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Discover a simple and fast solution for ensuring your breast milk is alcohol-free. Our alcohol test strips are designed for accuracy, offering a convenient way to test for alcohol presence in breast milk. With a discreet delivery option, these tests provide swift results, empowering mothers to breastfeed with confidence.
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The One Step Breast Milk Alcohol Test offers a swift and reliable method to detect alcohol presence in breast milk. Our alcohol test strips ensure accurate results within minutes, providing peace of mind for breastfeeding mothers.
Breastfeeding and alcohol pose concerns for new mothers. The ‘One Step’ Breast Milk Alcohol Test eliminates guesswork, offering assurance about alcohol transfer to your baby. After a period of abstinence during pregnancy, mothers can now enjoy an occasional drink without worry. Easy to use and delivering results in just 5 minutes, this test provides the confidence needed for a safe breastfeeding experience.
Yes, the ‘One Step’ Breast Milk Alcohol Test Strips are designed to detect the presence of alcohol in breast milk, providing an easy and reliable way to ensure the safety of breastfeeding.
Testing breast milk for alcohol is simple with our alcohol test strips. Immerse the test tip into the breast milk for 10-15 seconds, wait for 5 minutes, and then compare the test pad colour to the accompanying chart. Any colour change indicates the presence of alcohol.
Yes, the alcohol test strips for breast milk are effective and accurate. They provide fast results within 5 minutes, offering a reliable method to detect alcohol presence. The strips are designed for ease of use, ensuring confidence in breastfeeding.
The duration alcohol stays in breast milk varies. Generally, it aligns with the time it remains in the bloodstream. Testing with alcohol test strips can help determine if it is safe to breastfeed.
Find detailed instructions on how to use the test.
What is alcohol? Alcohol is found in drinks such as beer, lager, cider, wine, alco pops and spirits (whisky, vodka, gin, rum). All alcoholic drinks contain ethanol (pure alcohol). The strength, colour and taste of alcoholic drinks depend upon the amount of ethanol and the ingredients used, for example grapes, hops or grains. Alcohol has […]