How do we produce hCG hormones and how does it determined as "Pregnant"?
A woman's hCG levels rise when she is pregnant. In normal pregnancy this hormone is detected 7-10 days after sexual intercourse and hCG will reach 20 iu/L in 4-5 days. Our "Laboquick Midstream Pregnancy Test" can detect pregnancy up to 5 days after sexual intercouse which the hormone already reaches above 10 iu/L. On the other hand our "Laboquick Pregnancy Cassette Test" and "Laboquick Pregnancy Strip Test" can detect 7-10 days after insemination.