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Only Brand That Can Tell You 6 Days Sooner Than Your Missed Period
- Over 99% Accurate from the Day of Your Expected Period*
- Comfort Sure Design
- Longer Handle
- Easy-Read Window
- 50% Wider Tip
First Response™ detects the pregnancy hormone 6 days sooner than the day of your missed period (5 days before day of expected period).
Things to Know About Testing Early
Some pregnant women may not have detectable amounts of the pregnancy hormone in their urine on the day they use the test. The amount of pregnancy hormone increases as pregnancy progresses. In laboratory testing, First Response™ detected the pregnancy hormone levels in 76% of pregnant women 5 days before their expected period, in 96% of pregnant women 4 days before their expected period, in >99% of pregnant women 3 days of women before their expected period, in >99% of pregnant women 2 days before their expected period, in >99% of pregnant women 1 day before their expected period and in >99% of pregnant women on the day of their expected period.
Proud to Support March of Dimes
The sooner you know you're pregnant, the sooner you can begin giving your baby a healthy start. The maker of First Response™ is proud to support the March of Dimes†. With chapters nationwide and its premier event, March for Babies, March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies.
- 2 - First Response™ Early Result Pregnancy Test Sticks
- 1 - Instructions in English & Spanish
*>99% accurate at detecting typical pregnancy hormone levels. Note that hormone levels vary.
Please read detailed instructions inside before testing.
- Test as early as 6 days before the day of your missed period.
- Test: Put the tip of the test into urine for 5 seconds.
- Wait 3 minutes.
- Read: Two pink lines is a pregnant result (even if either line is faint).
Read insert for more information about results.
Store in a dry place below 86°F (30°C). Do not freeze.
Important note regarding negative results: Some pregnant women will not be able to detect hCG in their urine 5 days before the expected period. If you test negative before your missed period, but think you may still be pregnant, you should retest again in a few days after your missed period. All results should be confirmed by your health care provider, especially when making decisions about future medical care.
Important note regarding positive results: Because this test detects low levels of hCG, it is possible that this test may give positive results even if you are not pregnant. If you test positive, but think you may not be pregnant, you should check with your doctor.
All results should be confirmed by your health care provider, especially when making decisions about future medical care.
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