10 x Pregnancy Mid-Stream Tests
Want to get the best pregnancy tests on the market today? Try our home pregnancy tests. Our rapid pregnancy midstream tests are designed to detect the hCG hormone as low as 10mIU/ML, making them far more effective than similar tests. Along with being one of the most sensitive on the market, the home pregnancy test offers fast and reliable results.
How do home pregnancy tests work?
The Fertility 2 Family home pregnancy tests allow you to start testing up to seven days before the expected missed period, detecting as low as 10mIU/ml of the HCG in the urine.
This means they can detect the hormone as early as two or three days after the body produces hCG. The human chorionic gonadotropin, or the pregnancy hormone, is produced once the fertilised egg gets attached to the uterine wall (implantation). The implantation process occurs within 6-12 days after ovulation, so the pregnancy hormone levels will typically double every 2-3 days.
Fertility2Family Instream pregnancy test kits are chemist quality and 99% accurate, and that’s why they are rated as one of the best pregnancy tests you can buy. So, buy our easy-to-use and affordable early-detection pregnancy tests and use them as often as you like without stress.
All home pregnancy tests come with at least 20 months or more expiration date, something most other brands offer.
Pregnancy test instructions
- Before using the pregnancy midstream test, you should take the time to read all of the instructions.
- Clean your hands thoroughly.
- Remove the home pregnancy test from the wrapper and hold the tip
- Place the device on your urine stream for a few seconds and put it on a level surface. You will see the colour begin to climb the test strip.
- Wait for one minute for the urine to completely travel through the test before you can start reading the results. Do not interpret test results after 5 minutes.
If you notice two lines on the window, you are pregnant. If you only get one line, it could mean you are not pregnant, or the hCG levels are still too low to be captured by the pregnancy test kit.
We want you to feel confident when using our home pregnancy tests; this is why we offer detailed pregnancy test instructions that include all the frequently asked questions, from when to take a pregnancy test to how common a false positive
When can I take a home pregnancy test?
Waiting for at least one to two weeks after you have had intercourse. You do not need to wait until you have missed your period to complete the home pregnancy test, but it is recommended that you use your first-morning urine if you are testing before your period is due.
A positive early result indicates that you are pregnant, but a negative result should be re-tested once your period is due. If you have missed your period, you do not need to use the first-morning urine.
Fertility2Family highly sensitive pregnancy tests can detect very low levels of hCG in your urine, and testing during your two-week wait before your expected missed period can lead to detecting a chemical pregnancy. Chemical pregnancies account for 50 to 70 per cent of all early miscarriages.
Frequently asked questions
Precautions and warnings
- You cannot just make a conclusive diagnosis after taking a single test but rather on the results of several tests. For this reason, it’s vital to visit your doctor to confirm everything after taking the home pregnancy test. They will perform another urine or blood test and discuss the findings.
- Before doing the test, read the instructions carefully and take note of the test and control lines.
- Do not use the test kit if it is expired.
- Please do not use the same test devices twice, as it’s meant for one-time use. After that, throw away the pregnancy test.
- Do not touch the membrane within the test tube.
- If the packaging is damaged or open, do not use it.
- You should use the device when you open the packaging because it will deteriorate if exposed to ambient humidity for an extended period.
- Handle urine samples and use devices cautiously, as they may be contagious. Contact should be avoided.
- Ensure that the urine sample is disposed of properly.
- Pregnancy hormone (hCG)-containing medications may influence the test’s outcome. If you are taking any medications, you should speak with your doctor.
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