Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test Pink Dye

Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test pink dye

Some potential mothers report disappointments regarding the pink lines on their pregnancy test. You deserve to get a reliable result. Even more so, you deserve to understand why you see Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test pink dye, even when you’re not pregnant.

Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test pink dye

When you properly use this Walgreens pregnancy test, you’ll see a pink line in the “Control” section of the test. In some cases, you’ll also see a second pink line in the “Result” section. Oftentimes, that second line means you’re pregnant. But, not so fast!

hCG sensitivity

Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test pink dye appears in the “Result” section if the hCG in your urine is enough to trigger the test.

Human chorionic gonadotropin, known as the “pregnancy hormone,” increases in your body after conception.

However, many women have an above-average level of hCG in their system without being pregnant.

The One Step Analog Pregnancy Test can’t tell whether you have a high level of hCG because of pregnancy or due to another reason.

Moreover, this Walgreens test has a high hCG sensitivity, allowing it to be useful for testing early. The test will display pink dye in the “Result” section if you have 10 mIU of hCG in one milliliter of your urine.

Sensitivity and accuracy

High sensitivity, combined with testing early, reduces the accuracy of your pregnancy test result. Consequently, you may see Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test pink dye without being pregnant.

The below image describes how testing before your expected period affects the accuracy of your result.

Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test hCG Sensitivity vs Accuracy
Testing early may reduce the accuracy of the Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test.

How do I respond to an early positive result?

If you test early for pregnancy and receive a positive result, you must test again, with a new device, on the day of your expected period.

I don’t understand my result. What should I do?

If you have questions about your health or pregnancy, discuss them with your doctor or a similar qualified health professional.

Learn more

Use the below links to learn more, at CPG Health, about the Walgreens One Step Analog Pregnancy Test.