Have you tried Clicks home digital pregnancy test?
Did you get a clear positive or negative result?
An experiment conducted by journalist Phillip de Wet found that the tests gave a false positive.
He explains that the digital test came out positive when tested in water instead of urine.
We had a report from a reader who told us she had a false positive on this Clicks digital home pregnancy test.— Phillip de Wet Associate Editor at Business Insider Inc
We went to get a couple of these tests and thought we should try one out just to see whether there was a huge failure with this batch.— Phillip de Wet Associate Editor at Business Insider Inc
The first one tested positive with water and the second one. We then realise there was a significant problem here.— Phillip de Wet Associate Editor at Business Insider Inc
Here is the test De Wet has conducted...
So clicks has been selling fake pregnancy tests? pic.twitter.com/LGVnFIKREC— Vuyo (@Vuyo_Unchained) October 12, 2018
Hi Patrick, as a responsible Health Retailer we take the wellbeing of our customers extremely seriously.— Clicks (@Clicks_SA) October 12, 2018
We have removed the Clicks Digital Pregnancy test from our shelves as a precautionary measure, pending the outcome of a full investigation by our supplier. Thank you
Listen to what De Wet says women have said about the test...
This article first appeared on 702 : Clicks digital home pregnancy tests' false positive causing a stir