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Gastric Ulcer Test

Gastric ulcers

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  • Self-test for stomach ulcers
  • Simple home testing
  • Results within a few minutes
  • CE-marked

Quicktest Stomach Ulcer Test indicates antibodies against Helicobacter pylori in the blood. The bacterium, Helicobacter pylori, is the most common cause of stomach ulcers, gastritis, and ulcers in the duodenum.

Detecting the bacterium's antibodies is the most effective way to diagnose its presence, as antibodies are produced by the immune system during the infection process. If the result is positive, HP antibodies are present in the blood, and you should contact and consult a doctor.

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Gastric Ulcer Test

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Product Description

Test if you have a stomach ulcer

High Reliability - Test at Home - Instant Results

How is your stomach feeling? Maybe you have stomach pain, nausea, loose stools or it just feels like your stomach is upset. It could be due to a stomach ulcer, and if so, you're not alone. The most common cause of stomach ulcers is the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. In fact, about 90% of those who have stomach ulcers carry this particular bacterium. Our simple home test can easily and quickly detect this unwelcome guest.

The gastric ulcer test from Quicktest is highly reliable and also CE marked.

Why should I get tested?

It can be difficult to detect H. pylori stomach ulcers based solely on their symptoms, as the most common symptoms are often quite general. A simple test can help alleviate your worry or give you a reason to seek help from your doctor. A positive test result (you carry H. pylori) means that you can more easily seek care and receive the proper treatment, which is important as this type of stomach ulcer can lead to serious diseases such as cancer, etc. Click on "Instructional Video" below to see how easy it is to test.

Publication Information

Fact-checked on August 14, 2020, by

M.D
Licensed nurse

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Frequently Asked Questions

How safe and reliable are your self-tests compared to taking tests at a healthcare centre?

Our tests are reliable, but it is important to understand how they work and what the differences are compared to laboratory tests, for example. Simply put, it works like this:

There are different types of self-tests, and regardless of the type of test, a bodily fluid is required. Some require blood, some urine, saliva, and some secretion from, for example, the vagina. When the bodily fluid comes into contact with the test, a reaction occurs, and a result is displayed - positive or negative. A test that shows a positive or negative result is called a qualitative test, so you get a yes or no answer. The tests are "pre-programmed" with a so-called threshold value, and if the result is above or below a predetermined value, the test shows positive. The threshold value is determined by the WHO (World Health Organization).

A laboratory test gives a result if there are specific antibodies in your blood. So, our tests give a positive or negative result based on whether this specific antibody is present in your blood, so the test works in the same way.

Should your self-tests be used to diagnose?

No. Our tests are not used to diagnose, they are used to provide an indication. It is always doctors who make a diagnosis, often after various tests and clinical examinations.

Why should I use a self-test?

There are many answers to that question. Most of our customers experience that our tests have resulted in them finally receiving help from primary care. When a test indicates that something is not right, many people find that they get the help they are entitled to more easily. Therefore, always take a picture of the result if it is positive and bring it to your doctor.

How do you guarantee safety/reliability?

By following all the directives required for CE marking. This means, among other things, that we have ensured that manuals, etc., are easy to understand - even for those without medical training. Our tests are also manufactured in Europe, which gives consumers extra reassurance, as the regulations for these tests are comprehensive.

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Product Data

Type of test

Blood

Limit

Presence of antibodies

Analyzing

Presence of anti-HP antibodies

Reliability

90%

Test response/min

10 min
Manual
The Doctor Says...

The most common cause of stomach ulcers is the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. In fact, about 80% of people with stomach ulcers carry this bacterium, which fortunately is relatively easy to treat with medication.

Stomach ulcers mean that sores have formed in the stomach or duodenal mucosa. Stomach ulcers can be caused by several different factors, but in most cases, Helicobacter pylori is a strong contributing cause. Fortunately, this bacterium can be detected with a simple self-test.

Common symptoms that may indicate stomach ulcers include pain in the middle of the upper stomach, gnawing hunger pangs, or sometimes a decreased appetite instead. Stomach ulcers can also cause more general and sometimes pronounced physical discomfort. Therefore, the picture can vary considerably from individual to individual.

Note! An open or burst stomach ulcer is an acute condition that requires immediate medical attention. If you experience strong and persistent pain in the upper gastrointestinal tract - often in combination with vomiting that may resemble coffee grounds - you should seek medical attention promptly. The vomiting may also be black, which can be a sign of bleeding. Similarly, an open stomach ulcer can cause stools to become darker than usual due to bleeding, sometimes almost black.

Fredrik Lönnqvist
M.D

What Our Customers Think

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(4)

Thomas
Got positive on the ulcer test, it surprised me somewhat as I did not have constant pain. The line was also quite weak for positive so took it to the doctor. There it was confirmed.
Karim
I am satisfied. The parcel was completely flat when I received it. But everything worked.
M.A
Was in pain for a while, and went into relapses but eventually it became unsustainable. Went to the doctor but was advised to avoid alcohol which I only drink a few times a year. Got this test and got a result... back to the doctor and only then was it a more thorough investigation, am now healthy thanks to tablets that were prescribed (do not remember which ones though). I bow and thank you for being able to check myself, should not be necessary but but... / M.A.
Rebecca
Easy and immediate response. Nice to not have to send in anything or make an appointment etc. Overall satisfied with the test.
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Gastric Ulcer Test

Gastric ulcers

4

(4)

20 

  • Self-test for stomach ulcers
  • Simple home testing
  • Results within a few minutes
  • CE-marked

Quicktest Stomach Ulcer Test indicates antibodies against Helicobacter pylori in the blood. The bacterium, Helicobacter pylori, is the most common cause of stomach ulcers, gastritis, and ulcers in the duodenum.

Detecting the bacterium's antibodies is the most effective way to diagnose its presence, as antibodies are produced by the immune system during the infection process. If the result is positive, HP antibodies are present in the blood, and you should contact and consult a doctor.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed • Free shipping on all orders above 99€

For Your Safety

In order for you to feel safe with our products, our entire catalog has been inspected and quality tested by our doctor, Fredrik Lönnqvist, and our nurse, Therese Hultberg.

Fredrik is a specialist of internal medicine and endocrinology and received his degree at the Karolinska Institute, where he is still attached as a researcher/associate professor.

Therese is our registered nurse who can answer your health-related questions and provide useful information about how our tests work.

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