Pregnancy Test Cassettes measure the presence of the hormone hCG in your urine. The hormone is usually present and can be detected by a home pregnancy test 7-10 days after conception. The further into the pregnancy, the higher the hCG levels in your urine, but this test can show a positive result as early as the first day after your missed period.
Our pregnancy cassette tests are the exact testing kits used by the NHS to confirm a pregnancy. The test is conducted by using the pipette provided to dispense the urine samples onto the testing section of the cassette. Positive results may be visible within 1 minute, depending on the level of hCG present. To confirm a negative result, wait up to 5 minutes. Using an NHS approved test at home is the preferred option by many, including health care professionals.
Choose from our pregnancy cassette tests for quick and accurate results backed by the NHS. For more information on testing, fertility and family planning, please read ‘Family Planning’.
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