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Full Allergy Panel Profile, 55 tests – Home Kit £120

Full Allergy Profile, 55 Most Common BioMarkers - Home Kit
Full Allergy Profile, 55 Most Common BioMarkers - Home Kit
Full Allergy Profile, 55 Most Common BioMarkers - Home Kit

Full Allergy Panel Profile, 55 tests – Home Kit £120

(20 customer reviews)

£120.00

A quick finger-prick kit which checks for 55 allergies

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Finger-prick Sample
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Sample Kit delivered to your home
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Great Value
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Track24 Pre-Paid Label – Return to Lab
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Easy to use and clear
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Results within 7 days

55 BioMarkers:

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Honeybee venom
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Cat
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Oak
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Rice
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Birch
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Beef
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Peanut
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Lamb meat
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Apricot
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Carrot
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Potato
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Apple
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Latex
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House dust

See more for the complete list.

Click here for instructions on how to make a sample at home.

kit code: 7In Stock

You are not allowed to cancel this subscription before 3 months.*

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What is a Full Allergy Test Profile?

An allergy occurs when the immune system interprets a foreign substance as harmless to most people. Therefore, when you are allergic, the immune system overreacts to the allergen by producing IgE immunoglobulins.

Firstly, why get one?

  • Maybe you have severe sneezing, a runny nose, watery eyes, or itchy eyes.
  • Or there is a risk of an allergic reaction to a minimal amount of allergen.
  • You are being treated with antihistamines or other medicines.

Please see our Instructions for use at home.

Therefore, please take your full allergy test in the UK in the morning. Also, we advise that you use this at least one hour before any medication.

When you take your sample, try the following tips:

  • Drink plenty of water. Being well-hydrated will make it easier to collect your sample.
  • Shower before you take your test or run your hands under warm water for a few minutes, as heat improves blood flow.
  • Exercise (move around, walk, etc.) to get the blood flowing.
  • Keep your arm below your heart level – let gravity do some of the work.
  • Nails that are too long can make it difficult to collect a sample.
  • Do not shake the sample vigorously, but gently invert the tube 10 times. (Gently swirl the tube after each drop of blood.)
  • Do not squeeze the finger (milk).
  • Re-warm your hands during collection where needed.

55 BioMarkers

  • Cat
  • Dog
  • Horse
  • Alder
  • Birch
  • Hazel
  • Oak
  • Cypress
  • Mugwort
  • Rice
  • Beef
  • Codfish
  • Hazelnut
  • Almond
  • Also, Latex
  • Tomato
  • Carrot
  • Potato
  • Celery
  • Crab
  • Apricot
  •  Kiwi
  • Apple
  •  Soybean
  •  Sesame
  • Peanut
  •  Lamb meat
  •  Cockroach
  • Rye flour
  • Wheat flour
  • Baker’s yeast
  • House dust
  • Egg white
  • Egg yolk
  • Cow’s milk
  • Orchard grass
  • Timothy grass
  • Cultivated rye
  • Shrimp/Prawn
  • Honeybee venom
  • Plantain (English)
  •  Penicillium notatum
  •  Common ragweed
  • Alternaria alternate
  • Aspergillus fumigatus
  • Sweet vernal grass
  • nBos d6 BSA (milk)
  • nBos d4 Alpha-lactalbumin (milk)
  • nBos d5 Beta-lactoglobulin
  • nBos d8 Casein (milk)
  • Common wasp venom
  • Cladosporium herbarum
  • Dermatophagoides farinae
  • Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
  • Immunoglobulin E: measures the level of Immunoglobulin E, a type of antibody.

But how does it work?

Full Allergy Profile Test steps

Order your kit online and once it arrive collect your sample at home.

Full Allergy Profile Test kit

Then, drop off the Kit in the morning to the Royal Mail Red Street Box. Use the Track24/48 Return Label to the Lab.

Full Allergy Profile Test kit

Lastly, once your results are ready, we will send you an email with your Result. Also you can view the report in your Dashboard.

How long do the results take?

However, the target turnaround time for Full Allergy Test Profile results is within one week. However, the turnaround time is a guide only and sometimes depends on assay run schedules.

Lastly, please take your sample from Monday to Thursday to avoid delivery delays at the lab.

 Our laboratory scientists will take care of your samples.

