Allergy Risk Assessment Test

Is your baby at risk of developing allergies?
Take this short assessment test to find out.



After assessing your results, we found that your baby might have the following risk of developing an allergy1,2

20-40% Allergy risk

We would advise you to consult your doctor to get more information on your child’s potential risk of allergies. Here are some questions you can take with you to start the discussion:

  • What can I do to reduce my baby’s risk of allergy?

  • Should I introduce to my child food that might cause him allergy?

  • Should I restrict myself from the food that cause me allergy during breastfeeding?

1. Vandenplas, Y, Abuabat, A, Al-Hammadi, S, Aly, GS, Miqdady, MS, Shaaban, SY, and Torbey, PH, Middle East Consensus Statement on the Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management of Cow's Milk Protein Allergy. Pediatr Gastroenterol Hepatol Nutr, 2014. 17(2):61-73.

2. Koletzko, S, Niggemann, B, Arato, A, Dias, JA, Heuschkel, R, Husby, S, Mearin, ML, Papadopoulou, A, Ruemmele, FM, Staiano, A, Schappi, MG, and Vandenplas, Y, Diagnostic approach and management
of cow's-milk protein allergy in infants and children: ESPGHAN GI Committee practical guidelines. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr, 2012. 55(2):221-9.

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