Information about the viola Super Early Pregnancy Test from day 8
The Super early pregnancy test is patented home medical diagnostic test for the detection of increased levels of pregnancy hormone in urine.
The test is clinically validated, over 99 % accurate and certified for home use.
The test is the most sensitive urine pregnancy test for home use in the world. It detects increased hCG levels already at 5 IU/L (the sensitivity of standard urine rapid pregnancy tests is 25 IU/L or 10 IU/L).
You can find out if you are pregnant as early as eight days after conception.
How is pregnancy detected?
Different hormones enable the fetus to develop normally during pregnancy. One of such hormones is hCG also know as the pregnancy hormone.
When the egg is implanted in the epithelium of the uterus, human hormone hCG is produced in a particular part of the placenta – the syncytiotrophoblast.
The concentration of hCG in the urine of a healthy, non-pregnant woman is below 3 IU/L.
When a woman gets pregnant, the hCG level starts to increase, and gradually increases in the first three months of pregnancy.
Standard home pregnancy tests detect hCG in the urine at 25 IU/L or 10 IU/L. In comparison, the Super early pregnancy test has a lower detection level. It detects hCG already at 5 IU/L.
When to get tested with Super early pregnancy test?
The test is intended for very early detection of pregnancy as early as eight days after conception.
There are two tests in the packaging. If a result of the first test is negative, you should repeat testing in 2-3 days.
How accurate is the test?
The test is clinically validated. Clinical trials showed that the test is at least 99 % accurate.
The test is patented, manufactured in Austria, ISO13485 compliant and CE0483 certified for testing at home.
How to perform the pregnancy test?
Testing is straightforward. You urinate directly on the test stick and interpret the result in 10 to 15 minutes.
It best that you test with first-morning urine.
You should read instructions for use before you start the testing procedure. Individuals usually do not have difficulties using the test. Still, in case you find it difficult, we are here to help you. Contact our customer service.
How do you interpret the results of the pregnancy home test?
Results are interpreted visually as positive, negative or invalid.
In the case of a positive result: there is a high probability that you are pregnant. Consult with your doctor or gynaecologist.
In the case of a negative result: there is a high probability that you are not pregnant or the concentration of hCG hormone in your urine is below the detection level. Repeat testing with another test in 2 to 3 days (there are two tests in the packaging).
In case of an invalid result: the Sanotest Quality Guarantee applies. Please contact us.
If you have any questions about the test, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org