This test started with cleaning off her back. She was slightly broken out in eczema again, after having her completely cleared up 2 weeks ago. When they rubbed the disinfectent wipe across her back, she started crying. It had to burn so bad on her poor, broken out skin!
The nurse then made 3 columns with 6 lines each, beginning with one control and one histamine. Then she went on, poking the foods, the dusts, the animals, until they were done. This is what she looked like immediately after the pokes were done:
She fussed but then we side tracked her with bubbles. Good idea Nurse!
This is what my poor baby looked like about ten minutes after the pricks went in.
After all of this, we got negatives. This histamine spot reacted bad, not too sure why all those hives happened. They washed her back off and rubbed her back down with cortizone. I couldn't believe that she reacted that bad, her reaction to the histamine a month ago was nothing compared to this!