Thyroid test

Thyroid Self Test


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at home test

At home-test


Pack size: 1 test

Key information

Thyroid Self Test is used for the easy and convenient at-home-testing of Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), a marker for an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).

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Easy to use thyroid home test

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Rule-in or rule-out hypothyroidism discreetly

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Results in minutes at home

Thyroid is a self-test for detecting Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) which, in high levels, signals an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism). Taking only minutes to produce results, the test can be performed at home in a few simple steps.

The test is designed for the screening for TSH. Symptoms of an underactive thyroid are like other conditions such as low iron. Therefore, it is important to rule in or rule out symptoms. Consult a doctor if you obtain a positive result or if after receiving a negative result symptoms continue or you have any concerns about your health.

All components are provided to use the test. Clear instructions guide you through the testing process.

This thyroid home test is manufactured under internationally recognised quality management system, ISO 13485..


About Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism is the term given to an underactive thyroid gland that is not producing enough hormones to aid metabolism: the chemical reactions that help to convert food into energy.

Testing for higher-than-normal levels of thyroid stimulating hormone (also known as thyrotropin, thyrotropic hormone) is way to determine if your thyroid gland is underactive. TSH stimulates the thyroid gland to induce the metabolism of almost every tissue in the body. An untreated underactive thyroid can lead to heart problems, abnormal swelling of the thyroid gland, or pregnancy complications. In rare cases, a very underactive thyroid may lead to myxoedema coma, a potentially life-threatening condition.

Symptoms and those at risk

Common symptoms:

Fatigue, irregular or heavy periods, tiredness, constipation, weight gain, feeling depressed, poor memory, and concentration.

People most at risk of developing Hypothyroidism:

Anyone can develop hypothyroidism; however, those most at risk include women, over 60s, people with a family history of thyroid disease, people with an autoimmune disease, had radioactive iodine therapy or anti-thyroid medications, had thyroid surgery, pregnant women or have delivered a baby within the past six months.

Frequently asked questions

Why test for Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)?
When should I test?
Interpreting results

What’s in the box

Items Provided

  • 1 x Test Device
  • 1 x Pipette
  • 1 x Buffer
  • 1 x Alcohol Pad
  • 1 x Lancet
  • 1 x Instructions

Item Not Provided But Required

  • Timer
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