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Cheap Home Bowel Cancer Testing Kit £24 Today!

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Bowel Cancer kills 43 people in the UK every day.

Early detection is vital in battling bowel cancer which is the UK's second biggest cancer killer. Recent news coverage such as the stories from the BBC, Dailymail and Metro has highlighted the need for anyone suffering any of the below symptoms to get checked as early as possible.

Letsgetchecked offers convenient at home testing using the same labs as the NHS, with a 5 star Trustpilot rating.

Symptoms include

  • Blood in your stool
  • A change in bowel habits
  • Bleeding from the ****
  • Unexplained pain in your stomach
  • A lump in your abdomen
  • Reduced appetite or unexplained weight loss
  • Hemorrhoids and/or **** fissures
  • Dizziness, tiredness or breathlessness

They offer a wide range of tests for both men and women that you do in the comfort of your own home and send away in the post with the pre-paid envelope and the results will be available to view in your online account with 2 - 5 days depending on which test that you go for. When you order online, your test will be delivered the next working day.

What's even better is that a member of LetsGetChecked's clinical team will give you a call to discuss your results, and offer advice on lifestyle changes or treatment options.

LetsGetChecked also has a five star Trustpilot rating

You can get free £25 voucher with discount code LD25 at the payment page.

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Thyroid disorders affect an estimated 1 in 20 people, but around 60 percent of people don't know they have the condition, with women 5 to 10 times more likely to have the condition. Due to this, there has been a recent increase in people taking at home tests due to their convenience (results in 2-5 days), discreetness and accuracy (results processed from same labs as NHS testing).

If left untreated, it can put you more at risk to more serious conditions such as heart disease, infertility and even thyroid cancer.

The discount code brings the price down from £59 to just £35.40 for this test

Symptoms of Hypothyroidism (under active thyroid)

  • Tiredness
  • Feeling cold
  • Weight gain
  • Poor concentration
  • Depression.
Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism (over active thyroid)
  • Weight loss
  • Heat intolerance
  • Anxiety
  • Sore and gritty eyes
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Lisa1978
Lisa19789 months ago

Have used this before a couple of times and is a very good service compared with how long things take on NHS, some tests are quite pricey but this is a really big discount, wish I'd had it before.

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YvonneKelly85
YvonneKelly859 months ago

Thanks ive not seen this before thanks for the awareness of this

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eyeballkerry
eyeballkerry9 months ago

These are very expensive and most test can be done for free on the nhs but I realise not everyone likes to visit their doctor

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cwhytock1
cwhytock19 months ago

Not every one would meet the nhs criteria to get test for free

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StephanieAngel
StephanieAngel9 months ago

40% off? Sorry but to me, any test for cancer should be free. And those who do charge should be ashamed of themselves.

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BambiBi
BambiBi9 months ago

Cancer its just a business

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Lisa1978
Lisa19789 months ago

You have to be 55 and over to get tested on NHS.

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NualaCasey
NualaCasey9 months ago

Lisa1978 I was tested for bowl cancer when I was 18 on the NHS. I love the NHS.

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StephanieAngel
StephanieAngel9 months ago

BambiBi yes. I totally agree cancer a business. I’ve been saying the same for years. Such a messed up world tho

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HayleyJeffries
HayleyJeffries9 months ago

All free on the NHS in uk. 55 and over is done as routine for everyone if you are concerned about possible symptoms it's free

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BambiBi
BambiBi9 months ago

StephanieAngl more and more people are waking to it, but still not many people knows that the success rate for Chemotherapy is only around 2-3%

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Consumer
Consumer9 months ago

Great to make people aware; I would first ask for the necessary testing via the NHS and use these as a back up option. Thank you for sharing!

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monia866
monia8669 months ago

I think such devices are very useful,it might save time and money for going to doctor. It`s important to detect first sympthoms of cancer fast to start treatement as soon as possible...

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold9 months ago

I lost 2 parents to bowel cancer within a short space of time. 20 odd quid for a test & a poss quick diagnosis is nothing. Early detection is key to surviving.

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amparollorente
amparollorente9 months ago

Please, I can't recommend all of you enough to do all the screening tests that the NHS offers you. Early detection is a prime factor to reduce mortality from cancer. I was studying Therapeutic Radiography and I have seen so many cases of advance stage cancer during my placement at hospital. Follow the recommendations of your GP and please, follow all the available screening programs

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Wolfiaa
Wolfiaa9 months ago

I have not seen these before but they look pretty useful for lots of people!

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helen476
helen4769 months ago

NHS offer free chlamydia tests and free HPV screenings for women, both are openly offered at all GPs.

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Tinkytinca
Tinkytinca9 months ago

TBH if you are at all worried see your GP (or Pharmacist). Yes I know you have to wait a week for an appointment but it will be quicker than these tests and it is / will be free. If you buy these and you have a +ve result, guess what? You will be told to see your GP!

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JulieAndre39773
JulieAndre397739 months ago

50 to be tested in Scotland for bowel cancer screening. I had bowel cancer, when I was 29, now 53, thanks to early treatment. This type of test was not around at the time. However, hearing of more young people being diagnosed with bowel cancer, I think these tests are great for anyone who is worried due to history of bowel cancer in family.. No price tag for your life..

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SuzJ
SuzJ7 months ago

You can get these for £3.40 on ebay though I'm not sure how accurate or official they are!

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Lisa1978
Lisa19787 months ago

These are tested in NHS labs though - I wouldn't trust a ebay test. Have used before myself - very easy to do and good service!

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Consumer
Consumer7 months ago

Could be useful for many although I would prefer to see a doctor. Thank you for highlighting these products!

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Ziad4321
Ziad43217 months ago

thank you very much for sharing this deal people need to be aware of this

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WendyMassey
WendyMassey7 months ago

Really don't agree with this having to pay for it so not right.

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Lisa1978
Lisa19787 months ago

Yea, NHS only give test to under 60s - should be for anyone, but this is NHS quality test and Is very handy.

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smp82smp82
smp82smp827 months ago

It amazing what you can buy now this is such a good idea

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pwclayton
pwclayton7 months ago

I had routine screening just after I was 55 and was told I would get the home sample test pack when I was 60. I was 60 last month, the test kit arrived 5 days after my birthday, I didn’t do it straight away, posted it and had the letter confirming everything was ok one week later. I think that is great service and I will now get the home test every two years.

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joannecroston
joannecroston7 months ago

Great product and will take pressure off GPs and the nhs if its catching things earlier. Great share 👍

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mparryuk52
mparryuk527 months ago

If you've got symptoms then if this kit is accurate it could well save your life! Fantastic find, thanks very much for sharing and good luck 🤞

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MumOfThree
MumOfThree7 months ago

I never understood why someone would pay for these tests until this week when i tried to make adoctors appointment and she said I'm looking at 3.5 weeks now!! Worth it put your mind at rest

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archanat
archanat7 months ago

Never knew that such things exist.. Thank you so much for sharing the deal with us. Very useful for many. Always good to check once in a year

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dastardly
dastardly7 months ago

Initially unable to add the code, because I’m an idiot, managed in the end. Well worth it for the piece of mind

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