Stone Fruit, Rosaceae family 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.
*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.
Stone Fruit, Rosaceae Family Allergy Test
The Stone Fruit, also known as the Rosaceae Family of fruits have a huge allergic impact on people. While the majority of people with stone fruit allergies can safely eat cooked fruit, there is always the risk of a severe reaction. That’s where Total IgE Stone Fruit Allergy Blood Testing comes in. With this test, you can find out if you’re truly allergic to stone fruits, and if so, how severe your allergy is. London Blood Tests offers Stone Fruit, Rosaceae Family Allergy blood test which contains the following allergens:
Private Stone Fruit Allergy Test
You can book a Stone Fruit 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.
Stone Fruit allergy at Home Test
If necessary, London Blood Tests can provide a Stone fruit 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.
What are the symptoms of Stone Fruit allergy?
Stone fruit allergy is a reaction to a protein found in the Rosaceae family of fruits. This family includes peaches, plums, apples, pears, cherries, and apricots.
People with stone fruit allergy may experience:
Symptoms usually appear within minutes after eating stone fruit or coming into contact with the skin or juices of the fruit. Stone fruit allergy is different from oral allergy syndrome, which is a milder reaction that occurs when the body mistakes pollen for a food allergen. People with oral allergy syndrome may experience itchiness and swelling of the lips, mouth, and throat after eating raw stone fruit. However, cooked stone fruit does not usually cause these symptoms. Allergy testing can help confirm whether you have a stone fruit allergy. Treatment focuses on avoiding stone fruits and managing symptoms with antihistamines and other medications. In severe cases, you may need to carry an epinephrine auto-injector with you in case of accidental exposure. Stone fruit allergy is relatively rare, but it can be a serious condition. If you think you may be allergic to Rosaceae family fruits, talk to one of our clinics’ specialists for more information.
What are the benefits of blood testing for Stone Fruit, Rosaceae Family Fruit allergy?
Allergy testing is a vital tool in the diagnosis and management of stone fruit allergies. Blood tests can help to identify the specific allergens that trigger an allergic reaction, and they can also be used to determine the level of sensitization. In some cases, blood tests may also be used to monitor the response to allergy treatment. While skin prick tests are generally considered to be the gold standard for allergy testing, blood tests have several advantages. They are less invasive than skin prick tests, and they can be performed on people who are unable to tolerate skin prick testing. In addition, blood tests can be used to test for allergies to stone fruits that are not available for skin prick testing, such as cherries and plums. As a result, blood testing is an important tool in the diagnosis and management of stone fruit allergies.
How does the Stone Fruit, Rosaceae Family Fruit allergy testing work?
The stone fruit allergy blood test works by testing for the presence of antibodies to stone fruits in the blood. Stone fruits are a type of fruit that belongs to the Rosaceae family, which includes cherries, apricots, plums, and peaches. The stone fruit allergy is caused by an immune reaction to proteins found in the flesh and seeds of these fruits. Symptoms of the allergy can range from mild (such as itching and swelling) to severe (such as anaphylaxis). The stone fruit allergy test can help to diagnose the allergy and determine whether it is severe enough to require avoidance of stone fruits.