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Allergy Clinic Harley Street

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Map and directions: Oxford Circus tube station or Bond Street tube station

Our address: London Allergy and Immunology Centre @ Harley Street

Our clinic is on Ground Floor separate entrance from Wigmore Street

1 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QD

(Corner building Harley street and Wigmore street)

 

02031433449

Nasal endoscopy clinic as well as MRI CT scan and Ultrasound appointments

27 Harley Street W1G 9QP Tuesdays 12-1pm

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Harley Street Allergy Clinic

City of London Allergy Clinic

East London Allergy Clinic

Allergy Clinic Harley Street provides comprehensive allergy testing and treatment for hay fever and asthma, skin problems including rashes and swellings, immune conditions, frequent illnesses, frequent herpes – cold sores, chronic tiredness and fatigue related to infection and immunity. Our consultants in Allergy Clinic Harley Street can help self pay patients and members insured with major private insurance companies.

You can book appointment on-line directly in the Allergy Clinic Harley Street with our consultants
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If you have any questions please e-mail our friendly customer support of call 02031433449
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What to expect during Allergy appointment in the Allergy Clinic:

Please bring all relevant medical documents, test results and list of your medication (if you take inhalers for asthma please bring them with you).

Skin prick allergy testing is one of the tests used it involves placing drops of allergens on patient’s skin (forearm or back), then allergy consultant will apply some pressure through the drop with a special sterile device (this will introduce allergen in the upper layer of the skin). Results of the allergy testing is usually read in 15 minutes and interpreted on  site in line with the patient’s history.

Please make sure that you avoid antihistamines 2 days before your appointment in the clinic. If you can’t stop antihistamines before your allergy testing appointment in the Allergy Clinic there is a range of other types of allergy tests instead of skin prick test please tell  your consultant or e-mail this to our customer support.

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