£370 + £30 phlebotomy fee

Our state-of-the-art allergy test offers a comprehensive analysis for those experiencing unclear symptoms or multiple sensitivities. Using advanced technology, we test for 295 allergens, providing you with a clear and detailed understanding of your allergies.

  1. Tree Pollen: A common airborne allergen causing symptoms like runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing.
  2. Grass Pollen: Another significant airborne allergen, triggering similar symptoms as tree pollen.
  3. Weed Pollen: Often blooms later in the season, contributing to allergy flare-ups.
  4. Mould and Yeast Fungi: Indoor allergens found in damp environments, causing respiratory issues and skin reactions.
  5. Mites and Cockroaches: Indoor allergens affecting millions, triggering asthma and allergy symptoms.
  6. Animal Epithelia: Dander from pets like cats and dogs can trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.
  7. Insect Venom: Stings from bees, wasps, and other insects can cause localized reactions or severe allergic responses.
  8. Food – Egg and Milk: Common food allergens often causing skin reactions, digestive issues, and respiratory distress.
  9. Food – Meat: Less common food allergen, but can trigger reactions in individuals with specific sensitivities.
  10. Food – Fish and Seafood: Another common food allergen, causing reactions ranging from mild to life-threatening.
  11. Food – Cereals and Seeds: Can trigger allergic reactions, with wheat and gluten being the most common culprits.
  12. Food – Spices: While generally safe, certain spices like sesame and mustard can cause allergic reactions in some people.
  13. Food – Legumes and Nuts: These protein-rich foods are major food allergens, causing severe reactions in some individuals.
  14. Food – Vegetables: While uncommon, certain vegetables like celery and carrots can trigger allergic reactions.
  15. Food – Fruits: Tree fruits like apples and peaches, and some other fruits, can cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.
  16. Additional Allergens
  1. People experiencing symptoms from airborne allergens.
  2. Individuals tracking flare-ups related to this common allergen.
  3. Those seeking solutions during the later-season allergen bloom.