Early Bird tests are proven to be more than 99 percent effective when used from the day after your period is due. This makes the Early Bird range of pregnancy tests a sure fire hit amongst women who wish to discover if they are pregnant or nor, and the quick results make the anxious wait to discover the results not as bad as with other tests.
The Early Bird tests have been designed to be easy to use and come in packs of one or two tests. This is because it is often advisable to take two tests, especially if the first one is negative so that you are able to get confirmation. These multipacks as offer by Early Bird offer value for money and added convenience.
The Early Bird range of pregnancy tests is explored in greater detail below:
Early Bird Swift Home Pregnancy Test
The Early Bird Swift home pregnancy test has been clinically proven to be more than 99% accurate at detecting the pregnancy hormone, human chorionic gonadotrophin when used after the first day of a missed period.
The test has been designed to be easy to use and has a new, handle, which is easier to reach than other pregnancy test sticks. The test can be used on the first day of your missed period at any time during the day, although results may be more accurate if the test is done in the morning, as this is when the urine is most concentrated. Positive results should appear in one minute, while negative results may take slightly longer.
Early Bird Swift home pregnancy tests come in packs of one or two sticks; it is advisable to repeat the test a few days after the first one, especially if the test comes up negative.
Early Bird One Step pregnancy test
The Early Bird one step home pregnancy test is designed to be easy to use; simply place the test stick under the urine stream for a few seconds and then wait for the results to appear in the results window.
The test checks for traces of the pregnancy hormone in the urine; if the hormone is detected this will produce a positive result. If the test is done too early, a negative result may be displayed as the levels of HCG may be too low for the test to detect; it is recommended that you wait until the first day of your missed period to do this test; the results are 99% accurate at this time.
The one step test has a comprehensive set of instructions, which are easy to follow; the leaflet will tell you how to do the test and how to interpret the results. After you have done the test, the results should appear just two minutes later. The test can be used at any time of day.
Types of pregnancy test available:
- Clear & Simple
- Early Bird
- Fact Plus
- First Response
- Rite Aid
- Wondfo pregnancy tests
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