Tina hCG

If you think you may be pregnant, taking a pregnancy test as soon as the first day of your missed period can help you get the care and support you need. A home pregnancy test can tell whether you are pregnant with almost 99% accuracy, depending on how you use it. If a pregnancy test says you are pregnant, you should see your doctor for another test to confirm the pregnancy and talk about next steps.

Tina™ hCG One step Pregnancy Test specifically detects human chorionic gonadatrophin (hCG) hormone in the urine. hCG is detected in urine as early as 7-9 days post-fertilization as the embryo attaches and implants in the womb. The levels of hCG rises every second day and is a sign of pregnancy. Tina™ hCG One step Pregnancy Test detects hCG levels equal to or above 25 mIU/ml. For more information click here.


Instructions For Use are available in English and following 12 Indian Languages:
Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.

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Tina hCG Frequently Asked Questions

Home pregnancy tests can be accurate as soon as 1 day after a missed period.

Testing your urine first thing in the morning can boost the accuracy.

To test for pregnancy, urinate in a cup. Then open a test pouch remove the test and place it on a flat table. Using the plastic sample dropper provided with the test kit, collect urine from the cup and dispense 2 drops into the sample port of the test. Read results in about 5 minutes.

The pregnancy test has two colored lines: One is the control line at C region that signals the test is working properly while the other is the test line at T region.

If both lines appear at the end of 5 minutes that means the test is positive. That means you may be pregnant.

This test line can be lighter or darker than the control line., If only one line appears at the end of 5 minutes that means the test is negative. That means you may not be pregnant.

If a home pregnancy test shows that you are pregnant, you should call your doctor right away. Seeing your doctor early in your pregnancy also means you can begin pre-natal care to help you and your baby stay healthy.

Yes, it is still possible you could be pregnant. It is possible to be pregnant and to have a pregnancy test say that you are not pregnant. If your test says you are not pregnant, take another pregnancy test in a few days. If you think you are pregnant but more tests say you are not, call your doctor.

Yes. If you take medicine with the pregnancy hormone hCG as an active ingredient, you may get a false-positive test result. A false positive is when a test says you are pregnant when you are not. Some examples of medicines with hCG include certain medication for infertility. If you are taking medicine to help you get pregnant, you may want to see your doctor for a pregnancy test. Most medicines should not affect the results of a home pregnancy test. This includes over-the-counter and prescription medicines such as birth control pills and antibiotics. Also, alcohol and illegal drugs do not affect pregnancy test results.

Most home pregnancy tests claim to be up to 99 percent accurate. But the accuracy depends on: Be sure to check the expiration date and follow the instructions. Wait up to 5 minutes after taking the test to check the results window.

Most tests also have a “control indicator” in the result window. This control line shows whether the test is working properly. If the control line does not appear, the test is not working properly.

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