Digital Pregnancy Test

The Liavince Digital Pregnancy Test is a quick and easy-to-use pregnancy test. This product is intended for the qualitative detection of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in human urine samples. For self-application for in vitro diagnostics purposes.

Product information

During the test, the sample (urine) reacts with the particle coated with specific antibodies. The mixture migrates upwards on the membrane chromatographically by capillary action. It then reacts with the specific capture antibodies on the membrane, leading to the formation of a colored line on the inner test strip. The result signal is converted by a photodiode into an electrical signal and then calculated by software to display the respective result on the LCD display.

  • For your own use
  • Practical: Simply hold the test tip in your urine for 5 seconds.
  • Read the result comfortably after 3 minutes on the display.
  • Over 99% accuracy from the day of the expected period.


1 x Dig. pregnancy test (in foil bag)

1 x instructions for use

How to use

Step 1:

When you are ready, take the test out of the foil bag and remove the cap. Hold the anti-slip handle with the absorbent tip facing down. Hold the display screen facing up and put the absorbent tip in your urine stream for 5 seconds. It is important to ensure that the urine sample does not come into contact with the plastic holder.


You can collect your urine in a clean, dry cup and dip the entire absorption tip into the urine for 10 seconds

Step 2:

Put the cap back on and place the test on a flat surface with the display screen facing upwards. The watch icon will appear and flash on the display screen after urine has been applied to indicate that the test is processing.

Step 3:

After about 3 minutes, the result "YES+" or "NO-" will appear on the screen.

Reading the results:
If "YES+" is displayed on the display, it means that you are probably pregnant. If "NO-" is displayed on the display, it means that you are probably not pregnant. Your result will be displayed on the screen for about an hour. If other results are displayed on the display screen, please refer to the Test Errors section of the Instructions for Use

Digitaler Schwangerschaftstest
  • There is the possibility that this test may produce false results. Consult your doctor before making any medical decisions.
  • Medications containing hCG (such as Pregnyl, Profasi, APL, etc.) can contribute to a false positive result. Alcohol and painkillers that do not contain hCG should not affect the test result.
  • Highly diluted urine samples characterized by low specific gravity may not contain representative hCG levels. If the initial pregnancy test result is negative but pregnancy is still suspected, it is recommended to wait for a few days and collect a first morning urine sample, at least 48 hours later, and test again.
  • False positive results may occur when using this test. Elevated levels of hCG may not only indicate pregnancy, but also various medical conditions such as trophoblastic diseases and certain types of cancers such as testicular, prostate, breast and lung cancer. Therefore, the presence of hCG in the urine alone should not be used to indicate pregnancy unless the above conditions have been ruled out.
  • False negative results may occur when using this test. False negative results may occur if hCG levels are below the sensitivity level of the test. If pregnancy is suspected and the first test is negative, it is recommended to wait at least 48 hours before testing again with a first morning urine sample. In case of suspected pregnancy but continued negative results, it is recommended to seek medical advice for further evaluation and diagnosis.
  • This test allows a preliminary indication of pregnancy. It is important to note only a healthcare professional can confirm pregnancy after a thorough evaluation of all clinical and laboratory findings.
  • Unusually colored (e.g., red, brown) urine can lead to inaccurate results.

If an error occurred during the test. Possible reasons:

  • The absorbent tip was not always pointing down when the urine was applied.
  • Too little urine was used.
  • Other instructions for use have not been followed


The test was not performed as expected. Possible reasons:

  • The urine sample was too small to perform the test.
  • The test has reached the expiration date.
  • Other instructions for use have not been followed.


If you encounter the two errors mentioned above, it is recommended to repeat the test with a new kit, making sure to carefully follow the instructions provided.

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