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Early Sign Pregnancy Test Strips 2s

SKU : OTCEARLY01|PIP-Code : 3651510|EAN : 50601333731879
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Early Sign Pregnancy Test Strips are over 99% accurate and can be used as early as the first day you miss your period.
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Early Sign Pregnancy Test Strips

Early Sign Pregnancy Test Strips are over 99% accurate and can be used as early as the first day you miss your period. They are designed to detect a very small amount of the pregnancy hormine hCG (human Chronic Gonadotropin) in the urine, a hormone that is produced soon after conception and progressively increases in quantity during the first three months of pregnancy.

Early Sign Pregnancy Test Strips provide results in just 3 minutes.
  • Tear open the sachet and remove the test strip.
  • Dip test strip into urine for 10 seconds.
  • Place test strip on dry surface or hold for 3 minutes.
  • Read your result:
    • Pregnant: The presence of one line in the test area and one line in the control area is a positive result and means you are probably pregnant. One line may be lighter than the other, they do not have to match.
    • Not pregnant: The presence of one line in the control area is a negative result and means you are probably not pregnant.
    • Invalid results: If no coloured lines appear in the control or test areas within 3-5 minutes, a procedure error or invalid test result is indicated. Repeat test with a new test piece.
  • This pregnancy test is not reusable.
  • This test works only if you follow the instruction precisely.
  • Store at room temperature (3-30°C).
  • Do not freeze.
  • For external use only - in vitro test only.
  • Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
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