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Allergen, Individual - Tree Pollen White Pine-Test Price, Normal Range | Sprint Diagnostics Hyderabad

The Allergen, Individual - Tree Pollen White Pine test is a diagnostic test used to identify an individual's allergic reaction to the pollen produced by White Pine trees. White Pine trees, also known as eastern white pine, are prevalent in many parts of North America and Europe and are a common cause of pollen-induced allergic reactions.

Allergies to White Pine pollen can manifest as various symptoms, including but not limited to, itchy or watery eyes, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, and in severe cases, asthma attacks. Understanding if you are allergic to White Pine pollen can be essential in managing your symptoms and improving your quality of life.


  • Test Name Allergen, Individual - Tree Pollen White Pine
  • Sample Type Blood
  • Preparations Required No specific preparation is required for this test. Patients are advised to continue with their regular diet and daily routine unless directed otherwise by their healthcare provider.
  • Report Time 2 days

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Frequently Asked Questions

This test identifies the presence of specific antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE) in your blood. These antibodies are produced by your body in response to allergens, in this case, White Pine pollen. A high level of IgE indicates an allergic response.

No fasting is required before this test. You can eat and drink as usual unless your doctor advises otherwise.

If you experience symptoms such as itchy or watery eyes, a runny nose, or sneezing, particularly during the White Pine pollen season, your doctor might suggest this test. It helps identify if White Pine pollen is the allergen causing your symptoms.

This test measures the amount of IgE antibodies in your blood that react to White Pine pollen. A higher amount indicates an allergy to this type of pollen.

The frequency of the test will depend on the severity of your symptoms and your doctor's recommendation. If you are under treatment for an allergy, the test may be repeated to monitor the effectiveness of the treatment.

Normal values for this test can vary based on the laboratory conducting the test. Typically, lower levels or negative results are considered normal, suggesting that you do not have an allergy to White Pine pollen.

There are no specific precautions to take before this test. However, you should inform your doctor about any medication or dietary supplements you are currently taking as they might influence the test results.

Various factors can affect the levels of IgE antibodies in your blood, including the timing of your last exposure to White Pine pollen, your overall health, and any medications or supplements you are currently taking.

Modifiable factors include the use of certain medications and dietary supplements, as they can influence the immune system's response to allergens.

Non-modifiable factors include your genetic predisposition and the timing of your last exposure to White Pine pollen.

If your test results suggest an allergy to White Pine pollen, it would be beneficial to consult with an allergist or an immunologist for further management.

No, this test is specific to White Pine pollen allergies. If you suspect that you may have other allergies, other tests can identify different allergens.

Avoiding exposure to White Pine pollen, especially during high pollen seasons, can help prevent allergic reactions. This might involve staying indoors on high pollen count days, using air filters, and regularly cleaning your living areas to remove pollen.

The Allergen, Individual - Tree Pollen White Pine test provides valuable insights into whether an individual has an allergic reaction to White Pine pollen. It can play a crucial role in managing allergic symptoms, especially during pollen season. Always consult your doctor for a better understanding of your test results and any necessary steps that may need to be taken to manage your allergies effectively.

Allergen, Individual - Tree Pollen White Pine
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