What sort of pregnancy test is First Response home pregnancy test & how do I use it ?
The 1st reponse home pregnancy test is a midstream pregnancy test.
The First Response Early Pregnancy Test is simple to perform – just hold the test stick in your urine stream for a few seconds and you will soon see the pink colour moving across the Clear Top to indicate that the test is working. After 3 minutes, you can read your result.
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 early can I use First Response ?
Now you no longer have to wait to miss your period! The First Response pregnancy test can be used 6 days earlier than the day of your missed periods (5 days before day of expected period).
The amount of pregnancy hormone increases as pregnancy progresses. In clinical testing, First Response detected hormone levels consistent with pregnancy in 62% of women 5 days before their expected period, in 78% of women 4 days before their expected period, in 87% of women 3 days before their expected period and in 98% of women 2 days before their expected period. Note that hormone levels may vary.
If you choose to test early and the result is negative, you may not pregnant or it may be too early to tell because your urine does not have enough hCG for the test to give a positive result. If you do not get your period within seven days, you should retest with another First Response Early Pregnancy Test.
How accurate is the First Response Pregnancy Test ?
The First Response test is over 99% accurate in laboratory testing.
How do I interpret the results of the First Response Pregnancy Test ?
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