Skin prick testing is the most common method of allergy testing. In this test, the skin is slightly pricked while a small drop of allergen is exposed to the skin for about 15-20 minutes. Your physician will then monitor the skin for signs of an allergic reaction, including redness and swelling. You can expect to experience some discomfort when your skin is being pricked, and also some itchiness while the allergens are allowed to react. Afterward, We will help you to develop a treatment plan by using immunotherapy and alleviate your allergy symptoms and help you get back to normal.