Visit a doctor to figure out if you are pregnant or not? That's really out of date. Actually, you don’t even need to step out of your house for it. This is possible and brought to you by Prega News, a pregnancy test kit. Like other test devices of the same kind, it is a urine-based pregnancy test meant to accurately tell you whether a baby is being formed inside of you.
How to Properly Use Prega News
Reports demonstrate that pregnancy tests are usually accurate and will rarely show false positive results. This, however, may still happen.
The best way to prevent results from misleading is to follow the instructions included in the package. Of course, you should mind its expiration date. You know the kit will not function properly after that day.
Rest assured that you follow the instructions below carefully with no skipping.
Urinate (a few drops suffice) into the circular area of the device.
Hang in there for a few minutes and results will only take a short while.
The result is positive if two pink lines appear on the device.
The result is negative if only one pink line appears on the device.
It might be the case that you will see two lines appear with different colors, possibly one dark pink and one light pink. This generally means the test needs to be retaken. Make sure you wait 2 or 3 days before taking it again, preferably right after you wake up.
Interpretation of the Result
If you have made sure that your device has not ran out of date, and if the result is positive, you’re almost certainly pregnant. If that is the case, we suggest you contact your doctor immediately to know what you need to do or care about next step.
Bear in mind, however, that negative results are not that reliable. If you feel nausea or still have symptoms of pregnancy, you might want to indulge in a more thorough check-up.
We would also like to warn you of a list of medications that can affect test results, such as promethazine, sleeping tablets, tranquillizers, diuretics and medicine used to treat epilepsy and/or Parkinson’s, etc.
You can also check the information leaflet coming with the Prega News package, as it will inform you about whether some medications will alter the results of the test.
When Is It Recommended for Use?
If you have missed your period and have had unprotected sexual relationships during the previous weeks, you should probably take the test without much delay (up to 20 days after having sex should be good). Again, make sure the Prega News has not ran out of date.
On the other hand, try remembering that lots of women suffer from nausea and vomits and feel pregnancy symptoms without truly being pregnant, due to a condition called hypochondria. Take your time and don’t stress too much about it if results are unclear, and try taking the test again following the instructions correctly.