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Urea Testing (BUN)

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How to check your Urea levels with a home finger-prick blood test kit

What Is An Urea Test For?

An Urea test is also known as a Blood Urea Nitrogen test.

Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) is a waste product naturally produced in your body.

Proteins eaten in your diet are processed by the liver and during this process blood urea nitrogen is released into the blood.

The BUN is passed to your kidneys and then healthy kidneys flush it from the body in urine.

As such, abnormal levels may indicate an issue with your kidney function.

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Urea Testing UK Statistics 2021

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8.1% of people tested have Urea levels which are too high.

And 0.3% have levels that are too low.

The average Urea result is 5.6 mmol/L
Note what is normal for you may differ for your age and gender.

Human male body

Men tend to report higher Urea in their blood than women.

As many as one in ten men tested have high levels of Urea

Normal range test results


of people have Urea blood levels in the normal range. Do you?

Are you in the 91.6% with normal results?

What If Urea Test Levels Are High?

What If Urea Test Levels Are High?

High urea levels suggest poor kidney function, which can often be due to acute or chronic kidney disease.

However, many other conditions can affect urea levels including dehydration, urine flow obstruction or diseases which reduce blood flow to the kidneys.

Consultation with a medical practitioner is advised and further blood tests may be required.

What If Urea Test Levels Are Low?

What If Urea Test Levels Are Low?

Low urea levels are uncommon and often reflect a diet low protein diet or small body type. This is not usually a cause for concern.

They can be seen in severe liver disease or malnutrition but are not used to diagnose or monitor these conditions. Low urea levels are also seen in normal pregnancy.


How To Test Urea?

Health testing for Urea levels in your blood

The Urea (BUN) Test allows you to accurately check your levels of Urea in a fingerprick blood sample.

You can check your Urea levels by buying a home finger-prick blood test kit below. Your sample is then professionally analysed in an accredited laboratory for total reassurance. The Vitall Kidney Function Home Test Kit includes a Urea test and is available for just £69.

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Other Biomarkers Often Tested With Urea

Why Take The Urea Test?

Our Kidney Function blood test kit checks critical electrolytes, minerals & proteins in your blood. 

Waste product accumulation and fluid imbalances can indicate that your kidneys are not functioning properly and can cause damage to your body or a potentially life-threatening situation.

Take control of your health without any of the inconvenience of going to the doctors with one of Vitall’s at-home blood tests.

Who Should Take The Urea Blood Test?

Assess normal kidney function and indicate kidney damage using a home finger-prick blood test kit.

You get the convenience of home testing with the reassurance of professional clinical analysis. Your results are delivered quickly & securely online.

This Kidney Function Test is advised if you:

  • eat a high protein diet;
  • have a family history of kidney problems;
  • have diabetes, or impaired glucose tolerance;
  • have kidney disease;
  • have kidney stones;
  • have recently experienced an acute injury;
  • have, or have had, high blood pressure;
  • regularly take anti-inflammatory medication (including aspirin & ibuprofen);
  • suffer from urinary tract infections (UTIs);
  • want the convenience of home testing without waiting for a GP appointment;
  • need a high quality, clinically accredited test done in a professional clinical laboratory.

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How Much Do Kidney Function Tests Cost?

The Vitall kidney function test is available online for just £69. Your home test kit will be dispatched by free first class post for delivery to your door.

When you checkout to buy your kidney function test online we also offer additional options, including:

  • Upgrade to next day delivery of your home test kit for an additional £7.99.
  • Visit the Patient Reception in central London for just £25. Your kidney function test sample can be collected by a qualified nurse for immediate analysis.
  • Have a nurse visit you to collect the sample for your kidney function test, this is available within the M25 area for just £149.

Whichever option you choose at checkout, buying the best kidney function test online in the UK with Vitall ensures high quality results from an accredited laboratory.

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