Hello and hope you are doing well.
Try to detect the allergens. Consult an allergy specialist. First he may do a blood IgE levels to see if they are raised. Next, he will do skin testing. This test is painless, in which a very small amount of certain allergens are pricked into the surface of your skin. If you have allergies, just a little swelling will occur where the allergen was introduced. Reactions occur within about 15 minutes. If needed more sensitive intradermal tests will be used in which a small amount of allergen is injected within the skin. Based on this he may plan for immunotherapy.
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Hi thanks for the advice. I'm going to ask my doctor for another allergy test. I've had a round 3 skin ***** tests done before, for the blood lgE levels do that require taking a blood test? Im off to the doctors tomorrow night.