About First Response Pregnancy Tests
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About First Response Pregnancy Tests

First Response offers a line of pregnancy tests and fertility detection tests produced by Church & Dwight. If you think you may be pregnant, the First Response suite of products offers an accurate way to test for pregnancy. Whether you’re looking for early detection or something that confirms your suspicions, decide which of their products is the right one for you.

How First Response Works

As you become pregnant, your body produces human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), which is detectable in both your blood and urine. First Response pregnancy tests look for this hormone in your urine. As the stick soaks up your urine, it uses a dye to show whether the hormone is present. Early results can be difficult to interpret. Digital tests take the guesswork out of reading the result.


First Response makes the Early Results pregnancy tests, which is a mid-stream test that tells you if you’re pregnant up to six days before your period is due. The Rapid Result test gives you results in just one minute, faster than the five minutes that other tests take. The Gold Digital test easily interprets the test results for you, giving you a digital reading that says “Yes” or “No.” The Test & Confirm test comes with two pregnancy tests — one digital and one traditional line test.

How to Use

Use the first urine of the morning, as this will have the highest concentration of hCG. Remove the cap from the test, which exposes an absorbent tip. You can either place this tip within the stream of urine as you go or you can collect your urine in a cup and dip the stick in the cup. After five minutes — one if you’re using the Rapid Result test — you will have your results. A digital test will show “Yes” or “No.” A line test will show two lines if you are pregnant and one line if you are not.


First Response claims that its tests offer more than a 95 percent accuracy rate. It’s important to note, though, that the tests can only measure hCG if it’s present in your urine. This only happens after the embryo has implanted in your uterus. You may get a negative result if you are testing too soon. The Early Results test can detect a pregnancy as early as six days before your period, but your embryo may not have implanted yet.

Buying First Response

You can purchase First Response pregnancy tests at most drug stores and discount stores. You may be able to save money by purchasing through online retailers, however. Note that some packages contain more tests than others. Packages that contain multiple tests cost more, but they decrease the per-test cost.

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