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Allergen, Individual - Food Green Pea

The Allergen, Individual - Food Green Pea test is a diagnostic tool used to identify whether an individual has an allergy to green peas. Despite their high nutritional content, green peas, like many other foods, can cause allergic reactions in some individuals.


  • Profile Name: Allergen, Individual - Food Green Pea
  • Sample Type: Blood Sample
  • Preparations Required: No special instructions required for this test. Follow your routine diet and daily activities unless otherwise instructed by your doctor.
  • Report Time: 2 days

This allergy test detects the presence of Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies in your blood. When your immune system identifies green peas as a potential threat, it produces these antibodies, and their presence could indicate an allergic reaction. By confirming whether or not you are allergic to green peas, this test aids you in adjusting your diet and lifestyle to maintain optimal health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

This test is crucial if you have experienced symptoms such as skin rash, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, or difficulty breathing after consuming green peas. The test helps to identify if you're allergic to green peas, which allows you to avoid allergic reactions in the future.

No, fasting is not necessary for the Allergen, Individual - Food Green Pea test.

There are no specific preparations required for this test. You can maintain your usual diet and daily activities.

If you have had symptoms like skin reactions, digestive issues, or respiratory problems after eating green peas, you should consider taking this test. It's also suggested for those with a history of food allergies.

This test measures the amount of green pea-specific IgE antibodies in your blood. A high level of these antibodies could suggest an allergic reaction to green peas.

The frequency of this test would depend on your symptoms and medical history. If you've been diagnosed with a green pea allergy, your doctor may recommend periodic testing to monitor your condition.

Normal values can vary between laboratories, but generally, low or absent levels of green pea-specific IgE antibodies in your blood indicate that you don't have an allergy to green peas.

If you're allergic to green peas, it's important to avoid them in your diet. Be sure to check food labels carefully and ask about the ingredients when dining out.

Your overall health, the extent of your exposure to green peas, your immune system's response, and the presence of other allergies can all affect the test results.

Abnormal results mean you may be allergic to green peas. Consult your doctor for guidance on dietary changes, medication, and other ways to manage your allergy.

The most significant modifiable factor affecting your IgE levels is your exposure to green peas. If you have a confirmed allergy, avoiding green peas can lower these levels.

Non-modifiable factors include genetic predisposition and how your immune system reacts to allergens. Some people may naturally have higher IgE levels due to these factors.

You should consult an allergist or immunologist if your test results are abnormal. They can provide the best guidance for managing food allergies.

Allergy to one type of pea doesn't always mean you'll be allergic to others. However, some cross-reactivity can occur. Consult with your doctor before adding other peas to your diet.

Ignoring an allergy can lead to an escalation in symptoms and in severe cases, cause anaphylaxis, a life-threatening condition. It's important to heed your test results and manage your diet accordingly.

Allergen, Individual - Food Green Pea
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