|The tool they used on R was much larger than this one so imagine this tool being larger than your hand.|
|The 1&2 on the top are where the big stamps went. The little circles are the liquids being tested. The 1,2,&3 on the bottom of the three test locations.|
Shortly after she left the reactions began. Can you say SCARY?! Here I was... Alone in a room with my shirtless child, covered in sharpie, random fluids in blotches all over his back, and if that wasn't enough these whelps began appearing everywhere. It looked like he has been burned from the stove eye in random places on his skin. It looked so painful... The whelps were red and I felt like they were growing with every breath that I took. Unfortunately, I was uninformed that this was what the reaction was suppose to look like. So for fifteen minutes I sat there terrified and very concerned. R never acted like he was in any pain or discomfort. He just sat there and played with his toys and climbed in and out of the window.
|This is a positive reaction during an allergy test. As you can see the whelps vary in size and shape and the redness surrounds them.|
|The words circled above reflect what he was tested for. The things highlighted are R's allergies. The #1 signifies its importance over #2. The food allergies > the grass allergies|