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Imutest Milk Allergy Self Test
An allergy to cow's milk can significantly affect the life style of allergic individuals as milk and milk-derived proteins are present in a wide range of processed foods.
Simple to use and safe for all the family, the Imutest Milk Allergy Kit detects raised levels of IgE allergy antibodies against cow's milk protein and works in a similar way to hospital lab. allergy tests; determining whether you have a cow's milk allergy is the first step to improving your quality of life by avoiding milk proteins.
The Imutest Milk Allergy Test is designed for people to use at home to test whether they have am allergic sensitivity to cow's milk, which is one of the most common food allergies in children but can affect people of all ages. If you have had what you believe may be an allergic reaction to milk, this home testing kid is ideal it is quick, safe and easy to use in the comfort of your own home and is able to detect raised levels of IgE allergy antibodies against cow's milk protein in a similar way to hospital lab. allergy tests.
Milk allergy symptoms may include; itching, swelling lips and face, coughing, shortness of breath and wheezing, asthma, dry, itchy throat and tongue, itchy skin, rashes and eczema, diarrhea, vomiting, headache or even anaphylaxis.
- Quick and simple home allergy test kit
- Accurate as a doctors allergy test
- No need to send sample away to a laboratory
- Results in about 30 minutes
Imutest allergy test kits are designed for people to use simply and safely in the comfort of their own home. The first step in identifying your milk allergy at home ... in only about 30 minutes.
If your Imutest milk allergy test gives a positive result, Imutest recommends that you visit your GP to discuss your results and discuss how you may manage your allergy to milk.
No - We state that our Allergy Tests are not suitable for children under 6 years old due to the fact that their immune systems are immature and levels of total IgE may be different to those of older children and adults.
Can we suggest you visit your GP to get the appropriate advice.