Symptoms like stomach pain, nausea or heartburn are unpleasant and they can also be a sign of something more serious like a gastritis. The stomach bacterium Helicobacter pylori has been proven to be the main risk factor in the development of an inflammation of the stomach‘s lining (gastritis) and of stomach ulcers. Using the “Stomach prevention” self-test from Veroval®, you can quickly and safely find out if you are carrying the bacterium and if you should consider taking further precautionary measures. All you need is a drop of blood from your fingertip and ten minutes of your time.

Abstract of how the test works

Close-up of two fingers holding a lancet that is sticking into an index finger
You just need one drop of blood
Use the lancet included in the self-test
Close-up of two fingers holding a glass tube with diluent
The blood will be mixed with a sample diluent
It’s important to shake the mixture well
Close-up of two fingers holding a pipette with diluent that is dropped into a test cassette
Drop the mixture into the test cassette
You can read the result after 10 minutes
1440 x 1680 (6:7 Aspect Ratio);