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Test for urinary infections from the comfort of your own home with this urine infection test kit
A urine infection can be a very painful experience but once it’s diagnosed you can get treatment for it. A urinary infection is a very common ailment in men, women and children and is a painful inflammation of the urinary collecting system and is most often caused by bacteria. Urinary infections are more common in women but they can also occur in older men when an enlarged prostate gland obstructs the urine flow.
The home urine infection test couldn’t be easier to use
For an accurate test result you should gather a urine sample first thing in the morning and collect it in a small container. Fully immerse the dipstick in your sample of urine and read the result after waiting for 60 seconds. It is vital to your health to determine as soon as possible if you have a urinary infection or not. The first and early stages of infection can be asymptomatic, depending upon whether the infection is in the upper (urethras, kidneys) or lower (urethra, bladder) urinary tract.
If you diagnose your urinary infection early enough it can prevent the proliferation of bacteria and the development of pyelitis (inflammation of the renal pelvis), which can be responsible for severe pain and fever.
What will the result tell me?
The Care Diagnostica Viola Urinary Infection Health Care Test boasts a three-in-one function which detects the presence of white blood cells (leucocytes), proteins and nitrates in your urine. A positive result for any of these substances is shown by a change in the respective colour field on the dipstick.
Put your health first and find out early if you have a urinary infection before it causes you more serious health complications.
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|SKU / Product Code||10677|
|Recommended For||The diagnosis of possible urine infections|
|Included Contents||2 test kits|
|Container Type||Comes boxed|
|Function||Indicates a urinary infection|