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PROSTA Check Test

At-home prostate function test

In men, the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is produced by the prostate. This gland is located in the abdominal area under the bladder, it surrounds the urethra and it plays a vital role for the seminal fluid. The PSA level provides information about the condition of the prostate. Therefore, an elevated PSA level might indicate pathologies of the prostate (benign hyperplasia, prostatitis, cancer, etc.). PSA testing can be done at least once a year in men who are more than 50 years old or who have a family history of prostate problems.

Symptoms of prostate problems can vary, but the most common ones include:

  • Weak urine flow

  • Pain in the pelvis, genitals, lower back, and buttocks

  • Pain when urinating

  • Frequent need to urinate

  • Pain during ejaculation

Early diagnosis in case of prostate-related diseases can mean a better chance for treatment.

Do you suspect any prostate problems? You can find out quickly with the new at-home test Prosta-Check!

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Video Instruction for Use

Prosta Check Test

How to test yourself

  1. Read the instructions.

  2. Wash your hands with hot water. Dry them carefully to warm them up.

  3. Use the lancet to take one blood drop. Fill the pipette up to the black line.

  4. Put the blood sample in the well (S) on the cassette.

  5. Add exactly 4 drops of diluent in the well.

  6. Read the result after 10 minutes.



1 sealed aluminium pouch containing:
- 1 test device
- 1 plastic pipette
- 1 desiccant bag
1 sterile lancet for blood sampling.
1 dropper bottle containing 1 mL of diluent.
1 instruction leaflet.

Certificates and instructions for use



Results Interpretation







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