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How To Make Home Made Pregnancy Test

Do not worry about the cost and materials. Home made tests such as pregnancy test are easier to perform, you only have to use some usual materials available in your house ranging from salt to toothpaste.

Check also: What You Need To Know About Pregnancy

Home made pregnancy tests with shampoo, sugar, salt, soap or toothpaste give out results of same accuracy as the ones available in the market. You can rely on these tests.

But I’ll only talk about Homemade Pregnancy test with SALT:

Salt pregnancy test is considered the most effective and the easiest method of testing pregnancy by pregnant women.

Homemade Pregnancy test with salt can be done using this simple method below:

●. Get a tidy and clean plastic container or little glass.
●. Put in the sample of fresh  urine earlier in the morning.
●. Put in a tweak or 2 of salt in it.
●. Observe the urine to see if it forms a thick white substance similar to milk cheese.
●. Milk Cheese like substance confirms pregnancy.
●. If you don’t see any change, it means you are definitely not pregnant.

Homemade pregnancy test prescription and perfection:
There isn’t that kind of particular “prescription” of the homemade tests.
It’s just the principal ingredient as well as the first fresh morning urine sample which is a must.

Please Note:

There’s no 100 percent pregnancy test accuracy. Basically, you might be required to go for pregnancy blood test at any clinic or hospital nearby, which will show you the correct level of HCG hormone in your body.

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