Reading the Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test instructions can help you decide, before you buy, if the test will meet your needs.
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Product specifications may change, so always read and follow the instructions that come with your test unit.
Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test Instructions
We bought the One Step Analog Pregnancy Test from a nearby Walgreens store. Although the package contains basic directions, the box contains detailed instructions that you must follow to get a valid pregnancy test result.
What is Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test?
Walgreens has two one step pregnancy tests. The first one, Walgreens One Step Pregnancy Test, is a test stick. It’s the same +/- test sold by dozens of brands. SPD Diagnostics, the brand that owns the Clearblue trademark makes that device.
The Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test is a pregnancy test that supplies results as one or two lines. It’s a test stick. Syntron Bioresearch, Inc. manufactures the test and packages it for Walgreens.
The FDA originally approved the One Step Analog Pregnancy Test as the “TrueDX hCG Early Result Pregnancy Test.” They approved it under Document Number K172257.
Walgreens One Step Analog Sensitivity
The Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test is highly sensitive to HCG. In fact, you may use it to test early for pregnancy.
Cut Off Sensitivity
At 8.5 mIU/mL HCG, 63.6% of pregnant women received a positive result, making this the cut off sensitivity rating for this device.
Clinical / Analytical Sensitivity
100% of pregnant women received a positive result with the One Step Analog Test when they had an HCG concentration of 10 mIU/mL.
Walgreens’ One Step Analog Pregnancy Test is over 99% accurate on the day of your missed period. If you use this device to test early, you can expect a reduced accuracy rate.
Learn more about Walgreens Pregnancy Test products
Walgreens supplies women with reliable, accurate pregnancy tests at value prices. Most Walgreens pregnancy tests are equivalent to national brands without the high price.
Do you want to learn more about Walgreens’ pregnancy tests? Check out the following links published right here by CPG Health.