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Posted by: fana maswabi | 2011-03-20

PHADIOTOP (RAST MIXED INHALANT ALLERGY SCREEN)

I went for couple of allergy test and my result had 3 of POSITIVE VERY HIGH. Phadiotop, bermuda grass and timothy grass. What is Phadiotop and what are the consequencies and how do I manage the allergens?

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Phadiotop is a screen test for inhalant allergens. It contains a mixture of various commonly occuring allergens. If the test is positive a breakdown of the components should be done to identify the spesific allergens causing the symptoms. It seems that this was done on you and Bermuda grass and Timothy grass came up positive. Management: avoid contact with grass. If still symptoms treat with antihistamines or intranasal steroids

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Our users say:
Posted by: Anonymous | 2016-07-22

Hi i went to do the allergy test and it came out with high results on Bermuda grass and moderate on Rye grass.How do i treat this?

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2014-10-27

I allergy test and the phadiotop is very high what can I do to stay healthy s-immunoglobulin e is 164.im coughing dry and it started mid august went to the doctor and antibiotics prescribed.

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Posted by: Sinus Expert | 2011-03-25

Phadiotop is a screen test for inhalant allergens. It contains a mixture of various commonly occuring allergens. If the test is positive a breakdown of the components should be done to identify the spesific allergens causing the symptoms. It seems that this was done on you and Bermuda grass and Timothy grass came up positive. Management: avoid contact with grass. If still symptoms treat with antihistamines or intranasal steroids

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