Last updated on May 10th, 2017 at 08:37 am
Choose VeriQuick to get a fast, dependable pregnancy test that compares favorably to EPT. Carefully follow all instructions and warnings that come with the product to avoid a VeriQuick Pregnancy Test false negative.
VeriQuick Pregnancy Test
Checking for pregnancy shouldn’t involve guesswork, but it also shouldn’t involve expensive in-home tests. Countless women have already discovered the VeriQuick Pregnancy Test and you should too. After all, the test saves your wallet without sacrificing convenience, accuracy or sensitivity.
Although the manufacturer of the EPT does not make the VeriQuick test, you will discover that you get similar results. Like the EPT pregnancy test, VeriQuick has a 99-percent accuracy rating from the day of your expected period. Of course, individual hormone levels may vary, so you might get results earlier or later than the first day of your period. you can also test early using this in-home-pregnancy test, but doing so will compromise the test’s accuracy.
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VeriQuick Pregnancy Test MIU
VeriQuick Pregnancy test sensitivity is reportedly 25 mIU/ml. The test therefore is one of the most sensitive retail home pregnancy tests currently on the market. If you have more questions about Very Quick Pregnancy Test sensitivity, contact the product’s manufacturer.
VeriQuick Pregnancy Test Instructions
Packaging can change, so make sure that you always read the instructions that come with the test item that you use. For your convenience, we have the VeriQuick Pregnancy test instructions listed here. Refer to the image for more details.
- Collect a urine sample in a clean, dry glass or plastic cup.
- Remove testing device from sealed foil pouch and place on a level surface.
- Use the dropper provided to collect urine from cup and place exactly 3 drops in collection well marked by arrow on the testing device.
- Read test results after 3 minutes.
- Do not read test results after 5 minutes.
Reading your VeriQuick Pregnancy Test results
Use the chart on the back of the package to interpret your home pregnancy test result. For your convenience, refer to the above image. Your result is determined by the following chart:
- Negative – A control line (C) present and test line (T) absent. You are not pregnant.
- Postitive – A control line (C) present and a test line (T) present. You are pregnant.
- Invalid – Neither a control line (C) nor a test line (T) is present. The test result is invalid. Disregard it.
- Invalid – A control line (C) absent and a test line (T) present. The test result is invalid. Disregard it.
VeriQuick Pregnancy Test faint positive, what does that mean?
If you have a VeriQuick Pregnancy Test faint positive, consider it as a positive test result. If you are uncertain of your test results or have tested before the day of your expected period, you should re-test later to confirm your result.
What are VeriQuick Pregnancy Test evap lines?
When your urine evaporates from the VeriQuick test, it can leave a residue that might at first appear to be a positive test result. Carefully examine your test to make sure that you have a valid result. Based on our information and that of our readers and subscribers, VeriQuick Pregnancy Test evap lines are not a common problem.
I got a VeriQuick Pregnancy Test negative. Now what?
You can get a VeriQuick Pregnancy Test negative result and still be pregnant under certain conditions. If you believe that you got a VeriQuick Pregnancy Test false negative, discuss your results with your doctor. Some causes for a negative result include the following:
- You are not pregnant.
- You tested too early (VeriQuick Pregnancy Test before missed period). Every day before your missed period makes your results less accurate. This is the case for all home pregnancy tests, including those that specifically state that you can test early. Read all disclaimers in fine print on a pregnancy test package to understand the claims made in large print.
- You have a lower-than-normal level of the hCG pregnancy hormone.
- You waited too long (more than 5 minutes) to read your result.
- You read your result too soon (sooner than 3 minutes).
- You didn’t place 3 drops of urine in the collection well.
- You placed 3 drops of urine in the results window, not in the collection well.
Other miscellaneous factors can cause you to receive either a false positive or false negative result with your VeriQuick Pregnancy Test.