Peptic ulcer self-test

Pain in the upper abdomen or heartburn? Test yourself quickly and easily


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What does the peptic ulcer self-test do?

The easiest way to detect the infection is through the presence of specific antibodies that the immune system produces as a result of contact with the bacterium and try to eliminate it. The peptic ulcer self-test is a very specific rapid immunological test that detects the presence of anti-Hp antibodies with a single drop of blood.


For whom is the peptic ulcer test suitable?

The peptic ulcer self-test can be used for repeated stomach or intestinal pain. With the peptic ulcer self-test, you can quickly and reliably determine if your stomach is infected with Helicobacter pylori stomach bacteria. In this way, you can quickly detect possible complaints and avoid serious consequences for your health.


How does the peptic ulcer test for use at home work?

The peptic ulcer self-test is a control device based on the principle of highly specific immunochemical antigen-antibody reactions used for the analysis of specific compounds in biological fluids. The speed and sensitivity of these immunochemical techniques has made us a screening method.


Why should I do the test?

A Helicobacter pylori infection or ulcer develops in most cases without symptoms. Many patients often do not even know they have one. In other cases, the disease may show symptoms in the upper abdomen and gastrointestinal tract. Helicobacter pylori infections then have the following symptoms:

  • stomach problems
  • bloating
  • stomach acid
  • diarrhea
  • nausea and vomiting

Helicobacter pylori or stomach pain are also associated with the appearance of itchy skin when there is no other cause. They may also play a role in atopic dermatitis and psoriasis (psoriasis vulgaris).


Contents of the peptic ulcer self-test kit:

  • 1 hermetically sealed aluminum packaging with:
  • device for the HP,
  • 1 plastic pipette and a drying bag;
  • 1 pipette with 1 ml HP diluent;
  • 2 sterile lancets for sampling;
  • 1 disinfection bandage
  • 1 user manual.

What is H. pylori infection or peptic ulcer infection?

  1. pylori is a common type of bacteria that grows in the digestive tract and tends to affect the gastric wall. It infects the stomach of about 60 percent of the adult population in the world. H. pylori infections are usually harmless but they are responsible for most ulcers in the stomach and small intestine.

    The “H” in the name stands for Helicobacter. “Helico” means spiral, indicating that the bacteria are spiraling.

  2. pylori often infects your stomach during childhood. Although infections with this strain of bacteria usually do not cause any symptoms, they can cause illness in some people, including gastric ulcers and an inflammatory gastric disorder called gastritis.
  3. pylori are adapted to live in the hard, acidic environment of the stomach. These bacteria can change the environment and reduce the acidity so that they can survive. The spiral shape of H. pylori allows them to penetrate your stomach wall, where they are protected by mucus and your body’s immune cells can not reach them. The bacteria can disrupt your immune response and make sure they are not destroyed. This can cause stomach problems.


What causes H. pylori infections?

It is still not known exactly how H. pylori infections spread. The bacteria have been living with humans for thousands of years. It is believed that the infections spread from the mouth of one person to the other. They can also be transferred from droppings to the mouth. This can happen if a person does not thoroughly wash their hands after using the bathroom. H. pylori may also spread through contact with contaminated water or food.

It is believed that the bacteria cause stomach problems when they enter the mucous membranes of the stomach and produce substances that neutralise gastric acids. This makes the stomach cells more susceptible to the aggressive acids. Heartburn and H. pylori irritate the stomach wall and can cause ulcers in your stomach or duodenum, which is the first part of your small intestine.

Do our ulcer home test if you think you are suffering from a peptic ulcer or consult your doctor.


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