My Allergy Test
Allergy tests can be a fairly unpleasant task, particularly if you are having an entire battery of prick tests done. My Allergy Test kit allows you to determine when and where you take your allergy blood test. This laboratory certified testing kit provides you with all the components you need to test for 10 of the most common allergens. The My Allergy Test uses a finger stick blood sample that is then analyzed at ImmuneTech's certified labs to determine if you have a sensitivity to specific allergens. From the testing equipment to a prepaid mailer and PIN, MyAllergyTest Kit provides you everything you need, plus step-by-step instructions.
Once the results have been tested and analyzed, view your results online via a secure server. No physician order is required for a consumer to purchase or use MyAllergyTest. This home allergen testing kit is NOT meant to take the place of a physician, nor is it to be used as the basis for medication. The My Allergy Test kit provides you direction and piece of mind in determining what specific substances can be causing your allergic reaction. It gives you an idea of what substances you may want to avoid or what environmental factors you may want to consider changing. When used in conjunction with a physician's advice, My Allergy Test kits can help you determine proper treatment for your allergies.
Download: MyAllergyTest Product Brochure
My Allergy Test - A Closer Look
Ten Allergens Tested:
- Dust Mites
- Egg White
- Timothy Grass
- Bermuda Grass
- Mountain Cedar
- Short Ragweed
- Alternaria (mold)
My Allergy Test lab results are quantitative, consistent, and clinically proven to be as accurate as standard allergy tests conducted by physicians and labs nationwide. ImmuneTech is a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certified, high-complexity reference laboratory.
What Comes with the MyAllergyTest?
The kit includes: instructions, personal information card, alcohol prep pad, single-use safety lancets (2), funnel, blood collection tube, adhesive bandage, pre-paid return envelope, biohazard zip lock bag, and bar code labels.
Home Allergy Testing - 5 Steps to Your Results
Get a Blood Sample
Attach the Bar Code
|Step 4: Mail the Blood Sample||Step 5: Get Your Results!|