Is The Change In Test Pack Results Accurate?
can the results of the test pack change? if in the morning the test is negative after being put in the packaging again the test pack turns positive?
Testpack is a tool that can be used to detect pregnancy by working to detect the presence of hCG / pregnancy hormone in the urine. The testpack is quite accurate as long as it is used precisely and in accordance with the recommended usage / method of using the testpack. The rules on how to use a testpack can be seen on the testpack packaging.
In general, for more accurate testpack results, you are advised to use morning urine and do a testpack 1 week after a late menstruation. Make sure the urine container is clean and the testpack dipping does not exceed the boundary line. Usually each testpack has a maximum immersion time in urine and a reading time. You can read the time rules on your testpack packaging. But it is recommended to read the testpack some time after being removed from the urine container.
If the testpack has been stored for a long time and then read again, the results of the testpack that are read become inaccurate again. If later there are changes to the results of the testpack, the changes are not necessarily accurate, and you should do a re-testpack 1 week after the last testpack.
Hope it helps you,