Soya Bean Allergy Test in Mumbai

7991500

Includes 1 Parameter

46% off for a limited period

FastingNot Required
Get reports in5 days

What is it for ?

Allergy: Soya Bean By EIA

Sample Type

Blood

test Instructions

  • Age Group: 5+ Years

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Included Tests

Package includes following parameters

Soya Bean (1)

  • Soya Bean

Allergy Soyabean Test in Mumbai

A soyabean allergy test is a type of blood test that is used to determine if a person is allergic to soy. The test measures the amount of IgE antibodies in a person’s blood, which is produced when the body reacts to an allergen, such as soy.

The results of the test can be used to diagnose a soy allergy and to inform treatment choices.

Soy allergies are relatively common, and it is recommended that anyone who suspects they may be allergic to soy undergo an allergy test.

Some of the symptoms of a soy allergy include skin reactions, respiratory issues, and digestive problems. Knowing whether or not you are allergic to soy can help to prevent an allergic response and ensure that you are avoiding foods that could cause a reaction. 

It is also essential for individuals with a soy allergy to be aware of hidden sources of soy, such as in processed foods or medicines. 

An allergy test can help people with soy allergies stay safe and healthy.

Soybean Allergy Test Details:

Name of The Test Allergy: Soyabean Test
Sample Type Blood
Number Of Tests 1
Actual Test Price 1500
Discounted Test Price 799
Home Sample Collection Available
Additional Cost For Home Sample Collection Not Required
Fasting Before Test No special preparation required
Get Reports Within 4 Days

Schedule your test with Redcliffe Labs today!

At Redcliffe Labs, we pride ourselves on offering the most reliable soyabean allergy test in Mumbai at an affordable price. Our state-of-the-art laboratory is staffed by a team of highly trained specialists and technologists, all dedicated to providing top-quality testing services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should get a soybean allergy test?
Anyone experiencing symptoms of a soybean allergy, such as skin rash, hives, sneezing, coughing, or shortness of breath after eating soy products, should consider getting a soybean allergy test.
    Is the soybean allergy test painful?
    No, the soybean allergy test is not painful. The test involves a simple skin prick procedure that causes minimal discomfort.
      How long does it take to get the test results?
      The results of the test are usually available within 4 days. Redcliffe Labs is committed to providing fast results for your health checkups so that you can begin the appropriate treatment and medication without delay.
        What should I do if the test comes back positive?
        If the test comes back positive, it is essential to follow your doctor’s instructions for managing your soybean allergy. This may include avoiding soy products or taking medications to treat your symptoms.

          46% off for a limited period

          Frequently Asked Questions

          Who should get a soybean allergy test?
          Anyone experiencing symptoms of a soybean allergy, such as skin rash, hives, sneezing, coughing, or shortness of breath after eating soy products, should consider getting a soybean allergy test.
            Is the soybean allergy test painful?
            No, the soybean allergy test is not painful. The test involves a simple skin prick procedure that causes minimal discomfort.
              How long does it take to get the test results?
              The results of the test are usually available within 4 days. Redcliffe Labs is committed to providing fast results for your health checkups so that you can begin the appropriate treatment and medication without delay.
                What should I do if the test comes back positive?
                If the test comes back positive, it is essential to follow your doctor’s instructions for managing your soybean allergy. This may include avoiding soy products or taking medications to treat your symptoms.