USB Pregnancy Test Kit

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USB Pregnancy Test Kit It has become really easy to find out, if you are pregnant or not – and you don’t even need to visit a doctor. Regular pregnancy tests you could earlier find in drugstores are no more actual, as there’s something much more interesting, something hi-tech – USB pregnancy test kit. Just do the same procedures as you do with the regular pregnancy test, but with an exception: the stick goes into a USB port. Sounds like somebody’s fantasy? No, it’s reality!

As already said, you should start as you do with most pregnancy tests. Pee on an absorbent test stick at one end. Then remove the cap from the other stick end, where you’ll find the USB connector, and pop it in your computer. The power from the USB port starts the electrospray ionization process on the device and creates a spectrograph of you urine. It analyzes your hormone levels inside the device: hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin), hCG-H (hyperglycosylated hCG, which is needed for detection before your first missed period), and LH (luteinizing hormone, which is necessary to detect your most fertile days).

So, if you’re not pregnant, you can find out the best days for the conception. And if you’re afraid you can be pregnant, the device should tell you, if you are, with 99% accuracy. The USB pregnancy test kit comes with 20 test strips. It costs about $18 and is already available.

When you’re done with the test results, pop the test out of the computer and change the strip. You will be able to review the results for more 5 minutes.

USB Pregnancy Test Kit

Please, note, that this gadget doesn’t necessarily detect pregnancy or ovulation, as your hormone levels can be influenced by other factors. Anyway, the idea is great!

I also want to tell you I need to say sorry for being so late with this information, as the gadget already existed about half a year ago. I found it only recently and thought, you would be interested, too. Finally, I can’t be the only one, who didn’t know about it!

3 COMMENTS

  1. You know this was an April Fool’s joke by ThinkGeek, right? Please tell me you know this isn’t real. Pretty please.

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