Lastly, the Medicines Online outpatient clinic and Laboratory are in the Battersea/Clapham Junction area, 2 minutes from the tube. Therefore, easy access for Londoners or visitors to London means an easy and fast sampling solution with our quick results policy. In addition to the convenient location, the clinic staff directly communicate with laboratory staff onsite. Therefore, your sample will be processed quickly and without clotting issues from any transportation or heat issues.

Please note that sample management within the UK is a priority for our Laboratory Scientists. They have experience managing sample processing and the full range of available sampling options at our Laboratory.

 

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Review Date : 20/03/2024
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  • Akshay Patel

    Biomedical Science Content Reviewer

How do you find out what you are allergic to?

For many people, an appointment with a specialised doctor takes a long time. I know this very well because it took a couple of months to get an appointment, and for the past 20 years, I have never had a specialist visit for allergies. So, when I finally got the appointment, I did not want to waste any minute. Preparing for the appointment helped me make the most of my time with the allergist and reduce tension in anticipation of the doctor’s visit.

The preparation helped me make the most of that appointment and subsequent ones. I am thankful because, with the doctor’s help, I know what I am allergic to, and I have more confidence in living with allergies. Also, I can reintroduce some foods into my lifestyle, and I can understand completely now how severe some allergies can be.

After many visits to the doctor, I have perfected my preparation for appointments to optimise the time available. Here is a guide with an overview of the information to collect before the appointment and a useful document to print and fill out.

Step 1: Formulate the questions

First, I must gather all the questions and topics I need to discuss with the doctor. Usually, when I am in the office, I forget half or more of the things I want to discuss. Is this happening to you as well? Or, suddenly, my problems don’t seem so important, so I downplay the symptoms. Sometimes, I even felt I shouldn’t ask some questions because they were obvious or frustrating. I want to be a manageable patient, a person capable of managing the disease appropriately. Now, I realise this armour is unnecessary when confronting the doctor. Worries will not make you an inappropriate patient. They will make you an aware and responsible patient.

It is important to remember not to worry about doctor visits. Doctors are people like us, and they are on our side. If you are embarrassed about something, the solution is to think that the doctor has likely already encountered it in other patients.

But what questions should you ask your family doctor? If you’re like me, you want to discuss allergy changes over time or learn more about possible treatments or food testing. The questions do not necessarily have to be medical, as an allergy diagnosis implies a medical condition and a disorder that interferes with one’s lifestyle.

Therefore, asking about living with food allergies is legitimate. You may want to seek advice on school cafeteria safety or understand what precautions to take for food allergies while travelling. These visits can also be a time to discuss mental health and quality of life. The appointment with the doctor is when you can finally get answers, and it is therefore important to discuss things calmly.

Step 2: Take note of relevant medical history

In addition to asking questions, it is also important to write down your medical history and history of allergy symptoms. It may also be helpful to bring relevant photographs (for example, pictures of rashes) to the appointment if necessary. The possible questions to ask the doctor will be directly linked to the problems for which the appointment has been scheduled. You can start from these to begin the discussion with the doctor. The more details you need to report, the better the picture the doctor can paint.

Do you need help organising your medical history? Answer a few questions to create a profile of your symptoms and prepare for your visit to your family doctor.

Also, make a list of all the medications and supplements you take. The Dr. Itch Podcast contributor Payel Gupta asks all patients to take photos of their prescriptions and create an X-ray album on their phone. It is advisable to indicate the name and expiration date of each medicine, and if you take vitamins or other supplements, be sure to include the list of ingredients.

Step 3: Conduct your research

Another part of preparing for a medical exam is doing your research. I would like to know the treatment options and technical terms I may encounter. Knowing some basic information can speed up your conversation with your doctor and ultimately help you make more informed decisions.

It is important to note that not all sources are equally reliable. Doctor Google could lead you to incorrect and alarmist information, so paying attention to the sources is essential. Organisations, associations, and podcasts are the best sources of information. Regarding information not supported by facts, it is always a good idea to check whether the person speaking or writing has negative reviews or connections with companies or brands that could influence their opinions.

While in the research phase, write down all the questions that come to your mind. When presenting this to the doctor, you may need to discuss it. No topic should be off the table when you talk about health, so it is recommended to ask about everything, from treatment, symptoms, diagnosis, etc.

To get the most out of your appointment, preparing for it with an open mind and a collaborative spirit is important. If the patient had already diagnosed the problem and established a treatment plan independently, the doctor would have very little room for action to do his job. Dr. Gupta suggests approaching the discussion with the doctor with this type of attitude: “I read this article that suggested this. What do you think?” It is better to avoid expressing oneself like this: “I have read this, and I want to proceed in this way”.

