Easy@home Early Pregnancy Test Review #Pregnancy8countMidstream

by Heather


My husband and I are actively trying to get pregnant. As you may recall me sharing before, this has not been a simple task for us and we have “recruited” the assistance of a medical professional. Between the appointments, medications, and blood draws, we also have to run pregnancy tests. Not only is this heart wrenching, it is downright expensive.

Have you purchased pregnancy tests lately? Umm yeah, it is not abnormal to find a 3-pack for $12 to $15. That may not sound horrible for a onetime purchase but month after month, it quickly adds up. We could buy tests from the Dollar Store but I highly doubt they are accurate. After a few months of shelling out the “big bucks,” my husband and I concluded that we needed to find a way of staying on schedule with our testing without breaking the bank.

Enter Easy@home Early Pregnancy Test.

We have used Easy@home products before so this has become a trusted name in our household. Even better, they sell an 8 count box of pregnancy tests for just $15.00. I dare you to find an offer, other than the Dollar Store that is better than this!

The tests are individually wrapped and come inside a slender box. To use, take the test out of the wrapper, remove the purple cap, start your stream, and place the swab part of the test in your stream for a matter of seconds. You then replace the purple cap and sit it on a solid surface, like the bathroom counter, for 3 to 5 minutes. If you prefer, you are also able to collect your urine in a cup and then hold the swab end of the test in the cup for a matter of seconds before moving forward with the additional directions above. Talk about the longest 3 to 5 minutes of your life! I’m known to hoover over the test …waiting…hoping… anyways… it’s simple!

Even more helpful, the indicator window/result screen is large and easy to read. Now, our test has not come up positive yet but we are still hopeful. We would love to welcome another little one into our little family. We’ll keep you posted on that. In the meantime, if you are considering getting pregnant or think you might be, save your money for the more important events, and check out Easy@home Early Pregnancy Tests!



Easy to read: two lines means pregnant and one line means not pregnant

Accurate: Over 99.8% accurate

FDA approved





Disclosure: Free product was received to facilitate this review in conjunction with Tomoson.com. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. Please note that this post may contain an affiliate link.

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lindamanns March 12, 2015 - 8:51 am
This sounds like a fairly easy and fairly affordable to test yourself. Thank you so much for sharing this. I wish you the best. God Bless
Dianna Davis March 12, 2015 - 10:00 pm
I understand how expensive this can be. I wish you blessings and luck in this event. I was told I could not have any more, and if I did it would be risky.My body really didn't listen. We had number seven, a boy. We are a yours mine and ours family and the rest are girls. He and the girls are such blessings. I pray it happens for you too.
lisa March 13, 2015 - 11:14 am
First, good luck. Hopefully you won't need the eight pack. That's a great price. It can be frustrating when trying to get pregnant and testing month after month. With my first, I took the home tests and they kept coming back negative. I had cramps and figured I'd wait a week. Another test, nope! It took a blood test at the doctors office to let me know that I was pregnant.
Sandra Watts March 13, 2015 - 11:47 am
Yep, I bet it is expensive after a while. I am 47 so I just sit back and enjoy my grand kids when I can. Good luck to you both in your baby adventures.
Richard Hicks March 13, 2015 - 4:38 pm
Great that such kits exist for women. Good luck to you!
laura rubenstein March 13, 2015 - 6:13 pm
That is a GREAT offer! Pregnancy test are so expensive it's ridiculous!
cgould4178 March 13, 2015 - 7:27 pm
That's a great price. Good luck with your future pregnancy. Thanks for sharing!

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