There are many ways to find out if you’re pregnant. One is to wait and see. For those of us who are a little less patient, there’s the take-home chemistry kit known as a pregnancy test. But how do a little strip of paper and a few drops of urine tell you whether or not you’ve got a bun in the oven?
- Compound Interest: How do pregnancy tests work?
- New discoveries on the biology and detection of human chorionic gonadotropin
- Detection of Early Pregnancy Forms of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin by Home Pregnancy Test Devices
- The Long Gestation of the Modern Home Pregnancy Test
- Home and Point of Care Pregnancy Tests
- The hCG assay or pregnancy test
- Lateral flow tests
- Strips of Hope: Accuracy of Home Pregnancy Tests and New Developments
- CHIME proteins
- Home and Point of Care Pregnancy Tests A Review 3
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