Can detect pregnancy as early as 6 days before your missed period1
The Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test strips detect the presence of hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotrophin), which increases rapidly in the early stages of pregnancy. Just place the test into the urine sample, and if you are pregnant, two colored lines will appear to show hCG has been detected. Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test strips are designed to detect hCG as early as 5 days before your expected period, i.e. as early as 6 days before the day of your missed period1.
• Always read the instructions on the leaflet carefully before testing.
• The unopened test can be stored at room temperature (up to 30°C/86°F). Do not freeze.
• Do not open foil pouch until sample is collected and you are ready to start the test.
• Do not use if the foil pouch is torn or not sealed.
• Do not use if the test is past the indicated expiration date.
This kit contains 40 pouches. Each pouch contains one test and a desiccant. Note: The desiccant is for storage purposes only and is not used in the test procedure.
1. A timer (watch or clock)
2. A clean, dry container to collect your urine sample.
• If testing from the day your period is due, you can test any time of day.
• If testing early, use the first morning urine of the day.
1. Collect your urine sample in a clean, dry plastic or glass container.
2. Do not mix urine samples collected at different times.
3. The urine does not require any special pre-treatment.
1. Collect a urine sample in a dry and clean plastic or glass container.
2. Remove the test from the sealed pouch and use it as soon as possible. Avoid touching any part of the test other than the pink handle.
3. Point the test in the direction of the arrows and dip it into the urine sample, making sure the test is not submerged past the MAX line.
4. Hold the test vertically in the sample for at least 10-15 seconds.
5. Remove the test from the sample and lay it flat on a dry, clean and non-absorbent surface.
6. Start the timer.
7. Leave the test for 5 minutes.
8. Read the results. Do not read the results after 15 minutes.
See instruction leaflet for full instructions.
When you take a test, you should see the control line (C) appear close to the pink handle 5 minutes after sampling (it may even appear sooner). This tells you that the test worked.
• Positive result: Two colored lines appear, one at the test line (T) position and another at the control line (C) position.
• Negative result: Only one colored line appears in the control line (C) position. No colored line in the test line (T) position.
• Invalid result: Absence of a colored line in the control line (C) position is an invalid result. You should repeat with a new test.
Clinical evaluation of the Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test shows that it is more than 99% accurate from the day of your expected period2.
The Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test strips can detect pregnancy as early as 6 days before the missed period, which is 5 days before the day you expect your period1.
Just collect a urine sample and using the arrows on the test to guide you, dip the test in the sample for 10-15 seconds. Then lay the test flat and wait 5 minutes to read the results.
Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test comes in packs with 40 strip tests, offering you great value for easy testing. If you’re trying to get pregnant, then maybe the Accu-Clear® Ovulation and Pregnancy Test Combo pack with 50 ovulation tests and 20 pregnancy tests might interest you.
When you are pregnant, your body produces the pregnancy hormone hCG. This hormone appears in your urine shortly after fertilization takes place. The Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test can detect small amounts of this hormone in your urine.
These pregnancy test strips can be used to detect hCG as early as 5 days before your expected period (6 days before the day of your missed period). Since the amount of hCG increases in the early stages of pregnancy, if you test before your period is due and get a negative ‘Not Pregnant’ result, you may still be pregnant. See the chart below for results from clinical testing of the Accu-Clear® Pregnancy Test:
Not sure what the day of your expected period is? Take the average of the cycle length of the past 3 months and count the number of days from the first day of your last period.
This means hCG is present in your urine and you are probably pregnant. See your healthcare provider as soon as possible to discuss the next steps you should take.
Yes, this should be interpreted as a positive result. It means hCG has been detected in your urine, but in a low concentration. If there are two lines, no matter how faint the test line is, it is a positive result.
A negative result means no hCG has been detected in your urine. You are probably not pregnant, or the level of pregnancy hormone may not be high enough to be detected yet, or you may have miscalculated the day your period was expected.
Test again with a fresh test and fresh urine sample a few days later if you still suspect you are pregnant. If your period has still not started, and the second test result is negative, consult your healthcare provider.
Negative results are expected in healthy non-pregnant women. If you do get an unexpected result, you should consult your healthcare provider.
• Fertility drugs containing hCG may give misleading results (these fertility drugs are usually given by injection and testing too soon after administration may give a misleading Pregnant result).
• The test should not be affected by other fertility therapies, pain killers, antibiotics, or hormonal contraceptives (e.g. contraceptive pill).
• If you have recently stopped using hormonal contraception or are using fertility therapies, your periods may be irregular, leading you to test too soon.
• If you have recently been pregnant (for example, delivery, spontaneous abortion, or termination), you may get a misleading Pregnant result.
If you see the control line (C), this tells you that the test worked correctly.
You’ll need to wait 5 minutes to read the results. You can read the results up to 15 minutes after taking the test but results after 15 minutes should be disregarded. A strong positive result can appear as soon as 10 to 30 seconds, but a weak result may take longer to develop (5 minutes). Make sure you wait a full 5 minutes to confirm a negative result.
The test should not be affected by alcohol. However, it is not recommended to use the test after drinking lots of any liquid.
Clinical evaluation has shown that it is more than 99% accurate from the day of your expected period2. The amount of hCG will vary greatly depending on how far along you are, and between individuals.