People may experience quite common everyday symptoms that in fact are caused by allergy. Many people grow so accustomed to living with their symptoms that they never even consider seeking help to get a proper diagnosis – which is necessary to optimize potential treatment and thus increase health and well-being.
Symptoms alone can’t tell
Making an accurate allergy diagnosis can be critical. How do you know whether a child’s symptoms are caused by allergy or not - and if so, to what exactly?
All allergy symptoms and the possible cause of the symptoms should be investigated. A blood test will help determine if the person is allergic, what he or she is allergic to and what allergy triggers (allergens) that should be avoided, if any. A blood test may also rule out allergy.