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Q: What can I do if no pink line appears in the area “C” after putting 6 drops of urine?

A: Sometimes, you can put air bubbles instead of urine drops. In this case, add one more drop of urine and wait 5 more minutes.

Q: If I have not put exactly 6 drops of urine, is the result still valid?

A: One or two drops less or more will not interfere with the result.

Q: How does the test work ?

A: PrimaCard® detects the hCG (human Chorionic - Gonadotropin) hormone, small quantities of which are secreted by the placenta soon after conception, the quantity increasing during the first three months of pregnancy.

Q: What should I do if the result is positive ?

A: If the result is positive, you should see a doctor. He will inform you about different precautions to take. You can also confirm the result by using another PRIMACARD test three days later.

Q: What should I do if the result is negative ?

A: A negative result means that you are not pregnant. However, if you haven’t had your period for 8 days, you should do another test. If you obtain another negative result, you should see a doctor.

Q: How can I be sure that the result is totally reliable ?

A: If you have carried out the test procedure correctly, you should obtain a reliable result. However, there are some diseases or treatments for infertility which can distort the test result.

Q: How can I interpret a faint pink line in the area “T” ?

A: If the result is positive, a pink line appears after 2 to 5 minutes. The intensity of this line can be more or less pronounced.

From the moment you see a line, whatever the intensity of it, it means that you are pregnant.

Q: Can I read the result a long time after having done the test ?

A: It is recommended to read the result within five minutes.