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Brand: Equate ( + - )

Sensitivity: 25 mIU/ml

There are currently 517 pregnancy test results recorded for this brand.

The data displayed in the charts below is a breakdown, by days past ovulation, of different pregnancy test results for this brand. All results are based on pregnancy test results submitted by our members.

IMPORTANT: Only pregnancy test results reported by pregnant women are included. Therefore any negative results are false negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

Pregnancy Test Statistics by Days Past Ovulation

Select a day past ovulation from the list above.

View the totals and percentages for each result (positive, negative and evaps) and an interpretation of what result you may expect on each day based on the data.

Only days that have tests recorded are listed.

4 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 3 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 0% - Total Negative: 100%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive00 tests
Faint Positive00 tests
Standard Positive00 tests
Strong Positive00 tests
Negative 100%3 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data3 Tests

NOTE: Positive pregnancy test results are so highly uncommon for any day prior to 6 days past ovulation that they really should not be considered in this data - Any positive test result this early is usually due to a miscalculation of when ovulation occured and thus does not accurately represent the true day past ovulation. Most home pregnancy tests measure the amount of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) in the urine, it is only once the fertilized egg implants (around 6-12 days after ovulation), that the developing placenta begins producing hCG.

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 4 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Negative test result. 100% of tests taken by pregnant women were negatives - thus making them false negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are. To avoid unnecessary disappointment you should try and wait as long as possible before testing.

5 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 5 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 80% - Total Negative: 20%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive 80%4 tests
Faint Positive00 tests
Standard Positive00 tests
Strong Positive00 tests
Negative20%1 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data5 Tests

NOTE: Positive pregnancy test results are so highly uncommon for any day prior to 6 days past ovulation that they really should not be considered in this data - Any positive test result this early is usually due to a miscalculation of when ovulation occured and thus does not accurately represent the true day past ovulation. Most home pregnancy tests measure the amount of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) in the urine, it is only once the fertilized egg implants (around 6-12 days after ovulation), that the developing placenta begins producing hCG.

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 5 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 5 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 20% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

6 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 9 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 22.2% - Total Negative: 77.8%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive22.2%2 tests
Faint Positive00 tests
Standard Positive00 tests
Strong Positive00 tests
Negative 77.8%7 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data9 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 6 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Negative test result. 77.8% of tests taken by pregnant women were negatives - thus making them false negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are. To avoid unnecessary disappointment you should try and wait as long as possible before testing.

7 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 15 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 46.7% - Total Negative: 53.3%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive40%6 tests
Faint Positive6.7%1 tests
Standard Positive00 tests
Strong Positive00 tests
Negative 53.3%8 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data15 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 7 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Negative test result. 53.3% of tests taken by pregnant women were negatives - thus making them false negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are. To avoid unnecessary disappointment you should try and wait as long as possible before testing.

8 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 40.9% - Total Negative: 59.1%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive22.7%5 tests
Faint Positive9.1%2 tests
Standard Positive4.5%1 tests
Strong Positive4.5%1 tests
Negative 54.5%12 tests
Evap4.5%1 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data22 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 8 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Negative test result. 59.1% of tests taken by pregnant women were negatives - thus making them false negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are. To avoid unnecessary disappointment you should try and wait as long as possible before testing.

9 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 57.5% - Total Negative: 42.5%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive 40%16 tests
Faint Positive12.5%5 tests
Standard Positive5%2 tests
Strong Positive00 tests
Negative37.5%15 tests
Evap5%2 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data40 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 9 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 9 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 42.5% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

10 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 59.6% - Total Negative: 40.4%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive21.1%12 tests
Faint Positive26.3%15 tests
Standard Positive10.5%6 tests
Strong Positive1.8%1 tests
Negative 36.8%21 tests
Evap3.5%2 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data57 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 10 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 10 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 40.4% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

11 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 65.4% - Total Negative: 34.6%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive30.8%16 tests
Faint Positive17.3%9 tests
Standard Positive17.3%9 tests
Strong Positive00 tests
Negative 34.6%18 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data52 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 11 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 11 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 34.6% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

