I've just tried Boots early detection one step pregnancy test but no instructions. Result show i vertical pink line in one window and a horizontal pink line in the other. Anybody got the instructions and can help? Please?
Boots may have a website for the product. If you have the box, look on it for any kind of e-address. Some hpts are formulated so if you are pregnant, a "plus" sign appears in the other window rather than just a single line, maybe that is what kind you have. But I would look online, all the info you need might be there.
I am not familiar with that test. But typically when there is a vertical line and a horizontal line, in separate boxes, the vertical line is the control line and should always appear. The box with the horizontal line would be the test box and usually shows a negative sign if not pregnant (which would be just the horizontal line you are describing) or a positive sign (plus sign) if pregnant. So while I don't have instructions and am not familiar with that brand, from my experience I would think it's a negative test. The only way to know for sure though would be to find the instructions or talk to someone who has them. Good luck! Sorry I couldn't be of more help!
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