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Early Pregnancy Test

LifeSign1® Detects 15-Units of Pregnancy Hormone Allowing Earlier Detection following Conception.
$18.00 (2 tests) / $23.00 (3 tests)

You May Test Earlier Than The First Missed Day!*

* "A negative test prior to the first missed menses day, does not rule out pregnancy, but a positive test should be considered so until confirmation by your physician."

LifeSign1 midstream urine early pregnancy test is the most sensitive pregnancy test--able to detect as low as 15 Units of Beta hCG, the pregnancy hormone.

LifeSign1 can be ordered with your choice of 2 or 3 test devices and instructions

  • Private: Mailed to your Home
  • Cost: Less than most Store Tests
  • Easy: Mid-Stream Urine
  • Early: First Missed Day of Period
  • Sensitive: Detects 15 units of Beta hCG Hormone
  • Fast: Results in 1- 3 minutes
  • Simple: Just One Step
  • Convenient: Works any time of day
  • Accurate: Over 99% accurate in laboratory studies

For In Vitro Diagnostic Use. Not to be taken internally. This test kit contains everything you need to simply and reliably find out whether you are pregnant or not.

When a woman is pregnant, her body makes a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), which can be detected in urine. LifeSign1 One-Step Home Pregnancy Test detects the presence of hCG in urine.

A positive result indicates that the urine contains hCG and you can assume you are pregnant.

A negative result indicates that no hCG was detected in the urine and you can assume that you are not pregnant.

Before you begin:

Read all the information in this pamphlet before performing the test. First, make sure you are familiar with the test kit contents shown above. Store at 40-86 F (4-30C) in the sealed pouch, away from direct sunlight. Do not use after the expiration date stamped on the package.


      1. Open the sealed pouch, remove the LifeSign1 test stick, and remove the protective cap.
      2. Turn the test stick so that the reading window is facing away from you , with the absorbent tip down, and hold the absorbent tip in your urine stream for a minimum of 10 seconds.(We recommend using a clock or watch for accuracy.) The test will not work properly if too little urine is absorbed or if urine is spilled into the reading window.
      3. Replace the protective cap over the wet absorbent tip and leave the stick on a flat surface with the reading window facing up.
      4. Read the result after 3 minutes. While you wait, you will see a pink color moving up the reading window. A pinkish-purple line will form in the control (upper) window to tell you the test is working correctly.


    Alternate Procedure

    1. Collect urine into a clean cup. Open the pouch and remove the test as above. Dip the absorbent tip of the stick at least halfway into the urine, for at least 10 seconds.
    2. Replace the protective cap over the wet absorbent tip and leave the stick on a flat surface with the reading window facing upward.
    3. Read the result after 3 minutes.


Wait at least 3 minutes before reading your test.

Positive: Two lines, one in each of the reading windows, means you are probably pregnant. Even if one line is very light, you can assume you are pregnant. Some positive results may appear in just one minute.

Negative: One line in the control (upper) window and no line in the test (lower) window means you are probably not pregnant. Negative results take at least 3 minutes to confirm.

Invalid: If there are no lines visible in the reading windows, the test did not work properly and should be repeated. A control line will always appear if the test worked properly.

How To Interpret Your Test Result

A positive test result means your urine contains hCG, a hormone your body makes during pregnancy. You can assume you are pregnant, and should consult your doctor for proper prenatal care and nutrition counseling. A negative result means that no hCG has been detected and you probably are not pregnant. You may want to repeat the LifeSign1 test if a week passes and you still have not started menstruating. If the result from this later test is still negative, you are probably not pregnant, but you should see your physician because there could be health-related reasons why you are not menstruating.

Note: Since it can be difficult to know the day you've missed your period, women with an irregular menstrual cycle should use the longest cycle as a reference. If the test is negative and your period does not begin within a few days, you may have miscalculated your cycle and should use a second test.

Limits of the Test

The LifeSign1 One-Step Home Pregnancy Test is not reusable. The test instructions must be followed precisely. The results should not be affected by oral contraceptives, pain relievers, antibiotics and other common drugs. Medications containing the pregnancy hormone hCG may affect the test and should not be taken concurrently. If you are on fertility drugs check with your doctor about their effect on fertility tests.

LifeSign1 can be stored for 18 months at room temperature.

LifeSign1 is highly accurate in detecting pregnancy. In rare instances, however, false results (positive when no pregnancy exists or negative when pregnancy is present) may be observed. You should check with your doctor if you get inconsistent results. Certain health conditions such as ectopic pregnancy or a cyst in the ovary can cause false results.

The first three months of pregnancy are the most important for your baby. See your doctor immediately for proper prenatal care and nutrition counseling.

Quality Guarantee
You must be completely satisfied with this product. If not, please return it to Geodesic Meditech Inc. for a refund of your purchase price or a replacement.

PO Box 930
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067 USA
Tel: 001 (858) 692-0088

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