20 x Pregnancy Mid-Stream Tests
Fertility2Family Pregnancy Tests are among the most sensitive hCG tests for early pregnancy detection. We’ve assisted 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 possible and as often as you want without worrying 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 determine pregnancy by checking for hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) in your urine. Non-pregnant women’s hCG levels are generally modest (about five mIU) but 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 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 recently engaged in unprotected intercourse or attempting to conceive. Detecting early pregnancy allows you to start taking 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 the 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.
- Place your thumb on the exposed absorbent to hold the test kit and point it downwards. You can now urinate on the absorbent tip, ensuring it is thoroughly 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 use.
When used with our pregnancy test instructions, Fertility2Family tests have been confirmed to be more than 99 per cent accurate and rated the best pregnancy tests in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 by Australians on ProductReview.
What are the result interpretations?
A positive test results
A positive pregnancy test result signifies you are pregnant, shown by two lines on the pregnancy test. You should contact your doctor or healthcare expert for more information if you receive a positive result.
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.
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