Our Midstream Pregnancy Test is a quick and easy to use home urine test kit. All you need to do is remove the cap and pee straight onto the test stick. After you’ve peed onto the test stick just replace the cap and wait 3 minutes for your result to appear. The test can be used as early as 4 days before your first day of missed period due to its sensitivity level of 10mIU/ml.
For more information about trying to get pregnant click here.
These tests are exactly the same the ones that we supply to the NHS – Click here to view
5 x Test Pack
Firstly, if you are after any 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 this part of our web-site
This link will open a new window in your browser that will take you to a page that lists many subjects including Abortion, Endometriosis, Fertility, Menopause, Miscarriage, PMS, PMT, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and much, much more including a FREE Ovulation Calendar you can view and use, a fertility chart you can download and print for FREE and even a video clearly showing and describing the entire process of ovulation. Even our shipping is FREE to any UK destination. And all our packages are marked Private and Confidential with no indication of content.
We sell all the main brands of pregnancy tests including all those from Clearblue and First Response but we also sell our own complete range of pregnancy tests that are just as good at a fraction of the price of the main brands. Our own products are so good that and we are very proud of that. And because of this we are now the number 1 supplier of pregnancy tests to the NHS.
to open a new page in your browser that shows the main NHS Site that lists all the pregnancy tests that have been approved by the NHS for their own extensive use and you can check what we say for yourself.
We also offer different types of pregnancy test (pee on a stick, pippette & cassette test and, the just as accurate, strip type test). Our ultra early 10mIU/ml pregnancy tests are 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.
The tests shown here are identical to the tests we sell to the NHS so you can be assured you are getting the best there is.
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.
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