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Like the pregnancy tests you’ll find in the grocery or drug store, dollar store pregnancy tests measure the hCG levels in your urine to determine whether you’re pregnant. Specific directions will. The answer is yes. Yes, they are.
The Food and Drug Administration regulates home pregnancy tests, meaning if it’s sold in the U.S, it is the real deal. “I would only caution that it needs to be. Well, the FDA regulates pregnancy tests, and requires their makers to show that they are effective. So if it’s sold legally in the US, it’s legit.
Cheaper pregnancy tests may. The dollar store tests will be basic and simple for a buck, while a name-brand tests could be upwards of $15 each. Keep in mind that each FDA approved or Health Canada approved test, despite the high or low cost, will accurately detect pregnancy.
“For the average woman, dollar store tests are fine and just as accurate as name-brand tests,” she says. But they do require patience, which she acknowledges can be in short supply when you’re trying to get pregnant. “You need to wait until the date of your expected period,” says Taylor. The dollar store or dollar tree pregnancy tests claim to be more than 99% accurate.
However, their accuracy depends on multiple factors, such as using the kit properly. As per the US Food and Drug Administration (3), “the accuracy of a pregnancy test depends on how well the instructions to use and interpret the results are followed. A Dollar Store Pregnancy Test is 98% accurate after the day of missed period. Until the day of due period from 4 days before it, the accuracy ranges from 87-94%.
The accuracy of a positive dollar pregnancy test and negative result will vary. A positive test is more likely to be true and negative can be a false test. Using a woman’s urine, the test available at Family Dollar is just as accurate as other tests on the market. A woman will urinate on the test, and it will display one of two signs: +: The “+” sign is displayed when the hormone is detected, and the woman is pregnant. –: The “-“ sign is displayed when a woman is not pregnant.
Cheap pregnancy tests don’t expire faster than expensive ones, but any test that’s past its prime could be more likely to give a false reading. Just rest assured that whether you spend $5 or $25 on a pregnancy test, your results will still be equally accurate, and you’ll still need to confirm a positive reading with your doctor (congratulations!). Walmart clear blue digital pregnancy test is the only pregnancy test that confirms whether you are pregnant and also tells you for how long have you been pregnant. The 88 cents Walmart Pregnancy Test is the most debated pregnancy test.
Some women love it to the moon and back, and others can’t stop criticizing it.
List of related literature:
|from The New Harvard Guide to Women’s Health|
|from Health & Wellness|
|from Human Reproductive Biology|
|from New Dimensions in Women’s Health|
|from Expecting 411 (4th edition): The Insider’s Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth|
|from The Myth of the Perfect Pregnancy: A History of Miscarriage in America|
|from The Chemistry of Joy: A Three-Step Program for Overcoming Depression Through Western Science and Eastern Wisdom|
|from I’m a good girl, why me?|
|from Software Testing Foundations: A Study Guide for the Certified Tester Exam|
|from The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy|