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Comprehensive Allergy Test

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About the test

With the cerascreen® Comprehensive Allergy Test sample kit you can determine the concentration of IgE antibodies against 61 common allergens towards foods, pollen, animal hair and more. The test is specifically designed to screen for tree and grass pollens, dog, cat and horse hair, various foods, dust mites and latex.

Allergies can have many triggers and symptoms of an allergic reaction can include anything from colds, coughs and itchy eyes to skin rashes and an upset stomach. But are they caused by pollen, pet hair, house dust or certain foods? It is often difficult to tell when you go about your daily business. This comprehensive allergy test can help.

Comprehensive Allergy Test

  • Take your sample at home – conveniently and discreetly
  • Receive a state-of-the-art laboratory analysis
  • Have potential cross-allergies detected
  • Benefit from specific recommendations on how to live with an allergy
  • Receive the result within a few days after your sample’s arrival at the laboratory

Please note: An increased number of certain IgE antibodies is a good initial indication that you have an allergy. For a definitive diagnosis, please consult a doctor who is experienced in allergy diagnosis.


Benefits of the Comprehensive Allergy Test

A comprehensive allergy test will help you be weary of possible allergy triggers that you may not have thought of. This IgE test covers food, pollen, animal hair, dust mites and latex – and therefore a large proportion of common allergens.

Take your sample for the cerascreen® Comprehensive Allergy Test at home, without having to spend hours at the doctor's or waiting for an appointment slot! The test is a blood test, for which you only need a small finger prick of blood. A prick test (skin test) at your GP requires numerous small pricks on your skin, often accompanied by redness and itching that lasts for several days – afterwards, a blood test is often also performed.

Benefit from our expertise: cerascreen® is the market leader for medical sampling and submission kits in Europe, with eight years of experience in test development and analysis. We have developed more than 50 approved send-in test kits (medical devices), evaluated 250,000 samples and serve 19 countries in Europe – and now the United States.

Results Comprehensive Allergy Test

Result of the Comprehensive Allergy Test

As soon as your sample has been analysed, you will receive your results report via the My cerascreen® app or your user account on our website. You can easily view the report on your smartphone, tablet or computer and print it out, if required.

The laboratory analysis will tell you the concentration of specific IgE antibodies against the 61 allergens tested in your blood. Learn how to recognise cross-allergies and how to alleviate allergy symptoms in your everyday life with our recommendations for action. Our comprehensive health information furthermore explains what happens in the body with allergies and cross-allergies.


Frequently asked questions about Comprehensive Allergy Test

Why test for common allergies?

Allergies are widespread and have become more and more common over the past few decades. The most common are allergies to pollen, animal hair and dust mites. But other triggers, such as food, also play a role – and these allergies are often difficult to recognise in day-to-day life.

If you have allergic symptoms and cannot determine the cause, an IgE test can be of great help. With our Big Allergy Test, you can cover a range of possible triggers and investigate allergies you might not have thought or heard of. You can also screen for cross-reactions – these cross-reactions often cause people to react to other substances, usually foods, because of their allergy.

Who should take the Comprehensive Allergy Test?

IgE allergy testing can be useful for anyone who suffers from allergy symptoms and has not yet found the exact cause of their symptoms.

Many people think that if they did not develop allergies as a child, they will not develop them as an adult. This is not the case. It is true that many allergies develop in childhood, but in some cases, adults can develop allergies too.

How does the IgE blood test work?

To do the IgE allergy test, you take a small sample of blood from your fingertip with a lancet. You only need a few drops of blood. Place the drops on two dried blood spot cards – this way, you only have to take a very small amount of blood, and the sample can be stored for a long time.

The sample is sent free of charge to our specialised medical laboratory in a return envelope. The laboratory analyses the number of IgE antibodies against 61 different allergens. After the lab analysis, you will receive a notification telling you to access your results report via your online account or the My cerascreen® app.

Please note that the most meaningful results will only be obtained if you have had regular contact with the allergen in the two weeks or so prior to sampling. Some medications, for example antihistamines, can also influence the result.

What will the results tell me?

The Comprehensive Allergy Test results report tells you which allergens are responsible for the highest amounts of IgE antibodies in your blood. You will find out how strongly you reacted to these allergens, if at all.

A table in the report shows how sensitised you are to the 61 allergens tested. This sensitisation represents the likelihood of your immune system having an allergic reaction to various triggers. This – together with existing symptoms – is an indication that you have an allergy.

The report also lets you know if you have any cross-allergies, which occur when your body reacts to allergens with a similar protein structure.

Which recommendations will I receive after the test?

Elevated IgE levels are a sign of allergy but are not an official diagnosis. High IgE values are not always accompanied by symptoms and sometimes do not cause any health problems. You can use the results from the Big Allergy Test as an initial indication to allow you to then look more closely at your symptoms and how these could be linked with triggers in your daily life.

A reliable allergy diagnosis can only be made by doctors who, in addition to the test results, will take into account the history of your symptoms. As a rule, you will also receive further recommendations for action from them.

