SELFCheck SELFCheck Home Screening Stomach Ulcer Test 1 Single Test

€18.99

Code SELFCHECK-0166


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The Selfcheck Home Screening Stomach Ulcer is a simple and reliable test to detect Helicobacter pylori antibodies using a finger prick or blood sample. This test detects the presence of raised antibodies to H.Pylori bacteria indicative of an active infection. 

  • Results in 10 minutes
  • Contains 1 single test.
How To Use

Always read the instructions enclosed in the box before taking the test.

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Why test for stomach ulcers?

It is estimated that half the world's population may be infected with Helicobacter pylori. Infection with this bacterium can cause stomach ulcer or gastritis. Untreated infections increase the risk of developing stomach cancer.

How often should this test be performed?

There is no restriction on how frequently it can be carried out. Nevertheless, for those who have been treated for infection with Helicobacter pylori, positive results may appear up to 12 months after an active infection has been treated with antibiotics.

What should you do if the result is positive?

Consult your doctor for further examination, diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Medical decisions should only be made following consultation with your doctor. Not being infected with Helicobacter pylori does not necessarily mean that someone cannot get a stomach ulcer for another reason.

How should the test be disposed of?

After use, all the test components can be safely disposed of with normal household waste.

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