Our centre offers the full range of blood tests to identify the exact cause of allergies. Our test range is probably the largest in Lithuania.

In order to save you time and money, we recommend that allergy tests are performed after a consultation with an allergist and a clinical immunologist, because the type of test required depends on many individual factors.

Once the cause of an allergy has been correctly established, you will know what should be changed in your eating patterns, living environment and other habits, and will be able to avoid allergic reactions. The quality of your life will not only become better, you will also protect yourself from possible complications.

Allergy testing price

Service
Regular price Regular For clients who are not covered by compulsory health insurance
Determintaion of specific IgE for II alergen (20 inhaled): Der. Pteronyssinus, Der. Farinae, cat, dog, horse, guinea pig, rabbit, hamster, a mixture of cage birds (budgies, chickens, canaries and goose feathers),

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IgG4 against one allergen or one allergen component

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Immunoglobuline E (IgE)

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One allergen component

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Specific IgE evaluation ( 20 food allergens) Eggs, milk, yeast: Egg white, Egg yolk, Milk, Yeast Grains: Wheat flour, Rye flour, Rice, Soy nuts: Peanuts, Hazelnuts

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Specific IgE evaluation ( 20 inhalant allergens). Herbs and trees.

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Specific IgE evaluation ( Food allergens 32 isolated + 9 in mix)

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Specific IgE evaluation (by list of allergens)

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Specific IgE evaluation (LT - atopic allergens 31 isolated + 17 in mix)

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Specific IgE evaluation (Peru - atopic allergens 33 isolated + 2 in mix)

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Specific IgE evaluation (set of 17 isolated + 41 in mix inhaled allergens)

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Specific IgE evaluation (set of 20 atopic allergens) Inhaled allergens: Timothy-grass, Rye, Birch, Artemisia, Cat, Dog, Horse, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, Cladosporium herbarum, Alternaria alternata food allergens

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Specific IgE evaluation (set of 27 mixed allergens) Herbs and trees: Herb mix (Timothy-grass and rye), Birch, Mugwort
House dust mites:Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, Dermatophagoides farinae
Animal allergens

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Tryptase

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What factors affect the price?

The prices indicated below apply to citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Union.
If you are coming from another country please check the price by telephoning or sending an email.

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When are the examinations are carried out:

The time of specific tests and associated data are presented here.
The time of pathology and citology examinations here.

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Why it is worth

To be examined at our Centre?

  • Our centre offers probably the largest range of blood allergy tests.
  • The main test results are available within 1-2 hrs.
  • We perform high quality tests which has been confirmed by the ISO 15189 certification of our laboratory.
  • The results of the tests performed in our laboratory are explained by our staff, a service that is provided by only a few laboratories in the country.
  • Within 7 days after the sample collection, if required, we can carry out additional allergy tests using the same blood sample. This is an important consideration for children and patients from other cities and towns!
  • There is no risk of damage or mix-up of test samples during transportation.

Good to know

Allergy tests are recommended for those who suffer allergy-like symptoms or have a family history of allergies. As much as 85% of allergies are caused by genetic factors.

The blood test measures the level of IgE, a type of antibody. Higher amounts can be a sign that the body overreacts to allergens. A specific IgE allergen test helps to assess the risk of allergic reactions and predict the risk of developing an allergy. 
The allergy test profiles that will be used depend on the type of allergy.

Food allergy. The food allergen test kits are usually used for food allergen detection.

Allergic rhinitis (hay fever). This is a seasonal allergy with symptoms occurring when certain plants are flowering and pollinating. The inhalant allergens are detected using the inhalation, atopy or cross-reactions allergen test kits.

Pet allergy. This allergy is triggered by exposure to proteins in the pet's epidermis, fur and saliva. The inhalation, atopy or cross-reactions allergen test kits are used to diagnose this allergy.

Dust mite and mould allergy. Among the most common symptoms are itchy watery eyes, a congested and runny nose. The inhalation, atopy or cross-reactions allergen test kits are used to diagnose this allergy.

Allergy to insect bites and stings (bee, wasp, yellow jacket). The stings often cause a severe reaction and swelling, including an anaphylactic reaction. This allergy is diagnosed with the help of the cross-reactions allergen profiles.

Allergy to chemicals, latex and cosmetics. The allergy mostly manifests itself in a rash and hives.
This allergy is diagnosed with the help of the cross-reactions allergen profiles.

Allergy tests are most accurate when performed when the allergy is at its worst. We recommend that patients try to be in more contact with possible allergens for several days before the tests; patients could spend more time outdoors, have more contact with pets and consume different foods.

You do not need to book a blood allergy test in advance. You can simply call in at the reception.

  • The results of the most popular tests are usually ready in 1-2 hours. 
    Individual specific allergen tests are sometimes sent to laboratories in Germany. In this case the results are available in 20 working days.
    They can be collected at the reception, or we can email them to you upon request.
  • If you wish to have your test results explained, please call the laboratory on (8 5) 247 64 17.

Doctors

Assoc. prof., MD  Blaziene Audra
Assoc. prof., MD Blaziene Audra

Allergologist and clinical immunologist, Pulmonologist

Assoc. prof., MD Blaziene Audra

Allergologist and clinical immunologist, Pulmonologist

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Korsakiene Zivile
Korsakiene Zivile

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

Korsakiene Zivile

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

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Stirbiene Neringa
Stirbiene Neringa

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

Stirbiene Neringa

Allergologist and clinical immunologist

  • LT, EN
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FAQ (frequently asked questions)

Having assessed your condition and the test results, your allergist or clinical immunologist may refer you for additional skin prick or patch allergy tests.

It is important to understand that allergy treatment may require the involvement of several different professionals. For example, if a food allergy has been diagnosed, an allergist often needs to work together with a gastroenterologist and a dermatologist. The food allergy may manifest itself in different ways. In children it may trigger atopic dermatitis, and in adults it often causes hives, gastritis, enterocolitis or anaphylactic reaction. When treating patients with allergic rhinitis we consult with ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctors.

Please do not postpone important decisions - take care of yourself now!

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