Blood test can take the guesswork out of pregnancy.
Blood tests can tell if you are pregnant about six to eight days after you ovulate and accurately determine your due date earlier in your pregnancy than at home drugstore tests.
When is my baby due?
ACCURATE PREGNANCY DUE DATE TESTING
Because a quantitative blood test measures the exact amount of hCG in your blood, the results give you an estimate of your due date. Blood testing is as accurate as the current, more expensive method, ultrasound, and is usually more exact than a guess based on your last period.
At RapidTestMe, we perform quantitative blood pregnancy tests as early as 10 days after ovulation. You'll typically receive the results in 48 hours or less.
The sooner you know, the better
EARLY PREGNANCY TESTING
Think you might be pregnant but haven't missed a period yet? If you want to know for sure, you'll need to have a pregnancy blood test performed. A blood test is more sensitive than an in-home urine test. Blood test results are about 99% accurate and can detect lower amounts of hCG (the pregnancy hormone human chorionic gonadotropin) than urine pregnancy tests. If you do an in-home pregnancy test before you miss your period, the result may be negative even if you are in fact pregnant.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
Your health is exactly that... yours.
At RapidTestMe, we believe that if you want a lab test, nutritional IV, or vitamin shot—based on family history, lifestyle, an article you read, your favorite podcast, or any other reason—you should be able to get it. And it should be accessible with no questions asked.
We want you to have the information you need to make the health decisions that are right for you.
The platelet rich plasma therapy services provided have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These services are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The material on this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. Always consult your physician before beginning any therapy program.