Last updated on May 23rd, 2018 at 12:06 pm
Find out now if you’re pregnant. Home pregnancy tests are fast, easy and affordable.
… but every test isn’t the same.
Which is the best pregnancy test for you?
We’ll give you the information that you need to make a good choice.
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Also, since most home pregnancy tests are 99% accurate only from the first day of your missed period, you need to know how testing early affects accuracy.
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Start by reading one of our top pregnancy test reviews (below).
Pregnancy tests: Reviews and instructions
Check out some pregnancy test instructions before you buy. This will help you learn more about testing for pregnancy and what to expect when you perform your test.
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Some of the most well-known brands are discussed here, including the Dollar Tree Assured Pregnancy Test. We also discuss all the features and specifications that matter to you.
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Positive home pregnancy tests
If you follow the instructions that came with your pregnancy test, you should get a reliable result. If you want to know what a positive pregnancy test looks like, we can help.
Home Pregnancy Tests: Stick, Strip or Cassette?
If you’re potentially pregnant for the first time, you might have some preconceptions about pregnancy tests.
For instance, you might think that you can test right away, after having unprotected sex. You can’t do that and expect a valid result.
Similarly, you might see on TV how women use home pregnancy test sticks. These insert directly into your urine stream for a few seconds to start the test.
Also, you can get pregnancy tests that use special paper strips that react to the hCG pregnancy test hormone. The color of your developed test strip determines whether you have a positive or negative result.
Meanwhile, some tests, such as the Dollar General Pregnancy Test use a cassette-style test and dropper. With these, you catch some urine into a cup and then use the dropper that comes with your test to apply urine to the test window.
The important thing is to choose the style of pregnancy test that makes you feel comfortable.
You might want to try multiple types of pregnancy tests until you find the kind that you like.
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