There is little available to test for the “elusive” toxic injury. Even allergists cannot test for chemical sensitivities, because their tests test for allergens, not toxins. There may be lab tests and evaluation tests that can be taken.
Claudia S. Miller, MD, MS, an allergist/immunologist and tenured professor at the University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio, researched the underlying environmental causes of disease and teaches the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of environmentally-induced or exacerbated illnesses. Her work led to the development of the most widely used screening instrument for chemical intolerance, the QEESI, and revealed a new disease process called Toxicant-induced Loss of Tolerance, or TILT.
The test helps researchers, doctors, and their patients identify individuals with multiple chemical intolerances. The QEESI© involves personal health information. Its use should be restricted to patients, their personal physicians, and researchers using the QEESI© as part of a protocol approved by an appropriate institutional review board (such as one registered with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Human Research Protections).
TAKE THE TEST: http://qeesi.org/take-the-qeesi
Check the following sites for testing for toxins in the blood: