Three Steps To Using A Pregnancy Test S***p Accurately
A pregnancy test s***p is a simple way to know one’s pregnancy status. The s***p checks the presence of HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), which comes in urine very early for the duration of pregnancy. So if you have missed your period and want to know if you are pregnant or not, the steps below will help you in using a pregnancy test s***p.
The first step is to take a clean, dry glass or plastic container to collect your urine. However, it is important that pregnancy test s***p and urine have to be room temperature at 15-30°C for pregnancy testing.
Remove the HCG test strips from the conserved pouch and dip the s***p in the urine through the arrow point to the urine. It is very important that you do not let the urine level go above the maximum line; otherwise, the test will be ruined.
After that, take the home pregnancy test s***p out after 3 seconds and put the s***p on a smooth, clean, dry and non-absorbent surface. You can read and check results in 5 minutes. This test detects the presence of HCG hormone in the urine.
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Here’s what will happen
When the HCG test s***p is absorbed into a urine sample, the capillary acts as a carrier of the sample. When HCG in the tester meets the Test Zone area of the covering, it will produce a coloured line.
After 5 minutes, if only one colour band appears on the band, it means no pregnancy has been identified. If two colour band lines appear in the s***p that means the test is positive and you are pregnant. The colour power of the pregnancy test bands may differ since several levels of pregnancy have a different focus of HCG hormone. If no colour line appears in the s***p, that means your test is failed or invalid so you can repeat the test by buying a new test kit.
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