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It’s pretty safe to say that at some point in every woman’s life, they use a pregnancy test to help determine whether or not they’re pregnant. First Response has always been my trusted choice, and they’re FDA approved. Whether you’re hoping for a positive result or not, First Response will be able to tell you sooner than any other test out there…as soon as 6 days before your missed period!
First Response has completely re-designed the pregnancy test as us women have known it for so many years. When trying to conceive my oldest child back in 2002, I was using the same old straight, short, and hard to use tests. I had my middle child in 2005 and my last child in 2011, and during this span of time the tests had remained the same. It was definitely time for the test to change and First Response has done it in an oh-so-brilliant way.
The test stick is now longer, curved, and super comfortable to use. You can also see underneath the test grip area the little bumps that help ensure a comfortable grip without the risk of slipping.
The tip of the test is now 50% wider, adding to the numerous features that make the re-design so wonderful. Simple to read results window, with test results ready in 3 minutes. It doesn’t matter if it’s first thing in the morning or right before bed, with First Response’s ability to detect all relevant forms of urinary hCG, you can rest assured knowing you have the most accurate result possible.
In my case, I was ruling out a pregnancy after a case of a delayed cycle, so this is a happy negative result. You can see that the results are simple and foolproof to read…one pink line means you’re not pregnant, and two pink lines means you are. When it comes to family planning, I wouldn’t trust anyone but First Response. You can find the newly designed tests at most major drug stores, mass retailers, and grocery stores at a really reasonable price. Depending on the test count they retail between $8.99 and $15.99.