Summer allergies

Summer allergies are very common because we are outdoors more often due to the weather. Summer allergies usually start in June and end in September, with symptoms peaking in June and July.

Autumn Allergies

The most prevalent allergen during this period is pollen from weeds, which, while flowering in August, continue to produce pollen until September or even October. A large percentage, about 75%, of people who are allergic to spring plant pollen are also allergic to weeds.

Allergies at school

Allergies in the school environment are very common in children when they are exposed to various allergens. The school environment can be the trigger for the onset of allergic symptoms for your child. Children have allergies at a rate of 25% and the school environment is flooded with a plethora of allergens that can trigger allergic symptoms.

LTT-Test for lymphocyte transformation

The Lymphocyte Transformation Test (LTT) is an ex vivo diagnostic tool used for the detection of delayed-type allergic reactions, in which T lymphocytes that have been sensitised by an allergen are transformed

Seasonal allergy – Allergic rhinitis

Seasonal allergy, also known as hay fever, is a condition in which the immune system of people who are allergic to pollen treats pollen particles as “invaders”. Seasonal allergy occurs at certain times of the year and more specifically when plants and insects release tiny pollen particles into the air to pollinate other plants.