To undertake the ImuPro test, either a finger prick blood sample (ImuPro Screen) or serum blood sample (ImuPro Basic or ImuPro Complete) is required. Once your sample has been taken, it will be sent to us at MDS where it will be analysed.
Note: Please consult your practitioner before undertaking the ImuPro test in order to discuss whether IgG food hypersensitivity testing may be a helpful approach for you to explore.
How it works:
If your own practitioner has not referred you for the ImuPro test, contact a Health Practitioner associated with WellPro or MDS head office.
Choose your ImuPro option.
If your practitioner has requested the ImuPro Screen, they will take a finger prick blood sample from you or give you the kit to take the sample yourself. You can view the video here on how to take your sample, and instructions will also be sent with the kit. The blood collection kit will then be sent to our lab for testing after it has air dried overnight.
If you are having the ImuPro Basic or ImuPro Complete tests, you may have your blood sample taken by your health practitioner or at Dis-Chem clinics (please download the relevant form from our ‘Forms’ page), Wellness Warehouse on Kloof Street (Cape Town) or if you are in KZN, then your sample can be taken at Ampath laboratories. Your sample will be sent to MDS. Alternatively, contact us at MDS head office in Westville, Durban, to make an appointment for your sample to be taken.
MDS will perform the ImuPro test within 10-14 working days of receiving your sample and payment.
You will then receive your personal test results via email or from your health practitioner.
Consult your health practitioner to discuss your results and management going forward. If you do not have a health practitioner, you can contact one from the list of Health Practitioners Associated with WellPro.
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