Once you receive your allergy test kit, you'll need to register your kit by referencing the activation code located on your blood spot card. Next, you'll take a short survey so that your care team can learn about you and your history of allergies. Finally, you’ll use the finger-prick device sent in your allergy kit to draw a small amount of blood from your finger. After you've collected your sample, you'll send your test back to the lab for processing. You can expect to receive your allergy results within two weeks, at which point you'll receive an email notification.