How to Use the Testpack to Check Pregnancy

Use the Testpack to Check Pregnancy - Testpack is a pregnancy test tool that reaches 99 percent accuracy. Testpack can find out pregnancy by detecting the pregnancy hormone of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) in the urine. When the ovum is fertilized and attached to the uterine wall, a woman will produce hCG. hCG can be detected after 7-14 days after conception.

Before you buy this product, look at the product expiration date first. Expired Testpack will reduce the level of accuracy to detect pregnancy. Consult with the pharmacist, whichever requires less hCG. Because not all women produce large amounts of hCG.

Okay... Check the content below about how to use the Testpack correctly:

How to Use the Testpack Correctly

1. Choose a Testpack that is not expired. When you want to buy a Testpack, don't forget to check the expiration date of the product.

2. Read the instructions. Each Testpack has different usage instructions. Do you need a container to hold urine, or if you are immediately applied to urine when urinating

3. Take a pregnancy test using Testpack during the first urination. Be reminded again, that urine levels are different at all times. Therefore, do a test when you first urinate.

4. Wait for the results of the test according to the time on the instructions. Don't see the results in a hurry or too long.

5. When the results show negative but you don't have menstruation, immediately visit a doctor or do another test using the test at least 3 days after the first test.

6. If the results show positive. Congratulation!  Immediately check your pregnancy to the doctor!

I think enough, I hope this article can help netizens who wanna use the Testpack to check the pregnancy. If this article is useful, you can share this article with your friends or social media. Good Luck!

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