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How is nut allergy testing and de-sensitizing done? Orally? Shots?
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Dr. Paul Carter
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Nut Allergy
Testing for nut allergy can be done either by skin test or by blood testing.
There is no currently available desensitization for nuts, outside of that being done for clinical research. If someone offers you nut allergy desensitization, be very skeptical.

In brief: Nut Allergy
Testing for nut allergy can be done either by skin test or by blood testing.
There is no currently available desensitization for nuts, outside of that being done for clinical research. If someone offers you nut allergy desensitization, be very skeptical.
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