Drug Tests Instructions for Use
Negative: A pink line is visible in the control and test zones. It indicates that the concentration of the corresponding drug is zero or below the detection limit of the test.
Pregmate Drug Tests detect the presence of specific drugs and their metabolites in human urine at the following cut off concentrations:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The test line is lighter than the control line. Does it mean some drug is present? No. Any test line, no matter how dark or light, is considered a negative result and should not be interpreted as a measure of the amount of drug. The intensity of the lines may vary due to a variety of factors: how diluted is the urine, the pH or protein level of the urine etc.
How soon after taking a drug can you detect it in the urine and for how long can a drug stay in the urine? This can vary depending on the amount taken, the frequency of use and the metabolism of a person. THC can stay in the body for up to few weeks.
How accurate are Pregmate drug tests? Pregmate drug tests are more than 99% accurate at detecting specific drugs in the urine. The accuracy of the test depends on several factors such as how close to the cut-off level the drug is in the urine and how soon the test was administered after the use of the drug.
What is the best time to take the test? Pregmate drug tests can be administered any time of the day.