6 EFFECTIVE AVAILABLE HOME KITS TO TEST IF YOU ARE PREGNANT (MUST READ)

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If you still ruminating whether you're pregnant, these simple at-home pregnancy tests will let you know the truth about what's inside your belly.

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1. Urine in glass jar
For this test, urinate in a dry and clean glass jar. Cover and refrigerate it overnight or for a few hours until it cools down. If you see white foam or small white particles on the surface, you're pregnant. If the particles are at the bottom of the jar, you're not pregnant.

2. Oil
Put a splash of cooking oil in a jar with your urine. If the oil merges into one big drop, you're pregnant. If the oil divides into small drops, you're not pregnant


3. Sugar 
Put three large tablespoons of sugar in a bowl and pour your urine over it. Dissolved sugar means you're pregnant, and blocks or lumps of sugar means you're not pregnant.

4. Bleach
Carefully place bleach into a container with your urine. If the liquid makes small changes, foams and disappears, you're not pregnant. Your result is positive if the mixture fizzes or creates a foam and stays there for a while. Open your windows while doing this test to allow for air circulation.

5. Vinegar
This is one of the easiest and most common at-home pregnancy tests. Urinate in a jar first thing in the morning and add a tablespoon of vinegar. Let it stand still for 20 minutes. The result is positive if the mixture creates a soapy lather and changes color. It's negative if there's no change in density or color.

6. Toothpaste 
Put some toothpaste on a clean plate and add a few drops of urine. If the paste reacts (such as foaming, bubbling or changing color), you're pregnant. It nothing happens, you're not pregnant.

Patiently pay attention to your body. Many times, pregnancy symptoms are the best test. Visit your doctor if you suspect you're pregnant to get the most accurate results, but if you're dying to know right now, these at-home pregnancy tests can satisfy your curiosity.

@Clinicgists