When you may be pregnant, the earlier you know the better. Featuring First to Detect technology, the First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test is sensitive enough to capture scant amounts of pregnancy hormones to give you results 6 days sooner than your missed period.  Early detection matters.  The first few weeks of pregnancy are critical to fetal development, so early prenatal care is important for a healthy birth weight and the baby’s survival. The sooner you know you’re pregnant, the sooner you can begin making healthy pregnancy choices for yourself and your baby that include diet, nutrition, and limiting your exposure to hazards.
Some pregnant women may not have detectable amounts of the pregnancy hormone in their urine on the day they use the test. The amount of pregnancy hormone increases as the pregnancy progresses. In laboratory testing, First Response detected the pregnancy hormone levels in 76% of pregnant women 6 days before their missed period, in 96% of pregnant women 5 days before their missed period, in >99% of pregnant women 4 days before their missed period, in >99% of pregnant women 3 days before their missed period, in >99% of pregnant women 2 days before their missed period, in >99% of pregnant women 1 day before their missed period, and in >99% of pregnant women on the day of their missed period.
- First Response #1 best-selling pregnancy test
- No other brand can tell you sooner
- Easily read your result in just 3 minutes
- Over 99% accurate from the day of your expected period
- Detects all forms of the pregnancy hormone
1) Test as early as 6 Days before the day of your missed period
2) Test: Put the tip of the test into urine for 5 seconds
3) Wait 3 mins
4) Read: Two pink lines is a pregnant result (even if ewither line is faint)
 First Response detects the pregnancy hormone 6 days sooner than the day of your missed period (5 days before the day of expected period).  >99% accurate at detecting typical pregnancy hormone levels. Note that hormone levels vary.  Nielsen AOC Diagnostics Database as of 7.15.17.  US News and World Report, Pharmacy Times, Survey of Pharmacists’ OTC Recommendations, Ovulation Prediction, 2017.  Minkin MJ. Embryonic development and pregnancy test sensitivity: the importance of earlier pregnancy detection. Women's Health (Lond Engl). 2009 Nov, 5(6):659-67.