Comprehensive diagnostic tests for both Food and Inhalant (eg dustmites) allergies are available.

            •      These come in the form of IgE Blood Tests
            •       Patient could choose to do a Single Test or a Multiple panels of Tests
            •       Suitable for both Adults & Children. Fast, easy and painless.
            •       A sample of your blood is taken to test for antibodies known as IgE
            •       Results will be released within a few days
            •        Based on the results, specifically tailored treatment plans could be drawn up
            •        If you would like to find out more about IgE blood tests, please contact us.


Allergy test using blood

Total and Specific IgE (Rast) Blood Test

Allergy Test for Eczema
Allergy Test for Seafood
Allergy Test for Nuts
Allergy Test for Eggs
Allergy Test for Fish
Allergy Test for Meats
Allergy Test for Fruits
Allergy Test for Vegetables
Allergy Test for Inhalants (e.g. Dustmites)
Allergy Test for Seeds
Allergy Test for Drugs
Allergy Test for Single Allergen
Allergy Test for Children


What to Expect From An Allergy Test



Preparing for an Allergy Test

Before your consultation, it will be helpful to make a list of your symptoms and family history of allergies, if any. You can also include suspected allergens in your list based on your experience or observation.


What Happens During an Allergy Test

A small test tube of blood will be collected. The procedure will take less than 5 minutes. The results will be available in a couple of days.

Allergy Report

A positive result indicates that IgE antibodies were produced by your body in response to the allergen. Conversely, a negative result means that the foreign substance does not trigger a reaction from your immune system.



Immunotherapy (Desensitization)



  • If allergies persist despite avoiding the allergens and medications, immunotherapy may be an alternative treatment option.
  • Indicated for patients who have clinically shown to have relevant allergens.
  • Aim is to increase the tolerability of the patient’s immune system to the allergen(s).
  • Over time, the body will be less ‘sensitive’ to the allergen(s) and this will reduce severity of symptoms and reduces the usage of antihistamines and nasal sprays. For example, if you are allergic to dust mites, immunotherapy can prevent you from reacting to dust mites after an appropriate length of treatment.
  • It is safe under professional management.
  • Convenient, able to administer at home over a period of a couple of years.
  • It is easily administered via a tablet a day.

If you would like to find out more about Allergy Immunotherapy desensitisation treatment, please contact us.


Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need an Allergy Test?

Identifying your allergens as early as possible will help you in preventing allergic reactions. This is especially crucial for individuals at risk of a severe reaction.

What is the most popular allergen?

The most common allergens are pollen, dust mites, animal dander and food – particularly nuts, shellfish, eggs and cows’ milk.

Are there side effects from an Allergy Test?

Side effects of allergy blood tests are usually minor and do not last for an extended period of time.

Rarely, patients may observe some swelling and redness at the area where the need is inserted.

Can Allergies be treated?

Medication such as antihistamines, nasal sprays can help to treat some allergy symptoms.

However, for allergies, prevention is the best practice. Prevention means:

  • Avoiding items or food that cause the symptoms
  • Changing your lifestyle such as switching to anti-dust mite mattresses or pillows etc

If allergies persist despite avoiding the allergens and medications, immunotherapy may be an alternative treatment option.