Are you pregnant? Discover the results quickly with a super early pregnancy test.
If you think you might be pregnant – even if it was planned or not – it can be quite stressful!
Waiting to take a pregnancy test can take a while. With regular over the counter pregnancy tests, you have to wait for at least 3 weeks after intercourse, or after the first day of your missed period, in order to get a reliable result.
Waiting that long for a result is very stressful, especially such a life-changing event.
One of the fastest pregnancy test available is the Suresign Ultra Early Pregnancy Test, which is two times as sensitive compared to regular pregnancy tests on the market. The test can give results in as little as 8 days after having sex and even before the next due date of your period.
Signs that you might be pregnant:
- Your period is late
- Nausea and/or throwing up
- Sore breasts
- Urinating more frequently than normal
- Food cravings and an increased level of responsiveness to scents and tastes
If there is an increase in the hormone HCG in the urine, the Ultra Early Pregnancy Test will detect it.
HCG levels for women who are not pregnant are usually under 3 IU/L (international units per litre), however, by the 10th week after conception, this level can reach as much as 230,000 IU/L. Levels as low as 5 IU/L can be detected by the Suresign test and is comparable to any pregnancy test given by a doctor.
How Does the Test Work?
You just have to pee onto a test stick for 3 seconds, ideally when you first get up in the morning as this is when the hormones are at peak levels, but the test can be performed anytime throughout the day if required. Results are available in only 3 minutes – one line means you are not pregnant and two lines mean that you are pregnant, even if the lower line is faded.
If your period isn’t late, it is recommended that you perform a second test a couple of days later. Once you get the result, either way, you will feel greatly relieved; don’t stress yourself by putting it off, take an early pregnancy test today! Could you be pregnant? Find out as soon as possible with this super early test for pregnancy.
This post has been updated since its original publication in 2017.