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Modern tests[ edit ] At the beginning of the s, Hillel Shapiro and Harry Zwarenstein, who were researchers at the University of Cape Town, discovered that if urine from a pregnant female was injected into the South African Xenopus toad and the toad ovulated, this indicated that the woman was pregnant. This test was used throughout the world from the s to s, with Xenopus toads being exported live in great numbers. EPF can be detected in blood within 48 hours of fertilization. Most chemical tests for pregnancy look for the presence of the beta subunit of human chorionic gonadotropin hCG in the blood or urine. Most home pregnancy tests are based on lateral-flow technology.
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I had no idea you could notice differences in your body so early on. Love the comparison of the pregnancy tests — very cool! Reply 2 bex February 27, at 3:
What are the symptoms and signs of ovulation? You probably learned way back in health class that ovulation is the phase in your menstrual cycle when a mature egg is released from the ovary, setting the stage for fertilization. Each woman is born with millions of immature eggs that wait to be released, normally one at a time, every month. During ovulation the egg travels down the fallopian tube, where it may meet up with a sperm and become fertilized.