In addition, you will receive information about possible cross-allergies, which often develop between pollen and food or between house dust and shellfish, for example.

The results report also gives you advice on how to optimise your gut health. Healthy gut flora can possibly help prevent allergies and perhaps even reduce the impact of allergic reactions in those affected.

Which allergens are analysed?

The cerascreen® Comprehensive Allergy Test measures the concentration of IgE antibodies against 61 different allergens.

Pollen: Ragweed, mugwort, ribbed grass, glasswort, prickly pear, alder, birch, hazelnut, olive, poplar, cypress, dogtooth grass, bahia, grass mix, timothy grass, rye

Animal hair: mite mix, cat, horse, dog, cockroach mix

Vegetables: tomato, carrot, celery, garlic, onion, green bean, potato

Fruit: banana, orange, strawberry, apple, peach, kiwi, pineapple, mango

Animal products: egg white, milk, cod, salmon, tuna, shrimp, beef, lamb, chicken

Cereals: wheat, barley, oats, corn, rice

Nuts, seeds and legumes: hazelnut, almond, peanut, sesame, soya

Others: mustard, ginger, latex, Cladosporium herbarum

What are IgE antibodies?

If you have an allergy, your body’s defence is disrupted. Specific immunoglobulin E (IgE), your immune system’s antibodies, play a central role in allergic reactions.

During an allergic reaction, your immune system produces too many of these specific IgE antibodies in your body. When they encounter harmless proteins found, for example, in food, animal hair, pollen and dust mites, they stop your immune system from functioning normally. As a result, mast cells, a type of immune cell, release a messenger substance called histamine. Histamine then causes inflammation, which, in turn, leads to typical allergy symptoms.

What symptoms do you have if you have an allergy?

The most common allergies, for which we screen in this IgE allergy test, are allergies where symptoms appear immediately or shortly after contact with the respective allergens.

Typical allergy symptoms are:

  • Asthma, coughing and breathing difficulties
  • Rhinitis, sneezing and inflamed nose
  • Itching and burning of the eyes
  • Skin rashes
  • Swelling of the eyes, mouth or throat
  • Gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhoea and constipation

What consequences can an allergy have?

Allergies are naturally unpleasant. Some, like pollen allergies, recur every year and are difficult to avoid. Others, such as food allergies, restrict many people in terms of what they can eat, while dust mite allergies mean that people have to rearrange their homes.

In addition, untreated allergies can be accompanied by a number of secondary symptoms. This is particularly the case for allergies, such as pollen, pets and dust mites. They can increase the risk of long-term allergic asthma if you are constantly exposed to allergens. If your mucous membranes are constantly irritated, your risk of developing sinusitis also increases.

What are cross-allergies?

With an allergy, your immune system reacts to allergens, which are certain proteins present in food, pollen, animal dander, etc. These allergens are sometimes very similar in their chemical structure, which can trigger a cross-reaction. This is where your body reacts to certain substances because you are allergic to other substances.

Cross-reactions between pollen allergy and certain types of fruit, vegetables and nuts are the most common. People who are allergic to birch pollen exhibit allergy symptoms when they eat fruit, often apples, for example. Typical symptoms are a tingling sensation in your mouth, itching or burning in the mouth area or facial swelling.

Why are children under 18 not allowed to take the test?

Our tests are not suitable for underage children and adolescents under the age of 18. Under 18s cannot activate the tests online and therefore cannot receive a test result. We ask that you do not administer the tests to your children either.

Children and adolescents need much closer supervision and counselling regarding medical tests and their interpretation. Testing with lancets and chemicals is not without risk and would need to be closely supervised by guardians. In addition, the reference values we give are always based on adult data. In the case of children, the risk of misinterpreting the results would be very high.

We want to fulfil our responsibility as a provider of medical products and ensure that children and adolescents are not unsettled by measurement results that are difficult for them to interpret. Since we cannot control whether the minors' legal guardians actually consent to the test being carried out and supervise them, we exclude tests for under 18s altogether.

If you are under 18 and have purchased a test, please contact our customer support.

Why does it take up to a week for the sample to reach the lab?


Please bear in mind that your results will not be analyzed in the UK but in Germany. For that reason, it can take up to a week for the sample to arrive at the lab. This does not affect the stability of the samples, as the method we are using is optimized for long transports.

Initially, your sample is sent to our collection center in the UK. From there, it is shipped to our central sample sorting facility in Germany, which then distributes samples to our partner laboratories. Once your sample is analyzed there, you will receive a notification and can access your result online.

Please check your mailbox regularly. We will notify you as soon as your sample is sent, arrives, or is analyzed.

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This is how it works

1. Test at home

Your test kit contains everything you need to draw a small sample of blood from your fingertip. Then send the sample back to us free of charge in the enclosed return envelope.

2. View results online

After the evaluation in the medical specialist laboratory, you will have online access to your personal result report.

3. Act

Your access to the test results and the evidence-based findings and tips to improve your health: the my cerascreen® user profile on our website or our app.

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