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SELFCHECK Prostate Health Test

SELFCHECK Prostate Health Test

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  • Finger-prick blood test
  • Results in 10 minutes
  • Test at home
  • Shows if the level of PSA is higher than normal
  • >87% agreement with laboratory tests
  • Assembled in the UK
  • Professional customer care

The SELFCHECK Prostate Health Test is a simple way for men to find out whether the level of prostate specific antigen (PSA) in your blood is elevated. Although PSA is regarded as a marker for prostate cancer, a high PSA level is more likely to be due to other problems such as prostatitis, an enlarged prostate or a urine infection.

Before you decide to have a PSA test, it is important to be aware that about 3 in 4 men with a raised PSA level will not have cancer and around 1 in 7 men with a normal PSA level will have prostate cancer. Nevertheless, if you have an elevated result, you are encouraged to speak with your doctor. See the pros and cons of PSA testing below.

The SELFCHECK Prostate Health Test (PSA Test), is an easy to use finger prick blood spot home test that detects raised levels of prostate specific antigen (PSA) associated with abnormalities of the prostate gland. Health issues related to the prostate gland become more common as men get older.

To use your SELFCHECK Prostate Health Test, you will need to use one of the single-use finger prickers supplied to obtain a blood sample, and apply to the lateral flow test cassette. One line on the test cassette results window means a negative result, and two lines means a positive result.

  • Results in 10 minutes
  • Over 87% agreement with laboratory PSA tests*
  • Contains 1 test 

Ensure you are aware of the pros and cons of PSA testing before you decide to test.


  • it may reassure you if the test result is normal
  • it can find early signs of cancer, meaning you can get treated early
  • PSA testing may reduce your risk of dying if you do have cancer


  • it can miss some cancers and provide false reassurance
  • it may lead to unnecessary worry and medical tests if there's no cancer
  • it cannot tell the difference between slow-growing and fast-growing cancers
  • it may make you worry by finding a slow-growing cancer that may never cause any problems

In the UK, men over 50 years without symptoms, can request a PSA test from their doctor.

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  • expert customer services
  • SELFCHECK test are assembled at our UK labs
  • reliable results at home in minutes
  • clinically proven, CE certified
  • same components used in hospital tests
  • as reliable as a doctor's test
  • supplier of laboratory diagnostics to NHS and research institutions

Always speak with your doctor if you have symptoms that are causing concern.

* Refers to overall agreement of the SELFCHECK Prostate Health Test with a hospital laboratory prostate specific antigen (PSA) test, and not to the diagnostic efficiency of PSA for diagnosing prostate cancer.

Information for healthcare professionals

SELFCHECK has been a leading British brand of health checks for over 10 years.

At SELFCHECK, we're working hard to make self-testing better for your patients. All our tests are assembled at our quality assured (ISO13485) medical device facility in the UK, which also develops and supplies diagnostics for the NHS and research institutions. Through our experience and expertise in developing medical diagnostics, we also provide help for your patients so they can fully understand how our tests work, and how they should be used.

Better to know

We want you to be aware that no biomarker, even when checked by your hospital lab, is 100% perfect at diagnosing a specific medical condition. Because of this, a false positive result may cause unnecessary worry and further investigations, whilst a false negative result may give you peace of mind, when actually there may be an underlying condition that requires treatment. Rather than purchasing a self-test kit, you may wish to speak with your NHS GP first, who can arrange for tests if needed.

Make sure that you have considered what a result will mean to you before deciding to test. At SELFCHECK, you can also speak with our health check experts if you need help to use your test or interpret your results.

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