What are some home remedies to find out if you are pregnant
There are no home remedies to find out you are pregnant besides buying a home pregnancy test. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-some-home-remedies-to-find-out-if-you-are-pregnant ]
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- Are there any at home remedies to find out if youre pregnant??
- Get your boyfriend to buy it..or if you have an older sister/brother or friend who drives, get them to carry you to the store to get one, they aren't that expensive.
- Are there any home remedies 2 find out if im pregnant besides buy...?
- There are not any ways other than taking a home pregnancy test or doing a urine or blood test with a doctor. A pregnancy test detects the pregnancy hormone HCG (Human Chorionic Ganadotropin). HCG occurs only during pregnancy, and so if the ...
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