Do you have this gut feeling that you’re pregnant? Or maybe you're stuck at home with the kids and won't be able to go out to get some pregnancy test kits, then here's some homemade pregnancy tests have been around since even before over-the-counter tests were available. They are however quick, and a fun way to test for pregnancy without having to run to the store.
However, majority of us don't know that many items in our home like vinegar, sugar, toothpaste, bleach, and even dandelions can be used at home for pregnancy tests. But this article will be based on using wine, and also soap to test for pregnancy and here's how to do that.
1. Test pregnancy using wine
This test is a little bit expensive and also time consuming but wine test is another reliable method to test for pregnancy at home.
Therefore, for you to be able to achieve this result correctly get a bowl, a bottle of wine, and a sample of early morning urine and follow the procedure below:
1. Get the empty bowl, pour the Early morning urine into it.
2. Add some quantity of the wine into the bowl containing the urine.
3. Stir very well to ensure proper mixture
4. Then wait for about 10 minutes
I. Negative (not pregnant)
If there's no changes in the color of the wine after mixture then your
ii. Positive (pregnant)
If you notice any visible change in the color of the wine, it signifies you're pregnant.
2. Pregnancy test using soap
You can perform this test with any type of bathing soap.
All you need to do is, take a small piece of soap and pour your urine on it ( early morning urine).
i. Positive - If it forms bubbles it means that you are pregnant.
II. Negative - if it doesn't bubble, you are not pregnant.
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