Orders received before 2pm, Monday to Friday will be sent out the same day.
INSTANT SELF TEST
- 97% accurate compared to hospital lab tests
- CE certified for self test use in the UK
- As reliable as a doctor's total IgE blood test
- Finger prick blood spot test - results in 10 minutes
- Watch how to use this test on our YouTube Channel
- Not suitable for children younger than 6 years old
Find out if allergies could be triggering your symptoms
The SELFCheck Allergy Test will tell you whether the level of allergy antibodies in your blood is high or in the normal range ie. whether any symptoms might be allergy related.
Allergy symptoms are often confused with the symptoms of a bacterial or viral infection such as rashes, sneezing, sore throat, cough and runny nose.
Allergies are a major trigger of hay fever (rhinitis), eczema, asthma and food sensitivity. People with allergy sensitivities often produce high levels of allergy antibodies in their blood known as ImmunoglobulinE (IgE).
If you have a higher than normal IgE antibody level and/or symptoms that might be allergy related, speak with your doctor who can arrange for skin testing or further blood tests to pin-point which specific allergens could be triggering your symptoms.
You don’t need to be having symptoms at the the time you do your test.
What your result means
The SELFCheck Allergy Test will show if the level of IgE in your blood is normal or high.
- A negative result means that your IgE levels are in the normal range. If you do not have symptoms it is unlikely that you will benefit from further tests
- A positive result means that your IgE level is higher than normal and, if you also have symptoms, you should speak with your doctor for further tests to identify specific allergen triggers that might be triggering your symptoms
How accurate is the test?
In independent laboratory studies the SELFCheck Allergy Test has been shown to agree 97% with laboratory test results and is CE accredited according to Medical Device Directive 98/79EC for testing at home.
How does the test work?
A finger prick blood spot is required and is obtained by using the sterile automatic finger pricker provided with the test kit.
The test takes 10 minutes to complete when your result will be displayed on the test cassette as less than or greater than the cut-off of 150kU/L of IgE antibodies calibrated to WHO standards.
Where is the test made?
SELFCheck tests are assembled in the UK by medical device manufacturer JR Biomedical Ltd and meet all UK and EU requirements for medical diagnostics.
- Product Code: SCIGE1
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Why buy from the Health Check Shop?
✅ Results accepted by your doctor
✅ Guaranteed to meet the UK and EU medical device regulations for reliability and ease of use
✅ Same test principle used by your hospital lab
✅ Help available from our scientific and clinical qualified staff
✅ Quality assurance system ISO13485:2016 for manufacture of medical devices
✅ UK manufacturer and developer of diagnostics for medical research
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Health Check Shop offers busy people a quick, proactive and more connected solution to wellness. Our CE certified self test kits are a convenient, reliable and quick way to obtain a test result for a specific medical condition. Nevertheless, our best advice is to encourage you to use existing healthcare pathways wherever possible.
Whether you have a positive or a negative result with a self test kit, always speak with your GP if you are concerned about your symptoms.
Health Check Shop is a registered trademark of medical company JR Biomedical Ltd.
We appreciate that you will want to receive your order as soon as possible.
If you order before 2pm Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) we will dispatch the very same day.
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JR Biomedical Ltd is an ISO13485 certified medical device company.