These pregnancy tests are highly sensitivity 10mIU/ml test that are very easy to use. No need for collecting the urine in a pot just pee on the stick replace the cap and check the result.
For more information about trying to get pregnant click here.
These tests are exactly the same ones that we supply to the NHS.
25 x Test Pack
How to Read the Results
PREGNANT – Positive
The presence of two red lines in the test (T) and control (C) window, one red line next to the (T) and one red line next to the (C) window, means you are probably pregnant. One line may be lighter than the other, they do not have to match.
NOT PREGNANT – Negative
The presence of just one red line next to the control (C) window means you are probably not pregnant
The result is invalid if no red line appears in either the test (T) and control (C) window, or there is no red line next to the control (C) window as shown. You should repeat the test with a new midstream test.
To read and download a copy of the full product instructions please click here.
For full instructions on how to use these tests click here.
Pregnancy If you are physically dependent on opiates and think you might be pregnant it is not safe to suddenly stop on your own. Sudden withdrawal increases the risk of miscarriage. Opiates alone don’t affect the development of the unborn baby, but whether or not you want to have the baby, it is important for […]
Whether you are trying to get pregnant or trying to keep from getting pregnant, when you miss your period you want to know immediately if you are pregnant or not. The pregnancy tests that we offer are fast, accurate (greater than 99%), reliable and an easy alternative when you require immediate discreet results in the […]
Finding out a little bit more about fertility and when you are most fertile can make an incredible difference to planning your future. Identifying your fertile days – the days possible to get pregnant during each menstrual cycle, enables you to know the best time to conceive. Fertility Approximately 20% of women in the U.K. […]
What is folic acid? Folic acid is one of the B vitamins, it is also known as folate when found naturally in foods, some of which you may already eat. Folic acid is added to many breakfast cereals (e.g. Kellogg’s corn flakes™) and breads to fortify them. Look on the outside of packets for the […]
Preparing for pregnancy The majority of us enjoy having sex, so becoming pregnant should be one of the most natural things in the world. When you start thinking about becoming pregnant you should take a look at your health and that of your partner. Try to give yourselves three months to prepare for pregnancy, during […]