Early use of the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test can result in inaccurate results. This is because the test is 99% accurate on the day of your missed period. So, what should you do if you want to take the test early?
For starters, if you take any pregnancy test early, you must retest later to confirm your results. After all, before your missed period, you may not have enough of the hCG pregnancy hormone in your urine to trigger a positive result. In other words, testing early increases your chance of a pregnancy test false negative.
Visit the National Center for Biotechnology Information to learn more about the accuracy of pregnancy tests.
New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test Acon Labs Accuracy Chart
According to data published by the FDA, the Acon Labs 25 mIU/ml pregnancy test (here labeled as the New Choice Plus One Step Pregnancy Test) has a zero-percent chance of revealing a positive result for hCG levels up to 10 mIU/ml.
For pregnant women with hCG of 10 mIU/ml, the New Choice Plus Pregnancy Test created a positive result for 4 out of 35 tests (11.4% accuracy).