With my first child, I got pregnant after a few months of trying (I had just turned 34). And even then, we went through so many of pregnancy tests until we finally got a positive with that pregnancy. I had suspected I was pregnant, but technology hadn’t caught up to tests back in 2005 and it didn’t show up on the tests for at least two weeks+ later. And when you are anxiously awaiting those 2 pink lines, 2 weeks seems like forever.
With my second child (this is something I really haven’t talked about on this blog yet), it took much longer to get pregnant. I would anxiously chart my cycle and after month after month I would be disappointed when those two little pink lines didn’t show up. I didn’t understand why I got pregnant easily the first time, but had a hard time with the second child. Since I was 37 (considered “old”) and we had been trying for over 6 months, we finally went to a fertility specialist and tried a cycle of Clomid. Luckily that worked and I became pregnant. I still had to take several pregnancy tests to confirm that pregnancy. Those two weeks were even more nerve wracking!
First Response recently introduced their Early Pregnancy test, which can tell women as early as 6 days from their period date if they’re pregnant. And they’ve also made it much more friendly to women by changing the shape and length (give a holler if you ever peed on your hand while trying to take a pregnancy test!).
First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test offers comfort sure design features such as a cutting-edge curved shape designed to fit a woman’s hand, a 50% wider tip, and a longer handle.
Other Features and Benefits:
- FDA approved
- Designed to detect all relevant forms of urinary hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) throughout pregnancy
- Detects pregnancy as early as 6 (six) days before the day of your missed period
- Easy-to-read results in 3 minutes with over 99% accuracy from the day of the expected period
- Two pink lines is a pregnant result
- Test can be used at anytime of day
First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test is available at all major drugstores, mass market and grocery stores and retails between $8.99 – $15.99.
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