AllergyGo
1051 E. Nakoma St.
San Antonio, Texas 78216

Have a Question About AllergyGo?

Browse through our list of our most commonly asked questions. If you still need help, simply submit a support ticket, and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.

Have a Question About AllergyGo?

Browse through our list of our most commonly asked questions. If you still need help, simply submit a support ticket, and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.

AllergyGo
1051 E. Nakoma St.
San Antonio, Texas 78216

Testing

How does the test work?

Once you have received your AllergyGo test kit, simply follow the instructions included with your kit. You can also check out our instructional video below for a live demonstration of the test.

 
What is IgE?

Immunoglobulin E, or IgE, is a specific type of antibody found in your body’s immune system.

If you are allergic to a substance, your body will release IgE antibodies into your bloodstream, which then travel to cells that release certain chemicals – such as histamine – causing an allergic reaction to occur.

What's the difference between IgE and IgG?

You may have heard of another type of substance that sounds very similar to IgE, called Immunoglobulin G, or IgG.

IgG is an antibody, like IgE, but found in much higher concentrations in the body than IgE. While it plays a crucial role in our health, and may indicate sensitivity to certain substances, it cannot be used to determine true allergy reactivity, such as the ones that lead to life-threatening anaphylactic reactions.

Because of the unreliability of IgG, AllergyGo’s Comprehensive Allergy Test focuses solely on IgE reactivity – the most reliable indicator of a true allergy.

Why blood testing?

There are many forms of allergy test kits available, including those that utilize hair sample analysis. Unfortunately, the results of non-blood analysis are often inaccurate and unreliable.

Blood testing – specifically for IgE reactivity to specific allergens – is the most conclusive and reliable method of screening for a true allergy.

How many allergens does AllergyGo screen for?

The AllergyGo Comprehensive Allergy Test screens for 120 common allergens, including foods, pollens, molds, animals, and insects – as well as penicillin, latex and total IgE.

For a more detailed list of allergens, check out the Comprehensive Allergy Test product page.

Ordering and shipping

How do I receive a test kit?

First, check out our testing page for more information.

Then proceed through checkout and provide some basic information for our labs – such as your name, age and gender. Once you complete your order, your test kit will arrive within 5-10 days, depending on the shipping method you select at checkout.

What's included with a test kit?

Everything you need to complete your allergy test is provided with our test kits. Each kit contains the following:

 
  • Test instructions (you can also view test instructions here)
  • Lab authorization form
  • Alcohol prep wipe
  • Finger lancet
  • Gauze pad
  • Blood drop collection card
  • Small bandage
  • Biohazard bag
  • Prepaid envelope (for returning your test)
How long does it take to get my results?

Once you’ve received your test kit and sent in your completed blood sample, you can expect to receive your test results within 2 weeks.

At that time, you’ll receive a secure email from us with specific test results for each of the 120 allergens screened for in our Comprehensive Allergy Test.

Does the test kit expire?

While the AllergyGo test kit does not expire prior to use, we do recommend completing your test as soon as you are able to, in order to avoid any unintentional damage to your test kit.

In addition, please be aware that once you have completed the blood drop test, your sample card DOES expire, so please remember to wait no more than 14 days to send in your sample once you have performed the test. After 14 days, we cannot ensure the reliability of the results, and therefore will be unable to process your sample at our labs.

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The services on this website are provided by ARRAYIT CORPORATION, a Nevada corporation (“Arrayit”) and ALLERGYGO, LLC, a Texas limited liability company (“AllergyGo”). Arrayit is in the business of developing and manufacturing certain proprietary life science technologies for disease prevention and treatment, specifically including advanced blood card technology with IgE microarray testing for allergens (“Tests”), and AllergyGo is in the business of marketing and distributing allergy testing products.

The information on this website has not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is considered for educational purposes only. The services on this website are not provided in New York state due to New York Consolidated Laws, Public Health Law (NYSPHL), section 574. The information is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease and/ or as a substitute for the advice or medical care of a qualified healthcare professional. You should seek the advice of your healthcare professional before undertaking any dietary or lifestyle changes. Arrayit and/ or AllergyGo are not responsible or liable for any use or interpretation of the information provided or any reliance thereon in any form whatsoever.