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Pregnancy Test Common Questions


Q. How does the Mosie Baby Pregnancy Test work?
A. When someone is pregnant, their body produces a special pregnancy hormone known as hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin). This hormone appears in the urine as early as the first day of a missed menstrual cycle. A positive result indicates that your urine contains hCG and you can assume you are pregnant. A negative result means that no hCG has been detected and you can assume you are not pregnant.

Q. What if the pink line in “Round” window is very light in color, am I pregnant?
A. Yes. You should assume you are pregnant.

Q. Can the results change after a certain length of time?
A. A positive test result might not change after the test is completed and several hours thereafter. However, a negative test result should not be read after 10 minutes.

Q. What should I do if the test result is negative and I still suspect that I am pregnant?
A. You may have miscalculated when your period was due. If your period does not start within a week, repeat the test. If you still get a negative result and your period has not started, you should see your doctor.

Q. What if I am uncertain about the pink line in the “Round” window?
A. If you are uncertain about the pink line in the “Round” window, it is recommended that you retest three days later using another Mosie Baby Pregnancy Test.

Q. What factors can give false positive results?
A. A positive result may be seen if you had a miscarriage or have given birth within the past eight weeks (since hCG may still be in your system). Certain drugs which contain hCG or that are used in combination with hCG (such as Pregnyl, Profasi, Pergonal, APL) and some rare medical conditions can also give false positive results. In these cases, you should ask your doctor for help interpreting the results of your test.