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SureCheck frequently asked questions
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Surecheck pregnancy tests are over 99% accurate from day one of missed period. If you get a positive result, even if it is a pale second line, you can be sure that you are pregnant. However, it is possible to get a positive result and find out later that you are no longer pregnant (you may get a negative result upon checking again, or your period might start). Natural loss during the first few weeks of pregnancy, known as ‘early pregnancy loss’, is unfortunately not uncommon.

Surecheck® can be used as early as day one of a missed period, at any time of the day.

If your period is irregular, you can use Surecheck® 19 days after you think you may have conceived. If the result is negative, you may test again in 48 hours.

  • Ingestion of certain medications which may affect the result.
  • If Surecheck® is used within the first 8 weeks following childbirth or abortion, a false positive result is possible because of the residual concentration of the hCG hormone in the body. If concerned, please ask a doctor to interpret the result.
  • The intake of large amounts of liquids may lower the concentration of the hCG hormone in the urine and thus affect the result.
    Birth control pills, antibiotics, analgesics (painkillers) and alcohol will not affect the result.

No. Any results after the 10th minute should be disregarded.

No. variations in chemical composition of the urine sample and humidity of the room can cause vertical streaking/ pink-rose background. It will not affect the test results.