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First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test can be used 6 days earlier than the day of your missed period. Now you no longer have to wait until you miss your period!
Why can I test earlier with First Response Pregnancy Test than with any other pregnancy test?
The First Response Early Pregnancy Test is so sensitive that most pregnant women have enough of the pregnancy hormone, hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), to be detected as early as six days earlier than the day of their missed period. Therefore, you can use the First Response Early Pregnancy Test as early as six days before the day of your missed your period. For example, if you expect your period on the 21st of the month, you can test as early as the 16th day of the month. You can use the First Response Early Pregnancy Test any time of the day.
When can I do the test?
You can test as early as six days sooner than the day of your missed period. You can use the First Response Early Pregnancy Test any time of the day. You don't have to use first morning urine. Generally, however, your first morning urine contains the highest level of the pregnancy hormone.
How accurate is the test?
In studies of the First Response Early Pregnancy Test with urine samples representative of both pregnant and non-pregnant subjects, laboratory technicians obtained the correct expected result in more than 99% of the samples. Over 99% accurate at detecting typical hormone levels when present. However, some pregnant women may not have detectable amounts of pregnancy hormone in their urine on the first day of the missed period or may have miscalculated the first day of their period.
How do I know if I am pregnant or not?
The First Response Early Pregnancy Test has an easy to read test stick - two pink lines in the Result Window means you are pregnant, one pink line means you are not pregnant. The appearance of a second line, no matter how faint, is a positive result.
How to use First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test: