Human chorionic gonadotropin is a hormone produced by the placenta early in pregnancy.
Results of home pregnancy tests are accurate about 97% of the time.
When a menstrual period is late, a woman may use a home pregnancy test to determine whether she is pregnant.
Home pregnancy tests detect human chorionic gonadotropin (h CG) in urine.
If results are positive, the woman should contact her doctor, who may do another pregnancy test to confirm the results.
One of these tests, called an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), can quickly and easily detect even a low level of human chorionic gonadotropin in urine.
By inspiring people to take the time to ask “are you ok?
” and listen, we can help people struggling with life feel connected long before they think about suicide.
And dating a surfer probably isn’t the best idea, since surfers practically live at the beach.More importantly, how often do we stop to listen to what might come next?Often, ‘all good’ or ‘good thanks’ are easier responses for those answering a question – and those asking.If results are negative but the woman still suspects she is pregnant, she should repeat the home pregnancy test a few days later.The first test may have been done too early (before the next menstrual period is expected to start).