Urine-based pregnancy test for trying-to-conceive women
Q & A
BFP Pregnancy Test - Midstream
At Fairhaven Health, we're in the business of creating products to help couples achieve pregnancy. So when we set out to introduce our own brand of early pregnancy test, we knew that it had to be one that reflected the unique needs of our target demographic, as well as the end result our customers were striving to achieve - a BFP (or "big fat positive" as we call it in the online trying-to-conceive community).
And so was born the BFP Early Pregnancy Test, the first pregnancy test designed specifically for trying-to-conceive women.
The BFP Pregnancy Test excels in precisely those parameters regarded as most important in a pregnancy test by trying-to-conceive women: early detection, accuracy, and ease of use.
Early Detection: As any trying-to-conceive woman can attest, waiting until your missed period to take a pregnancy test is one of the most difficult aspects of the trying to conceive experience. Fortunately, with the BFP Pregnancy Test, you don't need to wait nearly that long. The BFP Test provides you with greater advance notice of pregnancy than other brands, allowing you to receive as positive result as early as 4 days before your missed period.
Accuracy: We understand that the trying-to-conceive experience is stressful enough without having to worry about the accuracy of your test results. False negatives, ambiguous test lines, and invalid results are more than a simple inconvenience when you’re hoping for your Big Fat Positive – they’re an emotional rollercoaster. The BFP Pregnancy Test boasts greater than 99% accuracy, so you can rest assured that the result you receive is the correct one.
Ease of Use: The BFP Pregnancy Test is easy to use – simply remove the protective cap and hold the test in your urine stream for 5-10 seconds. Replace the cap and lay the test on a flat surface with the reading window facing up. Within 1 to 3 minutes, your results will appear: one line = negative; two lines = (big fat!) positive.
Early detection: positive results four days before your missed period