Suresign Family Health Screening Tests - 6 Tests

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Alexandra Moses - Medical Content Writer
Alexandra Moses
Medical Content Writer
28/04/2022
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What are Suresign Family Health Screening Tests? 

With Suresign Family Health Screening Tests, you’re able to test for numerous infections and illnesses relating to the heart, liver, kidneys and urinary tract in the comfort and privacy of your own home, just with a simple urine sample. These easy-to-use tests provide you with results you can trust in as little as 2 minutes.

How to use this product

You should only remove the testing strip from the sealed pouch when you’re ready to use the test. To start, urinate into a clean, dry container. Then, holding the strip farthest away from the testing pads, dip the strip into fresh urine for 1-2 seconds. Run the strip along the rim of the container to remove any excess urine.

Once you’ve removed the strip from the urine, immediately bring the edge of the strip into contact with an absorbent material (such as a paper towel) and lay the strip with the test pads facing upwards. You should be able to read the results within 2 minutes. After this time has passed, refer to the colour chart provided to compare the colour of the test pads to the chart.

How can I improve my heart health?

One of the best and quickest ways to improve your heart health is to quit smoking - you can half your risk of developing heart disease after just one year of quitting. Fitting in 150 minutes of exercise per week is great for your heart health. It limits your risk of developing heart disease further down the line - plus, it’s a mood and stress buster, too. Managing your weight is important; you can do this by eating the right foods and being active.

What is cystitis?

Cystitis is a common type of UTI that predominantly affects women. It occurs when the bladder becomes inflamed, typically caused by a bladder infection. They’re usually more of a nuisance than a sign that something serious is going on, with mild cases often getting better on their own within a few days. If it doesn’t go away on its own and your symptoms worsen, you should speak to your doctor as it could be a sign of a kidney infection. 

What causes a UTI?

Women are more likely to develop a UTI because they have a shorter urethra than men, so bacteria has more of a chance to get into the bladder or kidney. The most common reason why you might get a UTI is when the bacteria from poo enters the urinary tract. Other reasons are sex, pregnancy, if you have a catheter inserted, kidney stones, dehydration, a weakened immune system and not keeping the genital area clean and dry.

Storage information

Store 2-30°C in a dry place out of sight and reach of children. Do not use after the expiry date, referring to the last day of the month stated on the packaging. Do not throw away any medicines via wastewater or household waste.

Suresign Family Health Screening Tests - 6 Tests Reviews

By Fran Carty,
September 19, 2023
These strips are brilliant and very easy to use, would buy again
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