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Is morning pee the best for pregnancy test?

Morning urine is often considered the best for pregnancy testing as it tends to have higher levels of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) hormones which are produced by the placenta after fertilization. These hormones are what most pregnancy tests detect to confirm pregnancy.

However, it is important to note that the timing of the pregnancy test matters more than morning urine. A pregnancy test should not be taken immediately after a missed period, as it may not produce an accurate result at that stage. Waiting at least a week after a missed period is recommended to ensure more accuracy.

Additionally, there are several factors that can affect hCG levels in urine, such as drinking too much fluid, taking certain medications, or having a medical condition that affects hormone production. So, while morning urine may be beneficial, it is only one factor to consider when taking a pregnancy test.

Consulting with a healthcare provider and following the instructions on the pregnancy test package will provide the most accurate and reliable result.