I participated in a Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for First Response. I received product samples as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation
Before I became pregnant with Jonathan, I always knew I wanted 3-4 children, which I still do although they will be more spread out than originally planned. We planned for our first two to be about 2 years apart, so when the time came to try to conceive, I can remember the anticipation that built up as the days went by until it was time to check. The hardest part is the wait when you are trying to conceive, wondering day after day if you are pregnant or not and now with the First Response Early Detection Pregnancy Test you can test as early as 6 days before the day of your missed period.
When it came to testing with both Jonathan and Trevor, I didn’t think twice and automatically picked up a two pack of the First Response Test pregnancy test. Our oldest, Jonathan was a bit of a surprise, and while the initial results of the test, two pink lines, put me into a panic the shock wore off and the excitement built up. We had planned to wait a couple of years after we were married to start our family, not six months, but Jonathan had other plans and we now wouldn’t have it any other way. While Jonathan came as a surprise, I can remember marking off the days on the calendar until it came time to take a pregnancy test with Trevor, those 2-3 weeks took forever. I can’t remember the exact days I had to wait, but I know it was after I had missed a period. When the day finally came to test I can remember the excitement once those two pink lines were visible.
Peeing on a stick was easier said then done, so I’m happy with the improvements in the newly redesigned First Response Early Detection Pregnancy Test which now features a curved shape to fit easier in a woman’s hand. I can remember the troublesome moments trying to “pee on a stick” the first time, as I had to aim for a certain small spot and ended up getting my hand more than I got the stick the first time.
In addition to having a curve, the newly designed test now offers a 50% wider tip with a longer handle. They can detect all relevant forms of urinary hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) throughout pregnancy and the results can be read in as little as 3 minutes with over 99% accuracy.
Keep an eye out for the newly redesigned First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test that are now available at all major drugstores and grocery stores for a suggested price of $8.99 – $15.99