuming your medication.