Your primary healthcare advisor will ask you questions about the symptoms. After that, they might perform a physical exam to rule out any other medical complications.
Given below are the tests that are commonly recommended:
In this test, the skin is pricked and is then exposed to the proteins found in shellfish. In case a person has a seafood allergy then they might develop skin lesions on the exposed surfaces.
This blood test is known as the allergen-specific IgE antibody test. It is also known as the radioallergosorbent test. In this test, the immune system response to the production of IgE is measured.