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How do I do a pregnancy test with s...
How do I do a pregnancy test with salt and what is the Procedure?
▷Are you wondering if you are pregnant or not? Or Are you suspecting to be pregnant due to unprotected sex you had lately? Here is a simple way to check by yourself if you are pregnant or not. It requires only salt. You do not have to visit a doctor or any health personnel. It is as simple and easy as ABC. Salt is considered to be a very clean chemical compound since it is crystalline in nature. This characteristic nature of salt makes it a very good and popular chemical compound for testing if an individual is pregnant or not. Also, its chemical content is highly effective in detecting a hormone known as human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) which is normally found in the urine of pregnant ladies or women. ****Things you would need for the salt pregnancy test: **** ▷1. A transparent glass bowl (you can use any other bowl but most people prefer transparent glass bowl in order to notice clearly and quickly if there is a change in colour or not after the test). ▷2. Salt. ▷3. Urine. ▷3. Stirrer (it can be a spoon, spatula or anything that can be used to stir). ****Procedure **** ▷Remove food reserves from the leaves of a potted plant by keeping it in the dark for 24 hours (example; in a cupboard). ▷Test for the starch to ensure no starch is present. ****Follow the procedure below to test for pregnancy **** ▷1. When you wake up early in the morning, the first thing to do is to go straight for the bowl and urinate into it. Note: only morning urine should be used in order to acquire better results. ▷2. Now add a considerable amount of salt to the urine in the bowl. ▷3. Stir the solution with your stirrer for a few seconds. ▷4. Leave the solution for about ten (10) minutes. ▷5. Now, carefully check and observe if there is a change or not. RESULTS ▷If there is no change to the salt and urine, then you are probably not pregnant (negative). ▷But if the salt in the urine slightly or greatly change or clumps and becomes like a milk cheese, then my dear, you are a hundred per cent (100%) pregnant (positive).
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