Bowel polyp rapid home test is important for early detection of colon cancer. This rapid test will allow early identification of potential occult blood or intestinal conditions.
Within Europe colon cancer is third place among malignant tumours among men and women after breast cancer.
Who you should take the bowel polyp detection test every year?
- If you are over 40 years old (both women and men);
- if you have cancer in your family;
- if you have at least one of the following symptoms, you need to test yourself today:
- chronic diarrhoea or constipation, or both;
- abdominal distension, feeling of fullness or gas retention;
- weight loss and loss of appetite;
- for no apparent reason but always having a persistent mild fever (37.2 - 37.5 C);
- pain in the rectum during a bowel movement, or sitting;
Why is it so important to take the bowel occult blood test?
Studies have shown that if colon cancer is detected at an early stage, only 10% of the cases end in death within five years, while cancer detected in later stages has over a 90% mortality rate.
In 95% of cases, bowel polyps or tumours cause the large bowel (colon) cancer and they are often discovered by chance during colonoscopy or a CT colonography. If blood is detected in your stool, you can consult a doctor for advanced studies.
The underactive thyroid test shows whether your thyroid is functioning normally and if the cause of this problem may lie in following:
- constant fatigue;
- depressed mood;
- constant chills:
- weight gain;
- dry or cracking skin, brittle nails and excessive hair loss;
- menstrual cycle disorders.
Thyroid diseases are very common – according to US data, 12% of the population and 1 in eight women experience thyroid diseases throughout their lifetime.
LIVER-Screen® is a rapid immunodiagnostics test for the immunological detection of increased transaminase (both ALT and AST) levels from a finger prick whole blood sample. The test consists on a plastic housing containing one stick having two distinct zones for transaminases detection (red colour when positive) and one control zone (blue colour). The Liver is an essential organ of the body having a critical role for health. It helps break down food, clean blood, produce proteins and store energy. In case of liver problems, a number of symptoms may appear including dark urine or light-coloured stool, no desire to eat, yellowish eyes or skin (jaundice), swelling in your belly, weakness or feeling very tired. There might be many reasons for a problem occurrence in liver such as hepatitis, side effects of certain medications, cirrhosis due to heavy drinking, overweight especially in case of diabetes or high blood pressure.