SELFCheck Urine Infection Test (2 Tests)

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The SELFcheck urine infection test is a simple reliable screening test to detect indirect signs of urinary tract infection such as protein, nitrite and leucocytes present in urine. Urine infections can range from mild, bladder infections to severe kidney infections. All of these infections can be potentially serious and will require medical attention. In women, urine infections are 50 times more likely than in men.

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms then you should test your urine; a need to urinate frequently, pain whilst passing urine, cloudy urine, urine that has a bad smell, any fever or chills and pain in the loins. This test can be used by everyone, but it is strongly advised for women aged from 16 years and over.

Features of SELFCheck urine infection test

  • A simple and easy test which provides quick results in 2 minutes
  • No need to send off for test results
  • No need to limit any food or drink intake before you test
  • Results in under 2 mins
  • Detects signs of infection
  • How to use

    1. The urine infection test requires a fresh urine sample.
    2. Visual results will be available within 2 minutes.
    3. Please read the full instruction manual contained in the pack before commencing use.

    How to read your results
    If all the colours of the test fields match the bottom line of the colour chart this is a negative result, but if symptoms persist, speak to your pharmacist or GP.

    If there is one or more test pads colour that match line 2, 3 or 4 of the colour chart this is a positive result.

    In the case of a positive result the following 3 causes may be possible.

    • Leukocytes: appear in urine when a bacterial infection is, or was recently, present.

    • Nitrites: appear in urine as a result of bacterial activity in the urinary tract.

    • Protein: often present in urine when there is a kidney infection, bladder or prostate inflammation, or bleeding in the urinary tract.

    In all cases of a positive result, you should speak to your pharmacist or GP.

    Please Note: No medical decision should be made without advice.

    Top Tips: Drink plenty of water (at least 4 pints/2 litres a day), which will alleviate the symptoms and help to flush out your kidneys and bladder. : click to see more from this brand

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