What Is the Baking Soda Pregnancy Test?
A baking soda pregnancy test is a simple homemade pregnancy test with baking soda that can be done anytime during the pregnancy. The idea behind the test is to check for pregnancy at home using kitchen staple. The expecting mother needs to add a few drops of her morning urine to a spoonful of baking soda and check the acidity of the urine. If she is pregnant, she will notice some fizz. This is because baking soda or sodium bicarbonate reacts with most acids.
How to Perform This Test
This test is a very simple procedure that you can do at your home without any sophisticated equipment.
What You Need
To carry out the baking soda home pregnancy test, you will need the following.
1. A tablespoon of baking soda.
2. Some urine collected early in the morning/ the first urine of the day.
3. A sterilised container to collect the urine.
4. Another sterilised container to hold the baking soda.
5. A pair of plastic or surgical gloves.
6. Baking soda
1. Wash your hands thoroughly and dry them. Then wear gloves.
2. Collect some urine in a container. Be sure not to contaminate the sample.
3. Take some baking soda in another container and pour a few millilitres of urine onto it.
4. It is preferred that you perform this test using your first urine of the day as the urine may get diluted through the day as you drink water. This can alter or skew the results of the test. Although the quantity of the baking soda or urine required to perform the test isn’t specified, it is recommended that you use equal parts of both the items.
How to Interpret the Test Results
The results can be interpreted as soon as you mix a few drops of your urine into the baking soda. You will get a fizzy reaction immediately if you are pregnant. If not, the test indicates that you haven’t conceived yet.
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