Please refer to the Instructions for a diagram to supplement the following result descriptions.
POSITIVE: Two lines appear. A clear pink-colored band appears in the control region (C) and another detectable test line, the intensity of which can vary, appears in the test region (T) below thefirst line, indicating a positive result for pregnancy. NOTE: If the color in the test zone (T) is very faint, repeat the test two days later with a new strip and a fresh urine sample, or seek medical advice.
NEGATIVE: One clear pink-colored line appears only in the control region (C) and no line appears in the test region (T), indicating a negative result for pregnancy. If the result is negative, you should repeat the test in 48 hours with a new strip and a new urine sample. If you get a second negative result but you think you might be pregnant, you should seek medical advice. NOTE: The clear pink-colored line in the control region (C) should always appear whether your test is negative or positive. It also indicates that you performed the test correctly.
INVALID: No visible lines appear in the control region (C). Repeat with a new test strip and a new urine sample. If the next test is also invalid, please take note of the lot number on the packaging and contact us at email@example.com.