Indoor & Outdoor Allergy Test


Identify potential allergies with our Environmental Allergy Test, measuring IgE antibodies to assess your response to common allergens.

Whether it’s a tickle in your throat, itchy, watery eyes, or constant sneezing—respiratory allergies might be the cause. Allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, is a common condition that can affect individuals of all ages. Symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis typically appear in spring, summer, and/or early fall, often triggered by allergic sensitivities to pollens from trees, grasses, or weeds.

This environmental allergy test measures IgE antibodies, which are released by the body in response to allergens. It assesses your body’s immune response to common indoor and outdoor allergens, including pollen, mold, pet and animal dander, dust mites, grasses, and more.

Note: Having measurable IgE for a particular allergen does not guarantee that you will have an allergic reaction when exposed to it. Generally, higher IgE levels are associated with a greater chance of having a true allergy but do not predict the severity of allergic symptoms.

IgE testing alone is not sufficient to diagnose an allergy. Results from this test should be interpreted in the context of your medical history by a healthcare provider or an allergist. Always discuss your results with a healthcare professional before making any allergy diagnosis.