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Nuts and Seeds Allergy Test London

Results will be available within 24 hours of your test(s)

*Please note that an additional £20 phlebotomy charge will be added to your bill. Free phlebotomy on orders over £300. No phlebotomy charge at the Battersea/Nine Elms location. Most competitive prices on the market!

*Please note that if you want more than one for your appointment, you can choose an option when booking and pay for the rest in the clinic.

Nuts and Seeds Allergy at Home Test

If necessary, London Blood Tests can provide a Nuts and Seeds allergy testing package by sending one of our phlebotomists to your preferred location (home or hotel) to collect your blood sample at an additional cost.

Private Nuts and Seeds Allergy Test

You can book a Nuts and Seeds allergy test package online and give your sample to any of our private clinics where our medical professionals will examine your blood sample and send the results via email within 24 hours of the sample being taken.

Did you know

What are a Nuts and Seeds Allergy blood test?

There are many different types of nut allergies, and each can cause different symptoms. Some people may only experience a mild reaction, while others may have a more severe reaction that could potentially be life-threatening. Total IgE nuts and seeds allergy blood testing can help to determine if you are allergic to specific nuts or seeds, and can also help to determine the severity of your allergy. This test can be particularly helpful if you have experienced a severe reaction in the past, as it can help your doctor to develop a treatment plan that will reduce the risk of another reaction occurring.


London Blood Tests Nuts and Seeds Allergy testing includes the following allergens:

  • Almond
  • Brazil Nut
  • Cashew
  • Hazel Nut
  • Macadamia Nut
  • Peanut
  • Pecan
  • Pine Nut
  • Pistachio
  • Poppy Seed
  • Pumpkin Seed
  • Sesame Seed
  • Sunflower Seed
  • Walnut

First, consider getting allergy testing. Allergy tests can help identify what substances you're allergic to and can be done by our trained allergists. You may also want to consider London Blood Tests food allergy tests.

Once you know what substances you're allergic to, there are a few different ways to avoid them and live a healthier life. If you're allergic to pollen, for example, you may need to limit your time outdoors during peak pollen hours, wear a face mask when outdoors, and shower and change clothes after being outdoors. If you're allergic to certain foods, you'll need to avoid those foods and make sure to read labels carefully before eating anything. Whatever your allergy, there are steps you can take to minimize your exposure and live a healthier life.

Symptoms of Nuts and Seeds allergy

A nut allergy is one of the most common food allergies, and symptoms can range from mild to severe. People with a nut allergy may experience:

Seeds are also a common allergy trigger, and symptoms are similar to those of nut allergies.

If you suspect that you or your child has a nut or seeds allergy, it's important to see an allergist for proper diagnosis and treatment. London Blood Tests specialists are here to help.  

With careful avoidance of triggers and the use of emergency medications, people with nut and seed allergies can safely enjoy life.


Tips for living an easier life with Nuts and Seeds allergy

If you have a nut or seed allergy, you're not alone. Nut allergies are some of the most common food allergies, and they can cause a range of symptoms, from mild to life-threatening. But there's no need to let your allergy control your life. With a little planning and caution, you can enjoy all the same activities as everyone else.

Here are some tips for living with a nut allergy or seed allergy:


  • Read labels carefully. Nut and seed allergies are often caused by cross-contamination, so it's important to check labels carefully to make sure a product doesn't contain any traces of nuts or seeds.
  • Avoid public places. If you're worried about exposure to nut or seed allergens, it's best to avoid public places like schools, libraries, and parks where nuts may be present.
  • Keep emergency medication close at hand. In case of exposure to an allergen, it's important to have emergency medication close at hand. Epinephrine auto-injectors can be life-saving in the event of a severe allergic reaction.
  • Talk to your doctor. If you're concerned about your nuts or seeds allergy, talk to your doctor. They can help you manage your allergy and provide guidance on how to avoid exposure to allergens.

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