Allergy, Individual Marker, BEEF
Understanding Allergy, Individual Marker, BEEF
What is Allergy, Individual Marker, BEEF?
A beef allergy test uses blood samples to ascertain whether an individual is allergic to beef or not. Such allergies can take place at any time in one’s life, and are commonly caused by the bite of a lone star tick. People allergic to beef or any other red meat tend to experience symptoms only 3 to 6 hours after exposure. Some of the most recurrent symptoms include itching, sneezing, and headaches.
Generally, people diagnosed with an IgE value of 3.92 kU/L or more are at a high risk of beef allergies. In the case of an emergency, a dose of epinephrine is preferred by physicians. Doctors typically advise patients to avoid red meat in case of allergy prone patients.