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20 x Pregnancy Mid-Stream Tests
Fertility2Family Pregnancy Tests are among the most sensitive hCG tests on the market for early detection of pregnancy. We’ve been assisting Australians with our low-cost, simple-to-use home pregnancy tests for over 12 years.
Fertility2Family Pregnancy Tests are inexpensive, simple to use, individually packaged, and guaranteed to be accurate. This means you can start testing as soon as you want and as often as you want without having to worry about the cost.
What are instream pregnancy tests, and how do they work?
The pregnancy midstream tests that we offer operate by identifying pregnancy indicators in your urine. The tests are used to determine pregnancy by checking for the presence of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) in your urine. Non-pregnant women’s hCG levels are generally modest (about 5 mIU), but they rise after conception. Our test can identify pregnancy up to seven days before the period. However, if you’re testing early, we always recommend using the first urine you get after waking up because this is when the hCG hormone levels are highest.
When should the hCG test be used?
If you think you’re pregnant, you should use our in-stream tests. This is a good idea for persons who have recently engaged in unprotected intercourse or attempting to conceive. Detecting early pregnancy allows you to start to take prenatal vitamins.
Below are some of the early symptoms that it’s time to buy a pregnancy test:
- A missed period
- Breasts that are tender, puffy, or enlarged
- Urination is becoming more frequent.
The Best Way to Take a Home Pregnancy Test?
We want you to be comfortable with the early pregnancy test results, and that’s why we provide our step-by-step pregnancy test instructions with every order, which are downloadable and portable so you can test where ever and whenever you need to.
We go over everything you need to know about using an early pregnancy test. Including when to start testing to see if you’re pregnant, how to use a home pregnancy test, what is a chemical pregnancy, and the difference between a faint line on a pregnancy test.
Here are steps to follow:
- Before using the midstream kit, you should take the time to read all of the instructions.
- Remove the midstream test kit from the packaging.
- To avoid contamination, open the cap to expose the absorbent tip, but do not touch it.
- To hold the test kit, place your thumb on the exposed absorbent and point it downwards. You can now urinate on the absorbent tip, making sure it is completely wet.
- Recap the absorbent tip and place the test on a level surface after you’re finished. Ensure that the result window is facing up.
- You should get results in under a minute; do not interpret test results after 5 minutes.
- After using the hCG test kit, discard it; each device is only intended for one usage.
When used with our pregnancy test instructions, Fertility2Family tests have been confirmed to be more than 99 per cent accurate and have been rated the best pregnancy tests in 2019 & 2020, 2021 by Australians on ProductReview.
What are the result interpretations?
A positive test results
A positive pregnancy test result signifies you are pregnant, which is shown by two lines on the pregnancy test. If you receive a positive result, you should contact your doctor or healthcare expert for more information.
False-positive results are very uncommon. False positives happen for a variety of reasons, as stated below:
- The instream pregnancy test is expired
- Certain medications are triggering the HCG production
- Early pregnancy loss
- Ovarian tumours
- Kidney failure
- Liver disease
Fertility2Family highly sensitive pregnancy tests can detect very low levels of hCG in your urine. Testing during your two-week wait before your expected missed period can lead to a higher chance of detecting a chemical pregnancy. Chemical pregnancies account for 50 to 70 per cent of all conceptions.
Negative pregnancy test results
If you obtain a negative pregnancy test result, you’ll only see one line on the test kit, suggesting that you didn’t conceive. However, testing before your expected missed period may lead to a false-negative result. If you are still experiencing early pregnancy symptoms, retest after your expected next period to confirm pregnancy or see your healthcare professional.
The following are some of the reasons for false-negative pregnancy results:
- Testing before your body produces enough hCG hormones.
- You may be making an error during the testing process EG: not enough urine on the test.
- Using diluted urine for the test (you likely did not test early in the morning)
- The test kit you used is out of date.
Pregnancy tests frequently asked questions
When is the best time to check for pregnancy?
In a nutshell, you should do the test about seven days before the next period. Ovulation usually happens on day 14 of a 28-day cycle, and the egg is fertilized in the fallopian tube. By the sixth day following conception, it will have made its way to the uterus, where it is implanted. The cells in the embryo will begin to create hCG after implantation, and hCG levels will typically double every 24 to 48 hours.
Because implantation usually occurs between 6 and 12 days after ovulation, we recommend testing starting ten days after ovulation to avoid the hCG levels being too low to detect on an early detection test. This compensates for variations in your cycle’s ovulation, fertilization, and egg implantation times. It’s better to use a concentrated urine sample which is obtained by testing with first-morning urine.
How to Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant?
Timing your intercourse around your ovulation is the best strategy to maximize your chances of getting pregnant quickly. You’ll ovulate two weeks before your period if you have regular cycles. Using ovulation tests to pinpoint your most fertile window and LH surge increases your chances of becoming pregnant. Use OPKs and a basal body temperature while monitoring your cervix and cervical mucous. Ovulation predictor kits are one of the most reliable ways to detect ovulation.
What Is the Accuracy of Early Detection Tests?
When you follow the instructions, you’ll get reliable results. The accuracy of pregnancy tests in detecting early pregnancy is 99 per cent and can identify low levels of the pregnancy hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). Our Fertility2Family tests are among the best ultra early pregnancy test on the market, detecting at 10mIU/ml.
What should I do if I get a positive test result?
You’re pregnant if you get a positive pregnancy test the day after your predicted missed period. If your test results are positive, you should see your doctor to confirm and discuss prenatal vitamins.
What if the home early detection test resulted in a false positive?
A true-false positive for any brand, including ours, are extremely rare; our hCG tests are 99% accurate. The most common cause of a false-positive result is a chemical pregnancy when an egg is fertilized but not implanted into the endometrium. Chemical pregnancies are thought to account for 50 – 70% of all conceptions. Using an early detection test, you can detect very low amounts of hCG in your system, boosting your chances of discovering a non-viable pregnancy.
If you’re taking fertility medicine, have recently miscarried, or have certain medication-related illnesses, including a urinary tract infection (UTI) or ovarian cysts, you’re more likely to have a false positive.
Do you sell pregnancy kits in bulk?
Fertility2Family offers a wide choice of fertility products that have been carefully selected and packaged to help you on your way to becoming a mother. Conceive Plus, ovulation tests, basal thermometers, and our low-cost hCG strip tests are all included in these bundles.
What does an evaporation line mean?
An evaporation line, also known as an Evap Line, is a thin colourless stripe that might appear when the hCG test is left too long before the results are read. We recommend reading the test findings after one minute but not five minutes, as this increases the likelihood of an evap line. The presence of an evaporation line does not imply that a woman is pregnant.
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