The pregnancy test detects the presence of hCG in urine. The i-can pregnancy test is 99% accurate provided the test is performed properly. The accuracy of the test depends on the following factors:
How accurately you follow the instructions
How soon you perform the test
When you ovulate in your cycle
How soon the implantation occurs
If you get a positive result, you should consult the health care provider to confirm pregnancy. The blood test that detects hCG is more accurate and sensitive than the urine test. If you get a negative result, you should repeat the test after one week provided you do not start your menses.
i-can helps to detect presence of hCG hormone in agglutinating sera reagent strip. If you feel that you did not use the first strip correctly, then you can re-conduct the test with the second strip. Avoid using a single strip twice. If you get faint positive result and you cannot conclude the results, repeat the test after one week. If you get negative result, do not assume that you are not pregnant. Wait for your next menstrual period. If you do not get the menstrual period within one week then repeat the test after one week because hCG levels increase rapidly in your body if you are pregnant.