Allergy Testing Panel

If you experience little to no allergy relief after taking antihistamines, your doctor may schedule you for skin prick testing. The test is performed on the inner forearms and your reactions are measured after 20 minutes. After testing, your allergy nurse will go over your results with you.  

During the procedure, we will test for allergies to the following seasonal and year-round allergens, including dander, fungus, grass, mold, tree pollen, weeds and yeast. 

Antigen What it is Where it is Season
Histamine      
Glycerin      
Timothy  Grass Outside: well-drained soil and fields Summer
Bermuda  Grass Outside: wide zone of adaptation Summer
Johnson Grass Outside Summer
Cat Dander On cat hair Year-round
Dog Dander On dog hair Year-round
Cockroach Dust Indoor Year-round
Birch  Tree pollen Outside Spring
Cottonwood  Tree pollen Outside Spring
Maple Tree pollen Outside Spring
Oak Tree pollen Outside Spring
Red Cedar Tree pollen Outside Spring
White ash Tree pollen Outside Spring
Elm Tree pollen Outside Spring
Hickory/pecan mix Tree pollen Outside Spring
Sycamore Tree pollen Outside Spring
Pine Tree pollen Outside Spring
Black walnut Tree pollen Outside Spring
Mulberry Tree pollen Outside Spring
Sheep sorrel Weed Outside Fall
Ragweed  Weed Outside: along roads and trails Fall
Pigweed  Grass Outside: cultivated or abandoned fields Summer
English plantain  Weed Outside: moist areas, pasture Fall
Aspergillus Fungus Outside: dead leaves, grain, compost piles Year-round
Alternaria  Mold Inside: kitchens, bathrooms Year-round
Penicillium Mold    
Cladosporium Mold    
Mucor Mold    
Acremonium Mold    
DP mite Dust Indoor Year-round
F mite Dust Indoor Year-round
Sweet gum Tree pollen Outside Spring
Sweet gum Tree pollen Outside Spring
Russian olive  Tree pollen Outside Spring
Privet  Tree pollen Outside Spring
Lamb's quarters Weed Outside Fall
Fescue Fungus Outside Year-round
Horse Dander Outside Year-round
Cattle Dander Outside Year-round
Corn smut  Fungus Outside Year-round