Do retailers who sell the New Choice Pregnancy Test also sell the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test?

Most often, retailers who sell the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy test don’t sell the obsolete, discontinued New Choice Pregnancy Test.

If you wish to use the older New Choice Pregnancy Test, you can check Rose’s Express or another New Choice retailer. Some stores may still have the outdated test on their shelves.

As always, check the expiration data on the package to make sure you have a test that will provide you with accurate results.

Do you sell the New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test?

CPG Health does not sell the New Choice Pregnancy Test. We bought a sample for our analysis from a nearby Rose’s Express store.

We can’t, however, guarantee that you can find this midstream pregnancy test anywhere.

What’s the difference between New Choice and New Choice Plus?

The New Choice One Step Pregnancy Test is a cassette-based pregnancy test. It comes with a dropper that you will use to apply 2-3 drops of urine to its test well. Carefully follow the instructions that come with your test unit.

The New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test is a midstream pregnancy test. To use it, you’ll insert its absorbent tip into your urine stream. Alternatively, you can collect a urine sample into a clean cup and insert the tip of your New Choice Plus test into the sample.

Who makes the New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test?

As of 2019, the FDA lists SCI International as the distributor of New Choice pregnancy test products. That company buys the product from a contract manufacturer in China, Guangzhou Wondfo Biotech Co., Ltd.

Does the FDA approve the New Choice Plus test?

Yes. The most-recent approval document at the FDA is document number K043443.

What is New Choice Plus accuracy?

The New Choice The New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test is over 99% accurate on the day of your expected menstrual period.

What is New Choice Plus sensitivity?

New Choice Pregnancy Tests have an HCG concentration cutoff at 25 mIU/mL urine. Most pregnant women have this much human chorionic gonadotropin in their urine by the first day of their expected period.

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