6 Of The World’s First Pregnancy Tests

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    In 2013, Clearblue introduced the the United States to the world’s first digital pregnancy test that automatically tells you how many weeks pregnant you are. (Sidenote: the test only works up until about three weeks of pregnancy.)

    And when you think about how far we have come to reach a point where simply peeing on a stick can tell us not only if we are pregnant, but how pregnant we are, it’s kind of amazing.

    So let’s take a fun little look back at the history of pregnancy testing, shall we?  

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6 Of The World’s First Pregnancy Tests

Chaunie Brusie is a coffee mug addict, a labor and delivery nurse turned freelance writer, and a young(ish) mom of four. She is the author of Tiny Blue Lines: Preparing For Your Baby, Moving Forward In Faith, & Reclaiming Your Life In An Unplanned Pregnancy and The Moments That Made You A Mother. She also ... More

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