Stomach ulcer

H. Pylori (Stomach Ulcer) Self Test


Stool sample

Stool sample

at home test

At home-test


Pack size: 1 test

Key information

Stomach Ulcer (H. Pylori) Self Test is a non-invasive at-home-test for detecting Helicobacter pylori, an infection associated with several gastrointestinal diseases including gastro ulcers.

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Stomach Ulcer (H. Pylori) is a non-invasive self-test for detecting H. Pylori (Helicobacter pylori), an infection of the stomach and duodenum (first part of the small intestines). H. Pylori is associated with several gastrointestinal diseases and usually passes unknowingly from person to person or through contaminated food or water.  See about H. Pylori below for information.

It is recommend to use the test following repeated stomach and intestinal troubles. However, most people won’t realise they are infected with H. Pylori. Regular screening can form an important part of routine health checks. Get the information you need to help make informed decisions when seeking medical advice.

Speak with a doctor following a positive result or if you have any concerns about your stomach or intestines.

This H. Pylori test is manufactured under internationally recognised quality management systems, ISO 13485.


About Helicobacter Pylori (H. Pylori)

H. Pylori is a small, spiral shaped bacterium that lives on the surface of the stomach and duodenum (the first part of the small intestine) and can be associated with a variety of gastrointestinal diseases, including duodenal and gastric ulcers, non-ulcer dyspepsia, active and chronic gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining), and some stomach cancers.


Most people won’t realise they are infected with H. Pylori. However, in the instances when signs or symptoms do occur, the following are common: an ache or burning pain in the stomach, nausea, loss of appetite, frequent burping, bloating or unintentional weight loss.

Frequently asked questions

Why test for H. Pylori?

H. pylori usually passes from person to person through direct contact with saliva, vomit or stool. It may also be spread through contaminated food or water. If left untreated the H. Pylori-associated conditions may worsen and start to cause health problems. Screen for peace of mind and as part of a health regular routine.

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How do I collect the stool sample?
Interpreting results

What’s in the box

Items Provided

  • 1 x Test Device
  • 1 x Sample collection tube and buffer
  • 1 x Stool catcher
  • 1 x Instructions

Item Not Provided But Required

  • Timer
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