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Heli-C-CHECK Helicobacter Pylori Test

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  1. Heli-C-CHECK H Pylori Test to test for bacteria you may not know you have
  2. Stomach ulcer test kit with highly reliable tape test procedure
  3. Tests for the bacteria that causes ulcers, stomach inflammation, gastritis, stomach cancer & lymphoma
  4. Quick and simple blood test in the comfort of your own home
  5. Easy step by step instructions included, Made in Germany

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Do you have a healthy stomach? Are you sure? Use this H Pylori test kit to check for the bacteria that cause stomach ulcers - you might not even have any symptoms!

Heli-C-CHECK is a simple and reliable self test that detects Helicobacter Pylori antibodies in the blood from a tiny sample from the fingertip. It is Helicobacter Pylori that causes most stomach and duodenal (small intestine) ulcers. People who are infected with this bacteria often show no symptoms at all - however for many, an infection can cause damage to the stomach lining which could lead to stomach inflammation (gastritis) or a stomach ulcer (peptic ulcer). Furthermore, Helicobacter pylori infection can also lead to diseases such as stomach cancer or lymphoma.

So what is a Helicobacter pylori infection?

A Helicobacter pylori infection is defined as a 'colonisation' of the stomach with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. If you are infected with Helicobacter Pylori bacteria it often shows no symptoms! For many however an infection can cause damage to the stomach lining which can lead to stomach inflammation (gastritis) or a stomach ulcer (peptic ulcer). Furthermore Helicobacter pylori infection can also lead to diseases such as stomach cancer or lymphoma. Interestingly Helicobacter pylori infection in humans is often dependent on nationality: It has been observed that in developing countries approximately 70% of 20 to 35 year olds are infected with the pathogen. In developed countries such as Germany or the UK, the bacterium is less common.

In addition, age plays a crucial role: the older the person is, the higher the probability a person will be a carrier of the bacterium.

Is it a stomach ulcer? Is it cancer? How do I take this home test?

Heli-C-CHECK is a rapid, sensitive, easy to use and evaluate home test for the detection of Helicobacter pylori antibodies using a small blood sample from the prick of a finger. This test is used as an aid in the diagnosis of a Helicobacter pylori infection, which may be connected to illnesses like peptic ulcer, inflammation of gastric or duodenal mucosa and other disorders in the upper gastrointestinal region.

A final diagnosis of any of the above mentioned diseases cannot be based on a positive test result alone but should be confirmed by a doctor.

The test requires only one drop of blood from the fingertip and it can be carried out and interpreted in only 5-10 minutes, so results are rapid, effective and private.

Heli-C-CHECK detects the germ in your blood sample using the tape test procedure; a procedure which is considered highly reliable and preferred by doctors and other health professionals.

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SKU / Product Code 82453
Brand NanoRepro
Recommended For Home test to see if if the bacteria Helicobacter pylori is present - it is responsible for gastritis, stomach ulcers, stomach cancer and lymphoma
Included Contents x 1 Test
User Manual View and/or Download the Heli-C-CHECK Helicobacter Pylori Test User Manual
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Easy home test for stomach ulcer Review by Shaun Collins, Wakefield
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I have had symptoms of stomach ulcer for over 12 months now and I did this test before visiting my GP. I was right, and I was please I took the test which is very easy to do and now I am being treated for my ulcer. No more fry-ups for me then. (Posted on 4 June 2013)
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peace of mind Review by alex
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i was recently getting problems with my stomach and was feeling sick . i heard of this test to see if it was a helicobacter that was causing the problems. if it had been then a simple course of antibiotics would have been needed. Thankfully the test was negative and i dont have helicobacter pylori.
reasonable delivery time and well packaged. (Posted on 7 September 2015)
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Waste of money Review by Mr.Chapman
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Purchased to test my daughter, as she didn't fancy doing the stool test, and it showed a positive result so took the stool test and it showed negative !

Moral...don't try and be clever by cutting corners get the proper test (Posted on 8 March 2016)
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very good and easy to do, hope it showed accurat result Review by Ba
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My only critical point is that I first thought the test was wrongly put together as I could not see the little glasstube inside the plastic container and thought that they put a wrong tube in the pack - did find it after five minutes of despair and was happy to do the test. Results for both tests I bought were negative (two different patients and conditions) so I hope they are accurate.
Glad to be able to source bloodtests for antibodies and to bypass the slow syatem that way via the GP. (Posted on 29 August 2013)
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Excellent home test Review by Mr T
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Easy to use home test that I preferred to do atr home rather than visit the GP and suffer the coughs and colds of a GPs waiting room. Results were easy to interpret, the test instructions are very precise and straightforward.
The test is manufactured in German and their usual efficiency shines through in the instructions, and usability.
My test was negative and I am pleased I have performed this.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone who feel they may have a problem with indigestion and stomach acid as I did. It helped to allay my fears and sparked me to take a little more care with my diet. Pity something this easy isn't given out by the GP instead of wasting his/her time with a damned appointment. (Posted on 19 March 2015)
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Stomach Ulcer Test - brilliant Review by Gaviscons Gone
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Suffered indigestion and heartburn for years and was fed up of the Gaviscon roundabout. It just seemed I was always taking gaviscon! My poo was darker than normal and whilst I thought I was passing blood and worried about colon or bowel cancer, I knew the burning acid problem had more to do with it. I was prescribed a course of antibiotics (who'd a thought it) to clear the bacteria that start the stomach ulcer. So far the stomach ulcer hasn't come back and I've saved a fortune in Gaviscon! Brilliant test! (Posted on 13 April 2017)
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Much better compared to other test kits Review by Liam
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This was much better compared to others that I bought off of Amazon. Was very simple and worked very well.

Tested negative, which i was actually disappointed about as I wanted to be positive to explain my weird stomach complaints. I truly believe I don't have this infection.

This is basically the best home kit you can get. (Posted on 12 March 2017)
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straight forward Review by lin
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My only concern is how reliable the test was. It was very easy to carry out and company helpful. (Posted on 12 December 2015)
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Helico pylori Review by fishingpaul
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Very good home test kit,easy to use (Posted on 17 October 2016)
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Very easy to use, reliable and the staff provided an excellent customer service Review by Anna
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I recently bought the helicobacter test kit. I am very satisfied with the quality of the product and the customer service. I found it easy to use and it also it was a good way to save my time as I didn't have to make dr appointments, wait of results, etc. I do recommend it. (Posted on 16 January 2017)
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Product Questions

People with learning disability are reported to be at high risk from Helicobacter pylori especially if they access shared living environments. Does the finger prick test offer the same level of reliability for diagnosis as a stool sample or full venous blood sample?
I am currently taking my second course of treatment for HPylori. I am concerned other members of my family may have picked it up from me. I am considering purchasing this product to retest myself and to test other family members. Hoping it is accurate. This HPylori really worries me and doctors are really reluctant to re test thank goodness I insisted as the bug had not cleared with the first course of treatment.
I have just signed to say I would receive emails from you and it says I have subscribe please could you take me off this subscription Thank you
is this a blood test
Hi I am currently taking antibiotics, I'm aware that one cannot do stool sample H. Pylori test when on them

So my question is, using your own testing method (blood test) do I have to come off the Antibiotics or it does not matter?