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What To Expect



At the allergy clinic you will see a specifically trained allergy specialist who is also a fully trained paediatrician. An initial allergy consultation, including allergy tests and devising a tailored management plan, usually takes a full hour. Follow up consultations take 30 minutes. General paediatric consultations take about 30 minutes.

In most cases, it is advisable to stop antihistamines at least 3 days before seeing an allergy specialist in case they would like to perform allergy tests.

The allergist will take a detailed history; they will then go on to examine the patient for general health, growth and to check for signs of allergic conditions such as eczema, rhinitis conjunctives or asthma. Then we will then decide whether allergy tests are necessary or not, and if necessary they will be done according to the individual patients needs

Allergy tests include skin prick tests, blood tests, lung function tests and food or drug changes . Usually the challenges are booked for another day as this is generally a 4 hour procedure.


Once a diagnosis has been confirmed, a specific management plan will be advised for the client . We will also write a report of the diagnosis and plan to your regular doctor.


For food allergies,a dietician is also an important member of the management team The dietician will give you tips on how to avoid the allergen, read food labels, find good alternatives, and make sure the diet is nutritionally complete to allow optimal functioning, growth and development.


First allergy consult : P500

(plus P56 per skin prick test)

General paediatric appointments : P500

Allergy follow up : P350

(plus P56 per skin prick test)

Quick reviews/urgent appointments : P500 per session

To make an appointment, please call

+267 74572186 or +267 77772002

Email: or use our online booking facility.

If it is urgent and online bookings are full, please rather call so that we can try to fit you in!

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