There is a balance between being informed and being too aggressive. Remember that we turn to the doctor for a reason and should trust and rely on him. Finding a doctor with whom you can establish a collaborative relationship is important. Finding the right way to solve health problems will result from a fruitful conversation with your doctor.

Step 4: Bring your test results with you

If diagnostic tests have already been carried out, such as specific IgE blood tests and allergenic component tests, you must bring the results to your appointment. Test results are not easy to interpret on your own, so having the ability to review them with your family doctor is a significant advantage. Suppose the family doctor has already said that it will be necessary to take a sIgE blood sample at the appointment to monitor changes in the already diagnosed allergy. In that case, contacting the doctor’s office before the visit is advisable. Some doctors may ask for blood tests before your visit to discuss the results in person and run any other tests together on the same day.

Other suggestions

  • In doctors’ offices, it is often necessary to wait. It is, therefore, advisable to wait to make any other commitments immediately after the appointment. Extra time will help you stay calm and not approach the appointment with stress or rush.
  • Doctors would also like to spend more time on each visit. If they interrupt the dialogue, you shouldn’t get angry. It is very likely that they have an idea of the problem and want to ask in-depth questions. Doctors do this daily and, like detectives, try to obtain key information quickly because time is of the essence.

Customer Reviews

  1. Carl M.

    Amazing service from start to finish. Quick results and fantastic customer support!

  2. Michelle

    It was the first time I was doing an allergy test, but the customer service was very helpful and helped me with all my doubts. Thank you

  3. Cidalia Almeida

    The amount of home test kits on offer is amazing.

  4. Fatima Dabboussi

    Great customer service, quick replying to queries and dealing with any issues. Will definitely use again.

  5. Thomas Metcalfe

    I can not rave enough about this company. Top marks .. I’ve dealt with a few different online blood testing companies and this one is by far the best. Great fast turnaround on the tests. Always great prices and great offers and their customer care especially Cidalia is superior to any others …

  6. Shan Hadden

    I have used medicines Online home tests to monitor a condition and related issues.
    Brilliant service; fast and efficient. They were also very helpful when I messed up my blood draws in the early days.
    I recommend them regularly on social media, including other health platforms.

  7. Maisy Rose

    Would recommend Medicines Online to anybody. Used them twice now and will keep doing so.

  8. Patrycja Marek

    We always get an amazing service from Medicines Online. They are very friendly and efficient both via email and over the phone. Results also come back fast with helpful reports from doctors. We never had an issues, highly recommend them!

  9. Georgie Stoker

    This is an excellent service with a rapid turnaround time. I quite often get my results the day after sending my blood sample off. Can’t recommend it enough.

  10. Nicole quinnell

    Big big thank you to Cidalia for helping us and being very understanding and supportive.
    Amazing service and would highly recommend!”

  11. Victoria Stopar

    Wonderful service received from such fantastic and friendly staff.

  12. Thomas Metcalfe

    This is an excellent service with a rapid turnaround time. I quite often get my results the day after sending my blood sample off. Can’t recommend it enough.

  13. Amin Carter

    So fast and efficient , helpful and patient. Will for sure sue Medicines Online again and recommend them.

  14. Yen Low

    Very happy with the service provided. Easy to collect the blood sample, please ensure you drink plenty water in advance. The test results were accompanied by a GP’s report which I find very helpful. Excellent customer service too. I definately recommend Medicines Online – so much better and knowlagble than my GP.

  15. Molly Kerrigan

    Great service, Spoke to a lovely lady on customer service very helpful and knowledgeable. Tests quick and easy to use 5 stars would recommend

  16. Luca Miserere

    Fast and clear results! The customer service is great and really helpful!

  17. Rolf Lindsay

    Fantastic experience as always. I’ve been monitoring my healthover the last couple of years, and the test results and advice I’ve recieved from Medicines Onlines has really helped me improve my health. Would 100% recommend.

  18. Emma Coleman

    I purchased a Full Allergy Profile Home Test Kit from medicines online. It arrived swiftly and I’m very happy with the service received. Will definitely be buying from this company again.

  19. CHRISTOPHER SCHUSTER

    I used Medicines Online for a Full Allergy. Efficient home testing service, always someone to help on the phone.

  20. William Scott

    Medicines Online is a great and affordable way to take control of your health and allergy . I was very pleased with their costumer services and quick turn around results. Highly recommended

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