How Much Do Pregnancy Tests Cost?

According to WebMD, “Home pregnancy tests can find the presence of a pregnancy hormone (called human chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG) in a sample of urine. High levels of hCG are made during pregnancy, and the home tests have similar results to the pregnancy tests done in most doctor offices if they are used exactly as instructed.”  Home pregnancy tests are usually the first choice for women who think they may be pregnant.  If the home pregnancy test suggests pregnancy, consult your doctor immediately for proper prenatal care.

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How much do pregnancy tests cost?

TypePrice Range
Blood Pregnancy Test$50 to $200 (not including doctor bill)
Clearblue Pregnancy Test$7 to $15 (2 pack)
Early Response Pregnancy Test$6 to $12 (2 pack)
EPT Pregnancy Test$7 to $14 (2 pack)
First Response Pregnancy Test$9 to $12 (2 pack)
Planned Parenthood Pregnancy Test$0 to $50+ (based on income sliding scale; includes visit)

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