What is Prega News?
Prega News is one type of at-home pregnancy test kit. This simple kit is used to find out whether a woman/woman is pregnant or not. Prega News pregnancy test kits are sold commercially at almost all medical facilities and stores. It is also easily available for purchase on various online portals. It can be used at home to detect HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) content in female urine which detects pregnancy.
Prega news how to use
- Collect morning first urine in a container.
- Put 3 drops of urine into sample well (present on detection card) with the help of a dropper.
- Read the results within 5minutes
How to Check Result
- Two Pink Lines appear in the Easy Read Result Window.
- We know you want to confirm the news as soon as possible but, being patient is the right way to go about it.
- If you get a light pink line on T: It means that the pregnancy hormone (hCG) is not in required amount. In this case, you should retest with early morning urine.
- If you took the test too early in your cycle: You should ideally take the test within 7 days from the date of your missed period so that pregnancy hormone (hCG) can be detected.
- If you receive another negative result: If your period still hasn’t started then, we advise you call your healthcare professional.
- Only One Pink Line appears in the Easy Read Result Window.
How to store Prega News?
It is recommended to store Prega News Kit in a cool and dry place, out of reach of children and pets. The packaging of Prega News Kit should be kept intact to maintain its effectiveness when administered.
List of Commonly Used Pregnancy tests:
If a woman who has had unprotected sex is experiencing signs of pregnancy, she should take a pregnancy test to confirm the pregnancy. There are many tests to confirm this. Some of the most popular tests are:
Home Pregnancy Tests (HPT): The test must be taken on the first day of the missed period. Some such sensitive tests can be done even 4-5 days before the due date of the period. If an egg has been implanted in the wall of the uterus, pregnancy can be easily recognized within 3-4 weeks of unprotected sex. Home-based tests like Prega News work by detecting the presence of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in urine. HCG is a hormone that is specially synthesized during pregnancy. The pregnancy cassette indicates the result by changing color when it comes in contact with urine. Usually, it takes 10 minutes to give an accurate reading. Typically, the result of this test is 95-98% accurate. However, it is advisable to go for a clinical check-up to confirm the pregnancy.
Clinical Urine Test: This test is considered more accurate than the home pregnancy test (HPT). In this test a urine sample is taken and after urine culture the hCG level is measured.
Blood Test: The test is conducted at a lab and blood sample is required in the test.
There are two types of pregnancy blood tests:
1. Qualitative HCG Blood Test: The test indicates the presence of HCG in the body. It provides a clear answer as to whether a woman is pregnant or not.
2. Quantitative HCG Blood Test: The test determines the specific level of HCG present in the blood.