First Response Pregnancy Test, Test & Confirm - 2 ct

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When you want results, you want them fast. Get the results of your pregnancy test in just one minute with First Response Pregnancy Test. While most tests take two to three minutes to deliver results, First Response is rapid and 99% accurate at detecting pregnancy hormone levels. Pack contains 2 pregnancy tests.

Features & Benefits:

  • Test first, then confirm results with digital
  • 99% accurate at detecting typical pregnancy hormone levels
  • Designed to tell you faster
  • Can detect 5 days sooner than the day of your missed period

No. 1 pharmacist-recommended brand

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Product Name First Response Pregnancy Test, Test & Confirm - 2 ct
Package Count 2
Container Type box
Model 90133
Country of Manufacture United States
Ingredient Preference Made in the USA
Prop 65 No
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Please read detailed instructions inside before testing (in english and spanish). 1. Use test in pink foil. 2. Test as early as 5 days before the day of your missed period. 3. Test: put the tip of test into urine for 5 seconds. 4. Wait 3 minutes. 5. Read: two pink lines is a pregnant result (even if either line is faint). 6. Ready to retest? Use test in white foil. 7. Confirm: (test is working) pregnant, not pregnant. Results confirmed. Read instructions inside for more information about your results.

Do not use this product after expiration date. For in-vitro diagnostic use. Not to be taken internally. Store in a dry place below 86 degrees f (30 degrees c). Do not freeze. Keep out of reach of children. Single-use device.

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