6 Of The World’s First Pregnancy Tests

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    Image via www.photographybyjoelle.com/Flickr

    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 writer, speaker, and labor and delivery nurse. She began serving as an advocate for young mothers after discovering her own two tiny blue lines during her senior year of college. She blogs about her journey as a young mom of four at www.tinybluelines.com and her first book, Tiny Blue Lines, is now available. Find Chaunie on < ... More

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