Having an Allergy Test to see if you have a particular food allergy/sensitivity/intolerance at MUMS Solihull is easy. We offer simple blood tests but combine a number of different substances together to make a profile to give you a bigger picture of what type of food you may be allergic to or intolerant of.
You may choose to have this test within a GP Consultation to discuss your history and symptoms.
The Consultation with our experienced GPs is £95.00. The GP will perform the Milk and Milk Proteins Allergy blood test and explain the results to you.
You may choose to have a simple £25.00 Phlebotomy appointment in which to be tested with this MILK and Milk Proteins Profile Allergy Test. However – if the results are showing abnormalities then you will need a GP consultation to have the results explained to you.
Milk and Milk Proteins Allergy Test costs £175.00
The MILK and MILK Proteins Allergy Test includes common allergens such as :
Results are back in 2 days.
You may wish to know if you are intolerant or allergic to any of the above.
You may well think you are allergic to Milk and Milk Proteins.
You may not know what you are allergic to and want to find out to avoid any of the above.
Cows milk allergy is common and most common in infants. The allergy presents itself with rashes, digestive discomfort and wheezing.
Cows' milk allergy (CMA), also called cows' milk protein allergy, is one of the most common childhood food allergies. It is estimated to affect around 7% of babies under 1, though most children grow out of it by the age of 5.
Our GPs can advise when to try alternatives such as soy milk and calcium replacement.
Our GPs test allergies in children and adults and offer advice and testing 6 days a week.
Lactose intolerance can be unpleasant and can cause wind and bloating and abdominal discomfort.
If you think your child has an allergy to dairy products book an appointment with one of MUMS Private GPs. A consultation costs £85.00 and this test costs £175.00.
There is a huge difference between intolerance and allergy. Milk allergy is an immune condition whereas intolerance is not.
Milk allergy is an abnormal response by the body's immune system to milk and products containing milk.
Immune conditions can potentially be life threatening whereas intolerances are not.
Our allergy component testing may be a better option for you than our single allergy tests.