Bladder and bowel problems can be mild or severely debilitating. Our range of tests can help you investigate any symptoms you may be experiencing.
Bladder Tests

The Urine Microscopy and Culture test examines kidney health and helps to diagnose urinary tract infections (UTIs).
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schedule 3 day turnaround

Kidney
Check

£49
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A simple blood test to check the kidneys are working properly which includes free Liver Function Tests.
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schedule 2 day turnaround
Bowel Tests

A non-invasive stool test to distinguish between inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and non-inflammatory bowel conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
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schedule 7 day turnaround

A stool test that looks for H. pylori antigens, which indicate the presence of H. pylori bacteria - a cause of peptic ulcers.
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schedule 4 day turnaround
Gut Tests

A test for tissue transglutaminase IgA antibodies for coeliac disease, a gluten intolerance that can cause severe digestive problems.
check_circle 1 test included
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schedule 4 day turnaround

A more comprehensive blood test for coeliac disease, a sensitivity to gluten which can cause severe digestive problems.
check_circle 4 tests included
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schedule 4 day turnaround

A blood test to check for elevated levels of Candida Antibodies in order to diagnose Candida overgrowth.
check_circle 3 tests included
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schedule 7 day turnaround
About Bladder & Bowel

If you are suffering from urinary symptoms such as stinging, burning and high frequency or gastric symptoms such as bloating, gas, and digestive discomfort then it will be important to you to find out what is causing your symptoms. 

Many people suffer from urinary problems at some stage in their lives. Urinary tract infections (UTI's) are very common and can usually be treated with a course of antibiotics. However, repeated or prolonged infections can cause problems, including kidney infection which is why it is important to identify and treat an infection quickly. Other urinary problems include urgency, frequency, feeling unable to empty the blader fully as well as pain and blood in the urine. Certain cancers can also produce these symptoms which is why it is important to make sure you see your GP if symptoms persist. 

Irritable bowels are on the rise and doctors offices are full of people who have problems with their digestion causing mild to severe symptoms. Some conditions are serious and others less so, so it is important to diagnose the cause of your symptoms. Bowel cancer is a big killer in the UK, being the third most common type of cancer in men and women. It is essential to catch it early, or even before it has started to develop. If you have any change in bowel habit that lasts longer than 3 weeks then it is important to see your doctor. 

The problem with diagnosing gut and bowel discomfort is that the symptoms can be similar for innocent condtions like IBS, and more serious conditions like inflammatory bowel disease or even some cancers. For example, persistent bloating can be associated with ovarian cancer. 

If your symptoms include blood in your stool, then please see your doctor  - it is important that this is investigated early. 

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