Allergy Mushroom test is done on a sample of blood to measure the
level of IgE antibodies in your blood.It is a blood test to confirm
Mushroom allergy and are also done during and after the treatment of
Mushroom Allergy. More commonly known as Allergy Mushroom
Enzyme Assay. Symptoms which can lead your doctor to order this test
1.abdominal bloating, constipation, and diarrhea.
2.anxiety and depression.
3.hives and psoriasis.
4.impotence and infertility.
5.menstrual problems. ( in women )
6.respiratory and ear problems.
7.unexpected weight gain.
Make sure to wear a short-sleeved shirt or a shirt with sleeves that you can easily roll up.No special preparation needed for the Allergy Mushroom blood test. There’s no need to adjust your diet. You can both eat and drink normally.However, your doctor may require that you fast for a specific amount of time before the test. That’s common if the blood sample is required for additional testing. Your doctor will give you specific instructions.
The normal result for Allergy Mushroom Enzyme Blood Test for IgE
Antibodies if increased IgE (>100kU/l) is seen. This means the person is
allergic to mushroom or yeast for unisex gender and for all age the
groups. The doctor will give you some medications along with a list of
items you can eat and drink normally:
Items that you can eat or drink freely include:
1.soda breads, which should be yeast-free.
3.protein ( as unprocessed meat and fish )
9.grains, e.g; brown rice, corn, barley, and rye.
The goal of this test is to measure the amount of the immunoglobin E
(IgE) antibody in your blood.
During this test, a lab technician will draw blood from a vein, generally
from the inside of your elbow.
The lab assistant will:
1.clean your skin with an antiseptic wipe.
2.place an elastic band around your upper arm to help the vein swell
3.insert a needle in the your and collects the required amount of blood.
4.cover the area with a bandage to stop any bleeding.
5.label your sample and send it to a lab for analysis.
All age groups