Find out what triggers your allergy, asthma or eczema
Discuss test results with a clinician
Fast, precise and affordable
Answer a few easy questions to determine the best allergy test for you.
Take the test by providing a small blood sample at home or in a lab.
Meet with a Curex clinician online to review your results and develop and allergy action plan.
$25 + copay
I've seen significant improvement in my allergy symptoms since starting allergy immunotherapy. I love the convenience of meeting with my clinician online.
I've been an ongoing allergy sufferer for 20+ years. I've tried everything—and nothing helped. Then I found Curex I am literally happier than I've ever been. I sleep better and have more energy and I can breathe through my nose for the first time in like 20 years!
Before I started taking Curex, I could barely be around animals—and my family is surrounded by furry friends. Since I found Curex, I've done a 180: I don’t shy away from animals and I have two cats I can cuddle! I love how non-intrusive and simple it is to use.
In recent years, I've developed allergy symptoms to dogs and cats, which is difficult because my family has both! Since starting Curex, I've noticed less sneezing, shortness of breath, and wheezing when I'm around dogs. I can now be around my parents' dogs without worrying about a reaction!
The IgE test measures your immune system's underlying reactivity to certain allergens. Medical professionals use IgE test results, together with your health history, to establish a diagnosis and understand what is triggering your allergy, asthma or eczema symptoms.
Allergy tests are commonly used to detect indoor, outdoor or pet allergens. Common allergens include cat, dog, dust, molds, grasses, weeds and tree pollens. Currently we do not recommend or provide IgE testing for food allergens.
We offer all common types of IgE allergy testing. This includes getting (i) tested in a local lab, (ii) having a phlebotomist come to your home or office to do a blood draw (the blood sample is then delivered to a lab for testing), or (iii) at-home self-collection test. After you answer our short quiz, a clinician will help you determine the right test for you and will order it to you.
No medical test is perfect. Generally, we consider FDA approved tests like ImmunoCAP and Immulite to have the highest accuracy. However they could be expensive (depending on your insurance) and require a blood draw by a phlebotomist. At-home self-collection tests are CLIA-certified lab developed tests that are normally a bit less accurate but are more convenient and affordable. We only recommend tests that have an expected sensitivity and specificity of above 90%.
The test is taken in the comfort of your own home. We ship you a kit with all the items you need to collect a small blood sample via finger prick. You then send the sample to our lab partner using a prepaid shipping envelope we provide. You can check out video instructions for our collection process here:
No, unlike skin scratch tests, allergy blood testing allows you to continue your regular diet, as well as any medications you may be taking.