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I have a allergy which has been anaphylactic a handful of

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Hello, I have a nut allergy which has been anaphylactic a handful of times in my life. I am now trying to obtain my class one medical to be a pilot and I need an immunologist to assess the severity of the reactions for the CAA doctor but I am having trouble doing this privately. Do you know what test I should be looking for and is immunotherapy available for but allergy
Assistant: Have you seen a doctor about this yet? What medications are you taking?
Customer: Seen my GP and a London CAA clinic
Assistant: Anything else in your medical history you think the Doctor should know?
Customer: No

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When was you last allergic reaction?

What does the pilot license board want?

Customer: replied 5 days ago.
Last reaction was 17/06/2016.
The CAA doctor asked for GP notes which I have obtained. And an immunologist report this is where I am struggling.
Even looking at private practices I don’t know what test would prove the reactions are less now than then.
Do you have any advise?

The only thing you can do is find out exactly what the pilot board is looking for in the way of a medical opinion.

Once you know what they need you can then, if necessary, consult with a private immunologist (make sure to supply your complete medical records for the consultants review) for an answer to the Boards questions.

The immunologist will know what, if any, tests would be required to answer the Boards inquiry.

Will this be a quick process?

Nope :-(

I wish you the very best.

As a side my best friend from the 8th grade grew up to become a Captain with American Airlines and flew for them for almost 4 decades, finishing up driving 777's back and forth over the Atlantic......

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Customer: replied 5 days ago.
Thank you for your help today, I am going for my Helicopter license to fly offshore in the North Sea. Hopefully your advice has got me a step closer. Thank you