Suresign Ultra Early Pregnancy Tests – 2 Pack
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Our most popular midstream Pregnancy Test – can be used up to 5 days before your period is due!
Ultra Early Pregnancy Tests. Sent in letterbox-friendly packaging.
- Fast, easy to read results in 3 minutes
- Accurate Result: 99% accurate at first day of expected period.
- Convenient: You can test at any time of the day but the test is most sensitive with first morning urine.
- The test can be used as early as 5 days before your period is due. The test is most accurate on the day your period is due.
- 33% more accurate than some other leading UK brands*
* at 4 days early
Questions & Answers
Q: How does the test work?
A: The Pregnancy Test detects a hormone in your urine that your body produces during pregnancy (hCG-human chorionic gonadotropin). The amount of pregnancy hormone increases as pregnancy progresses.
Q: How soon after I suspect that I am pregnant can I take the test?
A: You can test 5 days before the day of your expected period. The test is 64% accurate on this day. However, the test is 99% accurate on the day before your period is due.
Q: Do you have to test with first morning urine?
A: Although you can test at any time of the day, your first morning urine is usually the most concentrated of the day and would have the most hCG in it if pregnant. If testing early please use the first morning urine. Do not drink excessively before taking the test.
Q: How will I know the test has worked?
A: The appearance of a coloured line in the Control Region (C) tells you that you followed the test procedure properly and the test has worked.
Q: Do I have to wait the full 3 minutes before reading my results?
A: Yes. It is important that you wait to see if a line appears in the Test Region (T) before reading the result. Although the line in the Control Region (C) may appear quickly, a line in the Test Region (T) may take up to 3 minutes to become visible.
Q: If I see a line in both the Test and Control Regions, but one line is darker than the other, am I pregnant?
A: Yes. Even if one line is darker than the other, the result indicates that you are pregnant.
Q: I am not sure I held the test in my urine stream for long enough. Will I still get an accurate result?
A: If a coloured line appears in the Control Region (C), the test has worked properly. To achieve accurate results, you should hold the test in your urine stream for at least 2-3 seconds, then wait at least 1 minute and up to 3 minutes to read the results.
Q: How accurate is the test?
A: Clinical evaluations have shown that the Pregnancy Test is 99% accurate on the day before your expected period.
Q: What does 33% more accurate mean?
A: You are 33% more likely to get an accurate result with the Suresign Ultra Early Pregnancy Midstream Test when compared to several of the worlds leading brands, when testing 4 days before your expected period. This means you can have greater confidence in the results when using the Suresign Ultra Early Pregnancy Midstream Test.
Q: How sensitive is the test?
A: The Pregnancy Test detects hCG in urine at a concentration of 15mlU/mL or greater. The presence in the urine sample of LH (500mlU/mL), FSH (1,000mlU- /mL), and TSH (1,000μlU/mL) did not interfere with the expected result.
Q: What should I do if the result shows that I am pregnant?
A: It means that your urine contains hCG and you are probably pregnant. If you test early we recommend that you re-test on the day of your expected period to confirm the results. Always consult your doctor to confirm that you are pregnant and to discuss the steps you should take.
Q: What should I do if the result shows that I am not pregnant?
A: It means that no hCG has been detected in your urine and you are probably not pregnant. If you do not start your period within a week of its due date, repeat the test with a new Pregnancy Test. If you obtain a negative result after repeating the test and you still do not start your period, you should see your doctor.
Q: Do common medications affect the test?
A: At the concentrations shown, none of the following substances affected the test results: Acetaminophen (Paracetamol 20mg/dL), Acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin 20mg/dL), Abscorbic acid (Vitamin C 20mg/dL), Atropine (20mg/dL), Caffeine (20mg/dL), Gentesic acid (20mg/dL), Glucose (2g/dL), Haemoglobin (20mg/dL), Ampicillin (20mg/dL) and Tetracycline (20mg/dL).