12 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 86.4% - Total Negative: 13.6%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive11.9%7 tests
Faint Positive 50.8%30 tests
Standard Positive18.6%11 tests
Strong Positive5.1%3 tests
Negative10.2%6 tests
Evap3.4%2 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data59 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 12 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 12 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 13.6% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

13 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 85.4% - Total Negative: 14.6%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive14.6%7 tests
Faint Positive 39.6%19 tests
Standard Positive20.8%10 tests
Strong Positive10.4%5 tests
Negative14.6%7 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data48 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 13 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 13 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 14.6% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

14 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 93.8% - Total Negative: 6.3%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive4.2%2 tests
Faint Positive29.2%14 tests
Standard Positive 50%24 tests
Strong Positive10.4%5 tests
Negative6.3%3 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data48 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 14 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 14 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 6.3% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

15 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 84.2% - Total Negative: 15.8%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive23.7%9 tests
Faint Positive10.5%4 tests
Standard Positive 31.6%12 tests
Strong Positive18.4%7 tests
Negative15.8%6 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data38 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 15 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 15 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 15.8% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

16 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 91.2% - Total Negative: 8.8%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive17.6%6 tests
Faint Positive14.7%5 tests
Standard Positive 29.4%10 tests
Strong Positive 29.4%10 tests
Negative5.9%2 tests
Evap2.9%1 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data34 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 16 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 16 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 8.8% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

17 Days Past Ovulation

Total Positive: 77.3% - Total Negative: 22.7%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive9.1%2 tests
Faint Positive9.1%2 tests
Standard Positive27.3%6 tests
Strong Positive 31.8%7 tests
Negative22.7%5 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data22 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 17 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 17 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 22.7% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

18 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 10 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 90% - Total Negative: 10%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive00 tests
Faint Positive 40%4 tests
Standard Positive20%2 tests
Strong Positive30%3 tests
Negative10%1 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data10 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 18 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 18 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 10% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

19 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 7 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 100% - Total Negative: 0%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive00 tests
Faint Positive28.6%2 tests
Standard Positive14.3%1 tests
Strong Positive 57.1%4 tests
Negative00 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data7 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 19 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 19 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 0% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

20 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 6 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 100% - Total Negative: 0%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive00 tests
Faint Positive33.3%2 tests
Standard Positive00 tests
Strong Positive 66.7%4 tests
Negative00 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data6 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 20 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 20 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 0% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

21 Days Past Ovulation

Note: There are only 19 tests recorded for this day past ovulation for this brand.
For this reason, the statistics may not be entirely accurate.

Total Positive: 94.7% - Total Negative: 5.3%

Result Percentage Number of Tests
Very Faint Positive00 tests
Faint Positive10.5%2 tests
Standard Positive26.3%5 tests
Strong Positive 57.9%11 tests
Negative5.3%1 tests
Evap00 tests
Total Number of Tests Included In The Data19 Tests

Interpretation of Data

Based on these statistics, if you are pregnant and use a Equate ( + - ) pregnancy test on 21 days past ovulation you are most likely to get a Positive test result.

The instances of false negatives on 21 days past ovulation are less common, but do still occur. 5.3% of test results were False Negatives. A false negative result is when a pregnancy test indicates that you are not pregnant but you actually are.

Evaporation Lines for Equate ( + - )

Out of 517 results recorded for this brand 11 were reported as evaporation lines. That's a total of 2.1%.

What is an evaporation line?
3/5

What Women Think of This Brand

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  • 5/5Jul. 2, 2014 4:21pm » SadGirlRachel said:
    took this test at 12 dpo an got a strong positive immediately.worked for me and was accurate
  • 1/5May. 30, 2014 10:25am » Addingonemore said:
    Awful, control window never registered! So frustrating
  • 1/5Nov. 18, 2013 3:34pm » squishy4691 said:
    dont wast your money i took one yesterday 2 days late got a standard positve today i stared af i am sooo disapointed
  • 5/5Aug. 15, 2013 6:55pm » Maie-Lynn said:
    Took this test in the afternoon on the day my period was expected and IMMEDIATELY got a STRONG positive
  • 4/5Apr. 16, 2013 9:06pm » homebirthmom123 said:
    i like these tests. easy clear to read results. pretty dark where my internet cheapies still had a faint line.

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