What Do I Get with the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test?

What Do I Get with the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test?

When you buy the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test, you’ll receive a box that contains (1) a mid-stream pregnancy test that’s in a factory-sealed package, (2) New Choice Plus pregnancy test directions.

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New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test

We can’t tell you where to find the New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test. We got our sample at Rose’s Express. If you want to buy this product, start there.

If you know what other stores sell the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test, send us an email to let us know. We’ll gladly incorporate your information into this pregnancy test review.

New Choice Plus One Step In-Stream Pregnancy Test Stick

The first item you’ll see inside the box of your New Choice Plus test is an in-stream test stick.

The original New Choice Pregnancy Test was a cassette-based test. That means you must save a sample of your urine in a clean cup and then apply several drops of urine to the test cassette.

The New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test is different. It’s an in-stream test. In other words, to use it, you insert the absorbent tip of the test stick into your urine stream for ten seconds as you urinate.

New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test Instructions

Read the directions to your New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test before opening the sealed pouch that contains your pregnancy test.

Make sure you understand how to use the test before you use it.

Misunderstanding pregnancy test directions can lead to invalid results.

You can read New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test Instructions before you buy the product. By reading the directions in advance, you can decide whether the New Choice Plus test is right for you.

Editor’s Note

We first published this post on January 5, 2020. On March 7, 2021, we updated it for content and accuracy.

Going Farther

If you want to learn more about New Choice Pregnancy Test products, use the below links to resources hosted right here at CPG Health.