How does it 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 – Rapid Detection detects levels from 20 IU/L of this hormone and verifies it in the urine.
When to do the test?
At any time from the first day of your expected period.
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.