Pregnancy Paternity Test

Pregnancy Paternity Test – Curiosity about a person’s pregnancy can be known as early as possible. It is a setback that lets a person know about pregnancy or not from the beginning.

Testpack is a stick-shaped pregnancy test tool designed to determine if the urine sampled contains hCG. This hormone itself is produced by a fertilized egg cell sticks to the uterine wall.

Pregnancy Paternity Test

Pregnancy Paternity Test

During pregnancy, the production of chorionic gonadotropin hormone aka hCG jumps sharply, doubling every two or three days. This generally occurs about six days after conception.

Types of Pregnancy Tests

There are two types of test pack used to detect pregnancy, which uses a sample of urine and blood. Pregnancy tests using urine samples can be done at home and in the clinic. There is no difference in sensitivity to the test pack used independently at home or in the clinic as long as it is done correctly.

Meanwhile, a pregnancy test using a blood sample can only be done by a doctor. Although this test is considered more accurate, it takes longer and costs more.

Blood tests can predict hCG levels at earlier gestational age than do the urine test with. As for pregnancy tests using blood samples, there are two kinds, qualitative hCG blood, and quantitative hCG blood.

In a qualitative hCG blood test, it will be known whether the body produces hCG or not. If hCG is produced, it means that a person is pregnant and vice versa. Meanwhile, the quantitative hCG blood test measures how much hCG levels in a person’s blood.

The quantitative hCG blood test itself is judged to be more accurate than the qualitative hCG blood test and hCG test with the urine sample.

The Best Time to Have a Pregnancy Test

Many are still confused about when to use the setback to know the pregnancy deserve to be done. In principle, a pregnancy test can be done as soon as possible, even on the first day a person experiences menstrual delays.

In some setbacks that have high sensitivity, checks can be done before someone is late for coming months. Testpack usage can be done as fast as eight days since conception occurs.

Checking can be done anytime is not limited to the morning. You just need to accommodate enough urine to sample. What needs to be ensured is not to have the urine sample and its container contaminated by other substances, such as soap.

Here’s How to Use Test pack

Almost all test pack brands instruct the same in terms of usage. Some brands may instruct the test pack to come into contact with the flowing urine. Other brands may have the user collect the sampled urine first, then dip the test pack sticks. Other brands may instruct to take urine that is accommodated in a container with a pipette and dripped on the test pack.

The core of these instructions is to require that the test pack stick in contact with the urine sampled. Once the stick is in contact with the urine, wait a while until the line in the stick appears.

If the additional line appears, no matter how faint the appearance is, it can almost always be ascertained that you are pregnant. But if it does not appear too, then chances are you are not pregnant, the test procedure is done wrong, or the test pack you use is broken. Therefore, you are advised to take a test back a week after getting a negative test result or a doctor to confirm it.

The negative results indicated by test pack do not always show that you are not pregnant. Because there is about 10 percent of women who have below normal hCG levels so that, even when pregnant, it remains undetectable by the test pack. Therefore, repetition of the test needs to be done especially if you still do not experience the coming months.

If the results show positive, but it turns out you are not pregnant, it could be related to the consumption of drugs containing hCG. Another thing that can cause fake results, though very rare, is the presence of tumors or other conditions that result in increased levels of the hCG hormone.

To ensure test pack results, we recommend that you repeat the pregnancy checks a few days later by following the instructions carefully. Repeat tests should be performed to ensure early results. To dispel doubts as to whether or not you are pregnant, you can see a gynecologist.

How to use Sensitive Strip UC

How to use Sensitive Strip UC

How to use Sensitive Strip UC

  1. A SENSITIVE pregnancy test can be used at any time. However, it is recommended that this test is used in the morning when you first urinate. Do not open the plastic test wrap until you want to use it.
  2. Catch the urine in a dry, clean container. The container should always be cleaned first
  3. Remove the SENSITIVE strip from the wrapper. Place the comparative table on a flat surface. The comparative table will allow you to interpret the test results
  4. Hold the SENSITIVE strip vertically with the arrow facing down
  5. Dip the SENSITIVE strip into the urine container approximately 1/4 inch and let stand for 30 seconds. Do not dip beyond the “Max” limit or test results will not apply
  6. Lift the SENSITIVE strip of the urine container and place it on the comparative table. Let stand and wait for the result approximately 3 minutes

How to interpret the test results

Put the SENSITIVE strip on the column provided in the comparison table below. As you wait for the results, you can see the solution liquid moving through the strip area. This movement is normal and indicates that the test results are in progress. You need to wait 3 minutes to be able to confirm the test results. Do not read test results after 5 minutes.

1 Line = Not Pregnant

If only 1 (one) line appears in “Control Zone”, it means the test result is negative or you are not pregnant.

If 2 (two) lines appear, 1 line in “Result Zone” and 1 line in “Control Zone”, then the result is positive and means you are pregnant, even if the color of the line is not too sharp. Visit your gynecologist for more information.

2 Lines = Pregnant

If 2 (two) lines appear, 1 line in “Result Zone” and 1 line in “Control Zone”, then the result is positive and means you are pregnant, even if the color of the line is not too sharp. Visit your gynecologist for more information.

Invalid results:

If the line does not appear in “Control Zone”, the test result is not valid (see “Invalid result sample”). This can happen if the strip is not immersed in the urine collection less than 5 seconds or exceeds the maximum line. If you get an invalid result, insert the SENSITIVE strip into the urine bag again for 5 seconds and wait for 3 minutes.

Look again at the test results using the comparison table. If the line in the “Control Zone” still does not appear, then you have to repeat it using the new SENSITIVE test. Each strip can only be used for single use. Invalid test results can be caused by damage to the strip or the wrong way of using. Do not use tests that have expired.

What is the meaning of your test results?

Positive results (2 lines, 1 line on “Zone Test” and 1 line on “Control Zone”), indicating that your urine contains hCG (pregnancy hormone) more than or equal to 25 mIU / ml and can mean that you are pregnant. You should contact your obstetrician for more advice and guidance about this pregnancy. If you are on medication, call your doctor immediately and ask if your medication is safe for you and the baby.

Negative Result (1 line in “Control Zone”); indicating that urine contains no hCG hormone or is below the sensitivity level of 25 mIU / ml hCG. Or it could be interpreted below you are not pregnant. If it has been more than a week and your period has not come yet, you should try another pregnancy test.

If the results still show a negative sign then you are likely to get pregnant is very small. However, because of the possibility of other health conditions, which can cause menstrual delays, you should immediately contact your health consultant.

If your period is irregular, it will be very difficult to determine whether you are late for menstruation or not. If your test results are negative and your menstrual period has not come within a few days, you may have miscalculated the menstrual cycle and should try a second SENSITIVE pregnancy test.

Limitations of the test

The SENSITIVE pregnancy test will only work correctly if the instructions are followed correctly and correctly. The SENSITIVE pregnancy test is very accurate in detecting pregnancy, but the possibility of getting the wrong result can happen, but the possibility is very small.

Call your doctor if you get results that are out of date or inconsistent. The following factors will have no effect on your test results: alcohol, analgesics (painkillers), antibiotics, and birth control pills. The SENSITIVE pregnancy test should not be used after expiration.