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Our early 10mIU/ml pregnancy test kit can detect a pregnancy from as early as just 2 days after implantation/conception (though 4-6 days is more normal).
The pregnancy hormone increases dramatically from less than 5mIU/ml to way over 100,000mIU/ml in the first 3 months of a pregnancy. So our 10mIU/ml test is extremely sensitive and it is exactly the same one as we sell to huge numbers of A&E departments.
These tests are exactly the same as the ones we supply to the NHS.
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We offer different pregnancy test kit types such as; pee on a stick, pipette & cassette test and, the just as accurate, strip type test. Our ultra early 10mIU/ml pregnancy test strip is the preferred pregnancy test used in most A&E departments in hospitals throughout the UK – basically the lower the number, e.g. 10mIU vs the normal 25mIU, the earlier a pregnancy will be detected.
We also sell all the main brands of pregnancy tests including those from Clearblue and First Response. Our own complete range of pregnancy tests are just as good but at a fraction of the price of the main high street brands. The One Step pregnancy tests are so good that we are are now the number 1 supplier of pregnancy tests to the NHS. To view our test kits on the NHS Supplies catalogue please click on the link below;
A new browser page will open where you will be able to view all the pregnancy test kit offerings we have listed within the NHS catalogue.
If you are looking for additional help or information related to pregnancy, ovulation, the menstrual cycle, antenatal care etc then the best way to find hundreds of pages directly related to these subjects is to go to the health information part of our web-site, just click on the link at the top of the page.
The link above will open up in a new browser tab and will take you to a page that lists many different female health categories including Endometriosis, Fertility, Menopause, Miscarriage, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and much, much more including an Ovulation calendar and fertility chart you can download and print off as many times along with a video clearly showing and describing the entire process of ovulation.
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