Results 5 days sooner than your missed period1
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Get clear results in minutes with Accu-Clear®’s 2-Minute Pregnancy Test. This pregnancy test can be used directly in the urine stream for quick and easy sampling, with easy-to-read, clear plus (+) and minus (-) results in just two minutes. It can even be used for early testing—giving you results as early as 5 days sooner than your missed period1—and is over 99% accurate from the day of your expected period2.
• Read the instructions carefully before taking the test.
• Check the expiration date on the box. Do not use if the test has expired.
You will need a watch, clock or timer to measure the time you need to do the test.
1. Open the protective foil pouch immediately before use.
2. Remove the test stick from the pouch and remove the cap.
3. Hold the test stick by the easy grip handle.
4. Point the absorbent tip downwards in your urine stream for 5 seconds ONLY (or collect a urine sample and place tip in the sample for 20 seconds).
5. Replace the cap and lay the test on a flat surface with the windows facing up.
6. Read your results after 2 minutes.
After you take a test, you should see a blue line in the control window 2 minutes after taking the test. This means the test has worked.
• Positive result: A plus ‘+’ symbol in the result window indicates a positive result. It doesn’t matter if the lines of the ‘+’ symbol are faint, a ‘+’ sign means there is hCG in your urine, indicating you are pregnant. If you get a positive result, see your healthcare provider who can advise you on what steps you should take next.
• Negative result: A ‘-‘ symbol in the result window means the result is negative. This means no hCG has been detected, which could mean you are pregnant but tested too early, or you’re not pregnant. If you still think you might be pregnant, wait 3 days and test again using a new Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test. If you still get a negative result and your period has not started, you should see your healthcare provider.
The Accu-Clear® 2-Minute Pregnancy Test is more than 99% accurate2 at detecting the presence of hCG in your urine from the day of your expected period.
The Accu-Clear® 2-Minute Pregnancy Test can detect pregnancy as early as 5 days sooner than your missed period.1
Read your results in just 2 minutes! If you’re pregnant, you’ll see a plus ‘+’ sign in the result window, and a control line in the window next to it telling you the test worked.
Just remove the cap and point the tip downward in the urine stream for 5 seconds only. Or if you prefer to collect a urine sample, dip the tip in the sample for 20 seconds. Replace the cap, lay flat and wait for the result.
When you are pregnant, your body produces the pregnancy hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin). This hormone appears in your urine shortly after fertilization and rises rapidly in the early days of pregnancy. The Accu-Clear® 2-Minute Pregnancy Test can detect small amounts of this hormone in your urine and will show a plus “+” sign if it detects the presence of hCG.
This pregnancy test can be used as early as 4 days before your expected period (5 days sooner than your missed period). If you test before the day of your expected period and get a negative result, there is still a chance you may be pregnant. See the chart below with clinical results from early testing:
If you have irregular periods, test according to your longest cycle in recent months. If you are still unsure, then test at least 19 days from the day you had sex. If the result is still negative, test again 3 days later, in case you tested too early.
The first urine of the morning usually contains a higher concentration of hCG, so if you are testing before your expected period, we recommend you test then. If you are testing after your period is due, you can test any time of day. We also recommend you avoid drinking large amounts of liquid before testing (as this can dilute the hCG in your urine).
You can read your result after 2 minutes, as long as you see the line in the control window. You may see a ‘+’ (positive) result appear as early as 1 minute. Disregard any results you may see after 10 minutes.
• Always read the manufacturer’s instructions for any medication you are taking before using this test.
• Fertility drugs containing hCG (such as Pregnyl® and Profasi®) can affect the result. Testing with Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test too soon after administration may give a false ‘+’ (positive) result.
• Other fertility therapies, painkillers, and the contraceptive pill should not affect the result.
• If you have recently stopped taking the contraceptive pill or are using fertility therapies, your periods may be irregular, leading you to test too soon.
• If you have been pregnant recently (even if not carried to full term) you may get a false ‘+’ (positive) result. In addition, ovarian cysts, ectopic pregnancy, menopause, and some very rare medical conditions can give misleading results.
• If you do get unexpected results, you should discuss them with your healthcare provider.
Not following the instructions correctly—for example, sampling for too little time or too long, not keeping the test with the absorbent tip pointing down.
See your healthcare provider as soon as possible to discuss the next steps you should take.
Yes, this means hCG has been detected but in a low concentration. As long as you see a line in the control window too, any ‘+’ (positive) symbol in the result window—no matter how faint—is a positive result.
A negative result means no hCG has been detected in your urine. You are probably not pregnant, but if you tested before the day of your expected period, it’s also possible you tested too early and the level of hCG was too low to be detected (or you miscalculated the day of your expected period). Test again in 3 days’ time using a new Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test, if you still suspect you’re pregnant. If you still get a ‘-‘ (negative) result and your period has not started, you should see your healthcare provider.