Last updated on January 29th, 2018 at 01:47 pm
You need a Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test to find out now if you’re pregnant.
Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test vs Equate One Step
Q: What’s the difference between the Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test and the Equate Pregnancy Test (One Step)?
A: CPG Health unboxed both products and compared them in front of live cameras (watch the video). The result? The One Step Pregnancy Test from Rexall and Equate are identical, except for the printing on the box and on the sealed packet inside. Both test sticks and instruction sheets are exactly the same.
Consumers can choose either the Rexall or Equate and have confidence that they have the best quality possible.
Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test: The Next Morning
Joana awoke with love in her eyes and… in… another place. If only she hadn’t had so many drinks, or – better yet – if only Dion hadn’t. She was too much in love to feel anger or fear. She knew she’d have to watch the calendar and take a pregnancy test as early as possible. That’s why she bought a Rexall pregnancy test. Why Rexall? Probably because her mom used that brand before giving birth. Every time, she wondered if she were pregnant, her mother depended on Rexall pregnancy test results. Every time, they were right. Watch our CPG Health UNBOXED! video showing the product as you will see it.
Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test: Before Her Period
Joana kept up her daily routine and discussed with Dion the prospects of becoming parents. They both had mixed feelings about the matter, but they both knew their love would overcome any inconvenience. Joana visited CPG Health where she found Rexall Pregnancy test instructions as well as information about the Equate pregnancy test and other available brands.
Joana felt good about buying a Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test. The price was reasonable and it promises to be 99 percent accurate, from the first day of a missed period. She wanted to test five days early like the packaging says she could. She read in the Rexall Pregnancy Test instructions that the test has a lower accuracy rate when testing early. In fact, the test was only 50-percent accurate five days before an expected period.
Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test: Taking the Test
After reading the directions, she put the Rexall Pregnancy Test to use. After inserting the absorbent tip of the test stick into her urine stream, Joana sat the test on a level surface and waited for two minutes. Nothing.
According to the Rexall Pregnancy Test instructions, you should wait up to ten minutes for a positive result to appear. Her result was negative. The line in the control window indicated that she properly performed the test. The minus sign in the results window showed that she was not pregnant. She trusted her Rexall Pregnancy Test results and felt mixed feelings. So did Dion.
Thanks to the Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test, Dion and Joana had time to discuss their feelings about having a child and building a family. When she got pregnant, they’d know exactly what to do.
Joana trusted CPG Health product reviews as well as her Rexall Pregnancy Test results. The Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test gives women an affordable and reliable way to check for pregnancy without visiting a doctor.
Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test: Product Information
You can use the Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test five days before your missed period. Read the disclaimer on the front of the box and then refer to the chart on the side to learn more. Testing early for pregnancy causes the test to deliver inaccurate results. According to the chart, you only get 53-percent accuracy when you test four days before the day of your expected period.
When you see the Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test claim 99-percent accuracy, you must realize that the rating comes only when you use the test on the first day of your expected period. The accuracy problem with early testing applies to practically all over-the-counter pregnancy tests because they all look for the presence of the hCG pregnancy hormone in your urine. Even tests that strongly imply that they work early, such as the First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test, provide no advantage when testing early.
The misleading information on pregnancy test labeling causes CPG Health to advocate for reform. Rather than hide the truth about early testing in fine print disclosures, product manufacturers should either put it in bold print or stop deceiving people into thinking that they can accurately test early for pregnancy. Read the package of your pregnancy test before making any assumptions about accuracy.
Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test: Directions
After removing the pregnancy test stick from its sealed package, remove the cap and place the absorbent tip in your urine stream for several seconds. Place the test on a flat surface and wait for two minutes. Results sometimes can take longer than two minutes to appear. Don’t trust results that appear more than ten minutes after using the test.
Read the Rexall Pregnancy Test directions in English.
Read the Rexall One Step Pregnancy Test instructions in Spanish.
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