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Milk Allergy

An accurate and convenient milk allergy rapid home test will help determine whether you are allergic to cow's milk proteins.


It’s very easy to conduct the milk allergy rapid test at home and you get the result within 40 minutes.


Test yourself and / or your child today if you have at least one of the symptoms:



  • itching, swelling of lips and face;

  • cough, difficulty breathing or wheezing;  

  • asthma, dry / itchy throat and tongue;

  • skin reactions, a rash, hives or eczema;

  • diarrhoea, gases, abdominal pain, vomiting;

  • headache and anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction).


Often, milk allergy can make babies feel ‘uneasy’, refusing food for example. Milk allergies can cause reactions within your body – maybe in just a few minutes, or even up to 7-10 days after consumption of cow's milk.

This test takes 45 seconds
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An accurate and convenient milk allergy rapid home test will help determine whether you are allergic to cow's milk proteins.

It’s very easy to conduct the milk allergy rapid test at home and you get the result within 40 minutes.

Test yourself and / or your child today if you have at least one of the symptoms:

  • itching, swelling of lips and face;
  • cough, difficulty breathing or wheezing;  
  • asthma, dry / itchy throat and tongue;
  • skin reactions, a rash, hives or eczema;
  • diarrhoea, gases, abdominal pain, vomiting;
  • headache and anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction).

Often, milk allergy can make babies feel ‘uneasy’, refusing food for example. Milk allergies can cause reactions within your body – maybe in just a few minutes, or even up to 7-10 days after consumption of cow's milk.

Additional Information

Additional Information

To whom? Children, Women and Men.
Method

How does the milk allergy test work?

The milk allergy rapid home test quickly and easily detects the allergy antibodies (IgE antibodies) that occur in your body and determine if you are allergic to milk proteins.

The test results do not depend on your current diet, and can even be tested if you currently exclude dairy products from your daily intake.

The test is suitable for both adults and children (from age 1). 

What if milk allergy test results positive?

If the milk allergy test has given a positive result (i.e., there is reason to suspect milk allergy), contact your family doctor for advice. 

How to use? Holding the indented side grips of the finger pricker between the thumb and forefinger of your free hand PRESS the white contact piece FIRMLY against the soft pad of your finger tip until a click is heard. With the finger nail still pointing upwards, hold the tube HORIZONTALLY, and touch the tip of the tube to the drop of blood (as in diagram). Continue adding blood to the transfer tube until the blood fills the tip to the lines.
General No
For what gender Both
Sample collection type Blood
Detection method No
Delivery No
Exipry date 31.12.2018
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  • To whom?
    Children, Women and Men.
  • Method

    How does the milk allergy test work?

    The milk allergy rapid home test quickly and easily detects the allergy antibodies (IgE antibodies) that occur in your body and determine if you are allergic to milk proteins.

    The test results do not depend on your current diet, and can even be tested if you currently exclude dairy products from your daily intake.

    The test is suitable for both adults and children (from age 1). 

    What if milk allergy test results positive?

    If the milk allergy test has given a positive result (i.e., there is reason to suspect milk allergy), contact your family doctor for advice. 

  • How to use?
    Holding the indented side grips of the finger pricker between the thumb and forefinger of your free hand PRESS the white contact piece FIRMLY against the soft pad of your finger tip until a click is heard. With the finger nail still pointing upwards, hold the tube HORIZONTALLY, and touch the tip of the tube to the drop of blood (as in diagram). Continue adding blood to the transfer tube until the blood fills the tip to the lines.