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Allergy Testing in Ankeny

Identifying Allergens

Our experts at Allergy Institute P.C. provide a multitude of immunotherapy treatments, allergy treatments, and tests for your condition.

When you come into our office we will go through your detailed medical and family history, as this can often shed light on what allergies you could be dealing with. We will also perform a thorough physical examination and determine whether a skin or blood allergy testing is most appropriate.

Contact us online or call (515) 619-5179 for information regarding our allergy testing services today.

Why Get An Allergy Test?

Allergy testing pinpoints the source or sources of your allergic response. Allergy testing helps you understand what substances trigger your symptoms and provide you with personalized treatment for your allergies.

Allergy Institute P.C. offers FDA-approved allergy testing services, including:

  • Skin Test – this involves pricking your skin and dabbing it on the suspected allergen. We perform this test on the back of your arm, forearm or on your back. Patients can expect little to no pain during treatment. We may also inject a small amount of the suspected allergen into the skin of your arm or back as another way to test. Both the skin-prick and skin-injection testing look for signs of several different allergens at one time. Allergy Institute P.C. also offers patch testing, which is commonly used to test for delayed allergic reactions. The patch is usually applied for 48 hours, allowing an extended period of time for the suspected allergen to produce a reaction. The patch may result in an itching sensation. However, if the itching becomes too severe to tolerate be sure to contact the professionals at Allergy Institute P.C. right away
  • Blood Test – If you suffer from a skin condition such as eczema or psoriasis, you might need a blood test. We may also administer a blood test to detect or trigger a powerful allergen that might cause a significant reaction.

Should I Get an Allergy Test?

If you’ve been experiencing allergy symptoms, then it’s worth it to get to know what’s causing your symptoms and how to treat the problem.

By knowing what you are allergic to, our allergists and you can devise a customized treatment plan that includes lifestyle modifications that can reduce exposure and lessen the number of flare-ups you experience throughout the year.

Remember, allergies can be complex and your symptoms may not be caused by the substances you originally thought. Allergy testing can shed light on what’s going on and how to best tackle your allergy symptoms.

Ready for an Allergy Test?

Here at the Allergy Institute P.C. in Ankeny, IA, we have been treating allergies and immunologic disorders for more than 80 years. If you need to schedule an in-person appointment with our allergy specialists, get in touch with our helpful staff today.

Isn't it time to find out what you're allergic to with allergy testing? Call us at (515) 619-5179 to schedule an appointment today or contact us online.

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