qFIT Bowel Cancer Screening Test

£49.00

FREE SHIPPING
Feature Icon
1 Biomarker
Feature Icon
Easy At-Home Test
Feature Icon
Lab Analysis
Feature Icon
Results in 2 Days
Feature Icon
Stool Sample
Feature Icon
Results Download

The qFIT test - used in the NHS and the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme - is a FIT stool test that picks up blood in the stool which can be caused by bowel cancer. So if you've got gut symptoms or just want to screen for bowel cancer, this is the test for you.

Use our easy at home bowel cancer test kit to send a stool sample to our UKAS-accredited lab partner (who also test for the NHS). You'll get your FIT test result and doctor's report with recommendations in days.

Personalise your test

Depending on your age, sex and any symptoms, you may consider adding to your test panel.


Total Price:£49.00
visamastercardamexpaypalapplePaygooglePayklarna
qFIT Bowel Cancer Screening Test Results Dashboard

Our qFIT Bowel Cancer Screening Test is for you if...

  • Bullet Icon

    You've got gut symptoms like a change in bowel habit, stomach pain or weight loss.

  • Bullet Icon

    You've got no symptoms but just want to screen for bowel cancer.

  • Bullet Icon

    You want the same test used in the NHS and the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme.

  • Bullet Icon

    You want results fast with a doctor's recommendation on what to do next.

How does the
qFIT Bowel Cancer Screening Test help you?

Dr Merrifield, our medical director

Dr Claire Merrifield

GP & PhD

our medical director

open quote icon

Bowel cancer is common and will affect around 1-in-15 of us. It's commonest over the age of 50 but more and more people under 50 are getting it. The main symptoms of bowel cancer include:

  • Bullet Icon
    A change in bowel habits
  • Bullet Icon
    Stomach pain or lumps
  • Bullet Icon
    Weight loss
  • Bullet Icon
    Unexplained fatigue or tiredness
  • Bullet Icon
    Blood in the stool

In the early stages, many people with bowel cancer have no symptoms but we can still pick up bowel cancer early with a FIT stool test by testing for tiny amounts of blood in your stool (that you wouldn’t be able to see) with a “quantitative faecal immunochemical test” or qFIT. The sooner you detect bowel cancer, the better your chances of beating it.

Our qFIT test is the same test that is used in the NHS, which invites people aged 60-74 to take a qFIT test every two years. The start age is coming down to 50 on a regional basis.

What do the FIT test results mean?

Your bowel cancer FIT result will include your actual FIT level and a report from one of our doctors explaining what your level means. You'll also be able to download your formal lab report so you can easily share it with your doctor.

A negative FIT test result means that no blood was detected in your stool and it's very unlikely that you have bowel cancer.

A positive FIT test result means that blood was detected in your stool and you'll get a number with the amount of blood in the stool, measured in micrograms per gram of stool (µg/g). This is usually between 4 and 200µg/g. The higher the number, the more likely it is that bowel cancer is the cause.

FIT level (µg/g) Risk of having bowel cancer (approx.)
Less than 4 (“negative”) 1 in 1000
4 - 9.9 1 in 160
10 - 99.9 1 in 30
100 or higher 1 in 5

Limitations of the bowel cancer FIT test

Although qFIT tests are one of the best tests we have to pick up bowel cancer early, they're not perfect:

  • Bullet Icon
    Around 1 in 1000 people can have a negative qFIT test but later be found to have bowel cancer.
  • Bullet Icon
    Most people with a positive qFIT test do not have bowel cancer. Remember, a qFIT test doesn't diagnose bowel cancer, it just looks for the presence of blood in the stool.
  • Bullet Icon
    If a qFIT test picks up blood in your stool, you may need a camera test to look inside the bowel to know what's caused it.
close quote icon

What's tested
and why?

Bowel Cancer Screening Test

Bowel cancer affects 1-in-15 of us and the main symptoms are a change in bowel habit, stomach pain and blood in the stool.

WHAT'S MEASURED?

How Selph
testing works

Collect & Post Sample
Collect & Post Sample

Collect your sample at home or visit a clinic.

Use the included envelope to post your sample back to our UKAS-accredited lab (The Doctors Laboratory) for analysis.

Accurate Results, explained
Accurate Results, explained

We'll deliver your results to your dashboard. Every result is explained so you're in control.

You can also track your results over time.

Get Support & Progress
Get Support & Progress

Our experts will give you a report so you'll know what your results mean.

We'll highlight how you can use your results to understand symptoms, pick up health problems early and take action.

qFIT Bowel Cancer Screening Test FAQs

Please get in touch if you have any other questions about our tests.

Join the Selph community

Selph Ltd, Reg. No. 12169438

124 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX

Stripe Badge