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With the Large Stomach Check, you have the opportunity to test for some of the most common diseases and conditions related to stomach problems. Often, stomach problems are linked to stress and significantly deteriorated mental health. 6 out of 10 people experience problems with their stomach, which of course affects their quality of life.
With the combination package Large Stomach Check, you get a total of seven different tests for a comprehensive check-up of your stomach. The tests included are for Ulcers, Gluten Intolerance, Blood in Stool, Egg Allergy, Milk Allergy, Calprotectin, and Rotavirus/Adenovirus.
The Gluten, Ulcer, Milk Allergy, and Egg Allergy tests are blood tests that are performed with a quick prick of the finger. Then, the blood is dropped onto a special test cassette, and after a few minutes, the result appears.
The Blood in Stool, Rotavirus/Adenovirus, and Calprotectin tests are performed with a stool sample. This is mixed with a liquid, which is then dropped onto a test cassette, and you also receive the result in just a few minutes! (For Blood in Stool, samples are collected for three days).
Detects the Helicobacter pylori bacteria, which approximately 90% of people with ulcers carry.
Indicates Anti-Tissue Transglutaminase IgA antibodies that are directly associated with gluten intolerance/celiac disease.
Blood in the stool is relatively common and can be caused by many different things. The most common is haemorrhoids, which are completely harmless. Another common cause is fissures in the anal opening. However, it should always be investigated.
Detects elevated levels of IgE allergy antibodies to cow milk protein. This is one of the most common food allergies and can significantly affect the quality of life of an allergic individual.
Detects elevated levels of IgE allergy antibodies to eggs. This is a common food allergy, and eggs are found in many more foods than just regular eggs.
Detects elevated levels of calprotectin, which may indicate an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Testing fecal calprotectin can help detect more people with IBS.
Detects Rotavirus, which is one of the most common causes of stomach flu. The virus causes, among other things, the classic stomach flu, which is common in children between the ages of 1-6 years. This test can also detect Adenovirus, which is a common cause of infection.
For more information about the individual parts, see the respective product pages.
Fact-checked on 2022-06-08 by
Dr. Fredrik Lönnqvist, MD
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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