Frequently Asked Questions

Home pregnancy tests are about 97% to 99% accurate. The accuracy varies with the brand and usage.

hCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonodotropin. It is a hormone produced in the body to aid implantation of the developing embryo in the uterus of a pregnant woman.

Medications that do not contain hCG will not interfere with the result.

No, the use of contraceptive pills will not interfere with the results of the test.

Some clinics and hospitals use a similar kit to detect pregnancy. Some hospitals may prefer for blood test for detecting pregnancy.

The test can be done on the day of the missed period or later. To confirm the results the test can be repeated after 5-10 days.

Any Pregnancy card can be used only once. So, if your test results indicate an invalid test, discard the kit and use a fresh new kit to confirm your result

The first sample of urine in the morning will have high concentration of hCG. So doing the test on the early morning sample of urine would be ideal.

No, it is not necessary to keep pregnancy cards in the refrigerator.

C” stands for “control.” The “C” line on a pregnancy test is there to check whether or not the pregnancy test itself is working. If you see a “C” line with a “T” line, it means the test is positive, and you are pregnant. If you see a “C” line and no “T” line, it means the test is negative and that you are not pregnant

If the test result is negative, no pregnancy hormone has been detected and you are probably not pregnant. You may repeat the test after one week. If the test is still negative, and the period still hasn’t started, a doctor should be consulted.

This should not happen if you follow the instructions correctly. If you are uncertain about the result, repeat the test with a fresh kit.