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Allergy Screening IgE - Price, Normal Range | Sprint Diagnostics Hyderabad

The Allergy Screening IgE - Total Antibodies with Phadiatop is a blood test that measures the total quantity of Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies present in the blood. It also includes Phadiatop, a test used to detect allergen-specific IgE antibodies to a mix of common airborne allergens.

  • Test Name Allergy Screening IgE - Total Antibodies with Phadiatop
  • Sample Type Blood
  • Preparations Required No specific preparation is necessary for this test. Patients should continue with their normal dietary and lifestyle habits unless otherwise advised by their healthcare provider.
  • Report Time 3 days

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Allergy Screening IgE - Total Antibodies with Phadiatop test is a diagnostic tool used to measure the total quantity of IgE antibodies in the blood and detect specific IgE antibodies to a mixture of common airborne allergens. Elevated IgE levels can be indicative of an allergic response.

The test is conducted by drawing a blood sample from a vein in your arm. The blood is then analyzed in a lab to determine the total IgE levels and the presence of allergen-specific IgE antibodies.

The test is generally ordered when an individual exhibits symptoms of allergies, such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, and skin rashes. By measuring total IgE levels and the presence of allergen-specific IgE antibodies, this test helps identify whether the symptoms are due to an allergic reaction and, if so, what the potential allergens might be.

The frequency of the test depends on your individual health condition, lifestyle, and the advice of your healthcare provider. If you have persistent allergy symptoms, your healthcare provider might recommend regular testing.

Test results are interpreted by comparing your total IgE levels and specific IgE levels to reference ranges. Higher than normal levels of total IgE can indicate an allergic response. The Phadiatop test is a qualitative test and can show either positive or negative results. If the test is positive, it indicates that you have IgE antibodies to one or more of the allergens in the test panel, suggesting an allergy.

Several factors can affect the results of this test, including your age, the severity of your allergy, recent exposure to allergens, certain medications, and overall health status.

If your test results are abnormal, it's important to consult with your healthcare provider. They can explain what your results mean in the context of your symptoms and medical history, and can recommend appropriate treatments or lifestyle changes.

No special precautions are needed before this test. It is generally advisable to continue with your regular diet and lifestyle habits unless otherwise instructed by your healthcare provider.

Yes, high levels of IgE antibodies can also be seen in other conditions such as parasitic infections, certain immune disorders, and some cancers. However, in the context of allergy symptoms and a positive Phadiatop test, elevated IgE levels are likely due to an allergic response.

Management of allergies depends on the nature of the allergen, the severity of symptoms, and individual patient factors. Common strategies include avoiding the allergen, taking medications to control symptoms, and immunotherapy (allergy shots or tablets). Discuss with your healthcare provider for the best management strategy for you.

The risks associated with this test are minimal and similar to those of any blood test, including minor pain or bruising at the needle site.

The test is generally reliable for detecting an allergic response and identifying common airborne allergens. However, no test is 100% accurate, and results should always be interpreted in the context of your symptoms and medical history.

The Phadiatop test used in this panel primarily screens for airborne allergens such as pollens, dust mites, and animal dander. For diagnosing food allergies, specific IgE tests for individual foods are usually used.

If you test positive for specific allergens, the next step is to discuss with your healthcare provider about how to manage your allergies. This might involve avoiding the allergen, taking medications to control symptoms, or undergoing immunotherapy.

Always remember, it's important to discuss your test results and any concerns you have with your healthcare provider to ensure the best possible management of your symptoms. With careful management and a tailored treatment plan, allergies can be effectively managed to minimize the impact on your quality of life.

Allergy Screening Ige - Total Antibodies With Phadiatop
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