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Allergen, Individual - Food Orange

Oranges are one of the most popular fruits around the world, known for their juicy sweetness and rich vitamin C content. However, some individuals may experience allergic reactions to oranges. The Allergen, Individual - Food Orange test is a blood test that determines if a person has an allergy to oranges. It measures the presence of specific Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies that are produced in response to proteins found in oranges. Being aware of an orange allergy is vital for dietary management and avoiding potential allergic reactions that could affect one's health and well-being.


  • Test NameAllergen, Individual - Food Orange
  • Sample TypeBlood
  • Preparations RequiredNo special preparations like fasting are required for this test.
  • Report Time2 days

What are the symptoms of an orange allergy?

Symptoms of an orange allergy can include itching or tingling in the mouth, hives, eczema, swelling of the lips, face, tongue, or throat, nasal congestion, difficulty breathing, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. In severe cases, an anaphylactic reaction can occur, which is life-threatening and requires immediate medical attention.

How is an orange allergy diagnosed?

An orange allergy is typically diagnosed through a blood test that measures the level of specific IgE antibodies in response to orange proteins. Additionally, a skin prick test may be used to identify the allergy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Orange allergy is relatively uncommon compared to allergies to other foods like nuts or shellfish. However, it is still possible and can range from mild to severe in symptoms.

If you are diagnosed with an orange allergy, it is important to avoid consuming oranges and products that contain orange or orange derivatives. Make sure to read food labels carefully, and inform restaurant staff of your allergy when dining out. Consult a doctor for advice on managing the allergy and what steps to take in case of accidental exposure.

There is no cure for orange allergy. Management involves avoiding oranges and taking antihistamines or other medications to alleviate symptoms in case of exposure.

No, if you are allergic to oranges, it is advisable to avoid orange juice as well as it is made from oranges and can trigger an allergic reaction.

It is possible, but unlikely. Often, if someone is allergic to oranges, they may also be allergic to other citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, and grapefruits because these fruits contain similar proteins.

There are many alternative sources of vitamin C including strawberries, kiwi, bell peppers, guava, and broccoli.

Oranges and orange flavorings can be found in many products, including salad dressings, marinades, snacks, and beverages. Always read labels carefully.

Yes, some individuals have an intolerance to oranges, which means difficulty digesting them, rather than an immune response. The symptoms are usually gastrointestinal.

Yes, it is possible to develop an orange allergy at any age. You might not have had it as a child but can still develop it as an adult.

There is a genetic component to allergies, so if family members have food allergies, you are at a higher risk of developing them, including an allergy to oranges.

The most effective way to prevent an allergic reaction is to avoid consuming oranges and any products containing orange derivatives.

Yes, cross-reactivity can occur between oranges and other substances. For example, individuals allergic to grass pollens may experience oral allergy syndrome when consuming oranges.

If you suspect that you have an orange allergy, consult an allergist for proper diagnosis and management of the allergy.

Being aware of an orange allergy is crucial for maintaining good health and preventing allergic reactions. By avoiding the consumption of oranges and products that contain oranges, and by seeking advice and assistance from a doctor, individuals with an orange allergy can successfully manage their condition and maintain a balanced and nutritious diet.

Allergen, Individual - Food Orange
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