How does the Pregnancy Test – Early Detection work?
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone, produced by the developing placenta shortly after the conception and secreted into the urine. It increases up to the 3rd month of pregnancy. The Pregnancy Test – Early Detection detects even low levels from 10 IU/L of this hormone and verifies it in urine already in the early stages of pregnancy.
When to do the test?
With its detection from 10IU, the LIVSANE Pregnancy Test – Early Detection is very sensitive. As the test can be used up to 5 days before the expected period, it is recommended to only use the first morning urine for testing.
Can alcohol alter the test result?
It is not recommended to do the test after usage of alcohol.
Can medication alter the test result?
hCG, FSH, LH and TSH based medication may have an effect on the test result, other hormone-based contraceptives like the birth control pill may not.