These test kits are generally all done at home, then sent in via the prepaid mailer that is included. Results about sensitivities that the tests reveal are then sent back to you. As with most home tests, it's generally best to discuss the results with your doctor at your next visit. The tests show only sensitivities, much like other allergy tests. However, like other tests, they're not a definitive basis of an allergy diagnosis, as a true diagnosis of allergies is typically done after evaluating test results, environmental factors, family and personal medical history. Hope that helps!
Answer by: (Admin) on Jan 21, 2015 8:09:26 AM