2024 Updated Information By DTAP Allergy Test Clinic Malaysia
DTAP Clinic Malaysia provides affordable, fast and comprehensive allergy testing and treatment services in a comfortable and private setting. Do you experience persistent itching, sneezing, coughing and other symptoms due to possible allergies? Our allergy doctors are medically trained to determine the most appropriate allergy test(s) to undergo and where necessary, recommend the right course of treatment. Our allergy testing services include,
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For food allergy testing, mites allergy testing, and allergy tests for various household allergens, you can anticipate receiving your results within as little as 4 hours. We can provide you with your results, typically on the same day or by the next working day.
For other types of allergens, you may expect to have your results available within 5 days.
During the IgE serum allergy test, your doctor will take a blood sample from a vein in your arm using a small needle. After the needle is inserted, a small amount of blood will be collected into a test tube or vial. You may feel a little sting when the needle goes in or out. This process usually takes less than five minutes.
This is a rapid food allergy test kit. The reaction tray is spotted with food protein extracts. A small blood sample is taken and is then diluted and added to the food allergy test tray. In subsequent steps the use of detector and developer solutions identifies the presence of food antibodies.
Multi-panel allergy testing in DTAP Clinic Malaysia, where multiple allergens are tested, typically starts from RM500, depending on each individual’s health history and requirements. It is best to consult a professional allergy doctor to learn more about the type(s) of allergy test required. Here at DTAP Clinic, we offer comprehensive allergy test packages and consultations. Feel free to get in touch with us to learn more about how we may assist you with your allergy testing and management needs.
Allergy blood tests serve to determine whether you have an allergy. These tests come in two main types:
Total IgE Allergy Blood Test: This test gauges the overall level of IgE antibodies present in your bloodstream.
Specific IgE Allergy Blood Test: This test assesses the quantity of IgE produced by your body in response to a particular allergen. A distinct test is conducted for each potential allergen that may be triggering your allergic reactions.
Why might you require an allergy blood test? Your healthcare provider may recommend it if you exhibit symptoms of an allergy, such as:
An allergy blood test thus helps to determine whether your body has reacted to a certain allergen. It does so by measuring the levels of allergy antibodies present in the bloodstream.
When it comes to addressing mite allergies, our doctors can offer effective solutions through oral medication. For allergies related to other common allergens, we employ a multifaceted approach to treatment. This includes oral medications, creams, and infusion therapies.
Sublingual immunotherapy is a therapy that treats the cause of allergy by giving small doses of what a person is allergic to, which increases “immunity” or tolerance to the allergen and reduces the allergic symptoms.
A patient must perform allergy testing to find the causes of allergy. Then a custom-mixed vial of drops is prepared for the patient. The patient takes drops under the tongue daily. During the first 4 months called the escalation phase, the dosage is gradually increased. After that in the maintenance phase, the patient takes the same drops each day.
Allergy symptoms are classified as mild, moderate or severe:
Allergies are your body’s reaction to a substance it views as a harmful “invader.” For example, coming into contact with what is normally a harmless substance, such as pollen, might cause your immune system (your body’s defence system) to react. Substances that cause these reactions are called allergens.
Dr. Kaarthig Ganesamoorthy
MBBS, Cert. Men’s Health, International Medical University (IMU)
Dr. Sijitirah Rajah
MBBS (Bangalore), MSU (International Medical School)
Dr. Yeoh Wei Siang
MBBS, International Medical University (IMU)
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