Equate Pregnancy Test

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Jessica posted this 06 February 2019

Thoughts on the Equate early pregnancy test? Is it accurate/should I trust the results? 

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Sarah posted this 05 May 2020

I think the generic tests work just as well as the name brand ones. They've been accurate for me as well. The biggest trick is take the test first thing in the morning, then the urine is more concentrated and the results are more accurate .

Jessica posted this 10 April 2020

I've found that generic tests have worked well for me! I would just avoid any that have blue dye as they are known to show more false positives. I would typically use a cheapie test first, and then I'd use a First Response Early Result if I thought I saw a faint line just to double check. 

Sloan posted this 17 February 2020

My understanding is that a positive is a positive, UNLESS you're undergoing fertility treatments. However pink dye test are clearer than the blue dye test. I'm no expert, just what I've read on various mom's pages and whatnot!

Sarah posted this 16 February 2020

My fertility doctor told me to not use any kind of generic pregnancy tests. However, I know a few of my friends have used them and they were accurate. 

Michelle posted this 13 February 2020

I have used this one several times.  The results were always negative, but that had nothing to do with the test, I really wasn't preggo.  I find it was similar to other big brands.

allis posted this 20 November 2019

Honestly, the Equate tests work WAY better than any other tests. I spent so much money on First Response and all of the other tests and they gave me a faint line every time making think I was crazy. After taking the equate one, it showed a dark line pretty immediately. Totally recommend trying this one out before spending money on others. 

Michelle posted this 19 November 2019

Yes I believe I have used that one too.  I have used EPT for example before, and didn't notice any differences.  Maybe someone has a preference on the way the results are displayed.  

Tina posted this 05 November 2019

Yes.  Worked for me.  I took one, kind of already knowing that I was pregnant.  The colors changed almost instantly with no guess work.  I didn't even kind of wonder if it was changed or not.  It was clear.

Davina posted this 31 August 2019

My sister is an MA and she said they all pretty much work the same (as long as you're not in a hurry to get results early). We use the ones from the Dollar Tree.

Louise posted this 25 July 2019

I always tested twice on all of my pregnancies, but equate I like! 

Lily posted this 22 July 2019

I was going to say whether Equate, First Response, or the ones that are like $1 they seem to all be pretty accurate! I took a couple just to verify myself! Lol

Haley posted this 21 July 2019

Yes! They are all equally accurate. I used equate. They are all required to have the same accuracy. Even ordering the really cheap ones offline will give you accurate results. 

Ally posted this 07 February 2019

I used the Equate pregnancy test and my results seemed to be accurate, although I did retest to confirm. 

Linda posted this 07 February 2019

Girl yes. They’re all the same. I’ve used the dollar store ones an got the right results.