Viola Early Pregnancy Test (from day 8)

The fastest pregnancy test, reliable result after 8 days.


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What does the early pregnancy test do?

The early pregnancy test can detect a pregnancy from the eighth day at a very early stage. It shows a positive result as soon as a hCG concentration of 5 mIU hCG / ml is present and is therefore suitable before the absence of the period (about 8 days after intercourse). The Viola pregnancy tests stand for clinically tested quality products. The unique test design guarantees a simple, safe and hygienic test procedure.


For whom is the early pregnancy test suitable?

The test is suitable for women who want to know very early if they are pregnant.


How does the early pregnancy test work?

The test rod is held directly in the urine stream for about three seconds or immersed in a beaker in which the urine was collected. Due to the high sensitivity of the test, the morning urine test has to be carried out, as here the hCG concentration is highest. The result can be read after 5 minutes.

Since the hCG increase in the female body is subject to fluctuations and maximum safety is ensured, the test was designed as a double pack.


Why should I do the early pregnancy test?

The test is designed to detect pregnancy as early as possible to provide peace of mind and to adjust the lifestyle of the situation as quickly as possible.

Once the decision has been made to have a child, many women want to get pregnant quickly. There is no guarantee for a quick success in family planning. It is more common that it does not work right away. Waiting periods of up to one year are considered normal. What can you do to become pregnant naturally?


Do not start too late

By the age of 35, most women who want to become pregnant can become pregnant within a year. From the age of 36, the probability of becoming pregnant is slower, slow starting at 38 years of age. Nevertheless, women over the age of 40 may get pregnant, but that can take longer. In addition, the risk of pregnancy complications and illnesses or genetic changes such as Down syndrome increases with age.

Contrary to what many people think, age also affects fertility in men. Experts believe that it will be more difficult to father children from the age of 50 years. Even with older fathers, the risk is greater that the child gets certain diseases.


The pill has no influence

The contraceptive pill has no negative impact on fertility. Studies have shown that even women who have taken the pill for years can easily become pregnant.


Men have to protect themselves from heat

There are indications that heat can reduce sperm production and thus reduce the number of sperm cells. Men should therefore prevent the testicles from overheating by avoiding very hot baths and sitting with their laptop on their lap for a long time. With the male fertility test, you can test the quality and quantity of sperm.


Often, frequent sex increases the chances of pregnancy

Several times a week and preferably daily sex increases the likelihood of pregnancy. Although the number of sperm cells decreases with frequent sexual intercourse, the number of sperm cells in healthy men is likely to be enough to give birth to a child. Check the quality / quantity of sperm with the male fertility test.


Evaluate your cycle

Only about 28% of women will get pregnant immediately if they try. You can significantly increase your chances of getting pregnant and shorten the time to pregnancy by up to 6 months by analysing your cycle. Within 6 months, 81% of women who want to get pregnant become pregnant with a cycle observation. After a year, it is even 92%. Without cycle observation, and just “waiting”, only about 60% of women become pregnant within six months.

The duration of the menstrual cycle varies from woman to woman. The cycle usually varies between 23 and 35 days. Once the egg is released, it moves along the fallopian tube into the uterus. The ovum can survive for up to 24 hours. The survival time of the sperm varies, but is usually between 3 and 5 days. That is why you are particularly fertile on the days before ovulation and the ovulation days themselves – these are the days when pregnancy is particularly likely. You can do the ovulation test to determine your ovulation and increase your chances of getting pregnant.


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