Thursday, 1 December 2011

Homemade Pregnancy Test

There are many different ways how you can perform pregnancy test at home.Here are some interesting facts and ideas about homemade pregnancy test

First and most important thing that you need to know is that no one  pregnancy test is 100% accurate unless it has been confirmed by a doctor or trained medical practitioner.So my first advice here will be go to your doctor if you want to be sure about your pregnancy.

Explanation how does pregnancy test work:

Generally speaking pregnancy test work in way that it check presence oh hormone HCG in your body.HCG is Human chorionic gonadoptrion.After that placenta begins developing and it happen just after fertilised egg implants in uterus.But you need to wait about six days after conception for these test.

There are few types of homemade pregnancy tests and many woman want to avoid goind to doctor and to check it alone in the home.Many of these test can give you wrong results so again best option for you is to visit your own doctor and find relevant results.

But if you still want to do it in your home one of the best option is digital pregnancy test.It is very easy to use and results are very good. Whole process of these homemade test is very simple and it will test presence of hormone.

Homemade pregnancy test with toothpaste

Ok this type of test is more myth then real one.All doctors will tell you the same thing.We can't check our pregnancy at home just using toothpaste test.So don't try this one.

There are many myths around about pregnancy.Also i am sure that you know many stories.People just like to speak about these things but unfortunately without much experience.So it can make you more problems then good things.always listen advices from your doctor.It is best way to be sure that everything is right or normal and also only 100 % sure way to know are you pregnant or not.

as you can see there are many different and interesting options for home can try some of these if you want.

1 comment:

  1. Ovulation is a process when a mature egg or ovum is released from the ovary, pushed down the fallopian tube and is available to be fertilized. This process happens every month. The time when this process happens are also referred as ovulatory phase.