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Pregnancy test

What does the viola Pregnancy Test tell me?
The viola pregnancy test can be performed from the first day of your missed period, giving you a reliable indication of a possible pregnancy. The viola pregnancy test is the first test in German-speaking countries to be awarded the European CE 0483 certificate.

Which hormone is measured?
hCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) is the most important pregnancy hormone. The hCG level starts to rise immediately after conception and continues to increase, doubling every two or three days. It reaches the maximum level in the second or third month of pregnancy.

How do I perform the test?
Hold the test stick in the urine stream for two to three seconds. Alternatively you can use a beaker to collect the urine sample and immerse the test stick for five seconds. Read off the result after a few minutes.

What does the result tell me?
If two lines appear in the window you can assume that you are pregnant. If only one line is visible you have performed the test correctly, however you are not pregnant.

Where can I get this test?
For information about where you can get your test please contact our partner in your country.

Contents:
1 test stick (foil wrapped)
Instruction for use

Sample type: Urine

Methodology: Immunological quick test

Evidence: Pregnacy

Order number: 970141