Directions for Use:
- Remove the test stick from the foil pouch when it is about to be used and throw away the desiccant.
- Remove the cap to expose the absorbent tip.
- Hold the test stick by the grip with the exposed absorbent tip pointing downward. Urinate on the absorbent tip until it is thoroughly wet (at least 5 seconds).
- Lay the test stick down on a flat surface with the windows on top and wait for the test result (If you wish, you can replace the cap to cover the absorbent tip).
How to read the result
- If only one purple band is visible, the result is negative (not pregnant).
- If two distinct purple bands appear, the result is positive (pregnant).
- If no visible lines appear, the test is invalid and should be repeated using a new device.
How accurate is Blue Doctor?
Laboratory tests have proven Blue Doctor to be greater than 99.9% accuracy.
How does Blue Doctor work?
Blue Doctor detects a hormone in your urine known as hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) that your body produces only during pregnancy. Blue Doctor can detect hCG hormone levels in your urine as early as the first day of your missed period.
When can you perform the test?
Blue Doctor can be performed any time of the day. It will be more accurate to use the first morning urine since it contains the highest concentration of hormone.
How soon can you read the result after performing the test?
A positive result (2 lines) will appear within 3 minutes.
What if I don't think the test result is correct?
If it is difficult to tell whether there is a line or not on the window, repeat the test after 2 - 3 days with a new device. Follow instructions carefully.
The test may give a false positive result if you had a miscarriage or have given birth within the past 8 weeks. This is because the test may still detect the hCG in your system from the previous pregnancy. You should ask your doctor for help in interpreting the result of your Blue Doctor test if you have recently been pregnant.
Can medication or medical conditions affect test results?
Blue Doctor is a test specifically designed to detect the presence of hCG in urine samples. Medications where hCG is present or rare medical conditions may produce false results. Factors that may not affect the test result include alcohol, analgesics (painkillers), antibiotics, birth control pills or hormone therapies containing clomiphene citrate. Factors that may affect the test result include certain drugs which contain hCG or that are used in combination with hCG (such as Pregnyl, Profasi, Pergonal, APL).