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15 x Ultra Early - 10mIU Wide Width Pregnancy Test Strips (tests up to 6 days earlier)
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One Step® 30 x Highly Sensitive 10mIU Pregnancy Test Strips (tests up to 6 days earlier)
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CASSANOVUM Early Detection Pregnancy Test - 10mIU/ml sensitive ULTRA WIDE 5mm (25 Strip Tests)
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  • In this pack there are 25 Test Strips, sensitivity HIGH of 10mIU/ml
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One Step 25 x Highly Sensitive 10mIU Pregnancy Test Strips (tests up to 6 days earlier)
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5 x Ultra Early - 10mIU Wide Width Pregnancy Test Strips (tests up to 6 days earlier)
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5 x Ultra Early - 10mIU Wide Width Pregnancy Test Strips (tests up to 6 days earlier) by Home Health UK Ltd

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Why I'll Never Tweak a Pregnancy Test - Yahoo Parenting

As discouraging as it is to keep chasing that second little line, I wouldn’t play around with photos of my results trying to detect a line unseen by the naked eye. I want a positive pregnancy test with no filters. One that is undeniable. It’s too stressful to get my hopes up on something that isn’t reliably accurate. I can’t even look at those threads most of the time. At the beginning of my cycle I tend to react positively to pregnancy announcements. While I’m feeling more hopeful about trying to conceive Baby No. 3 it’s easier to share in the joy of baby news. Near the end of my cycle I tend to keep scrolling, especially if someone is asking for help to read their pregnancy test. It conjures up too many negative and complex emotions for me. When I’ve taken a series of negative pregnancy tests I have to scale back on social media. It’s a vulnerable time. RELATED: 8 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Someone’s Pregnancy Announcement. I understand the feeling of urgency, that’s why I have trouble waiting longer to take home tests myself. I find it hard enough emotionally to keep trying to conceive month after month without success. Tweaking photos of pregnancy tests is not harmful in and of itself, but it would mess with my head too much. I’d constantly be seeing lines that weren’t really there, looking to others to find my missing line, and overall obsessing. If someone tweaked my results and I saw a ghost of a line, my hopes would shoot through the roof only to be crushed within a few weeks if it wasn’t truly positive. For me, it’s like playing with fire. As it is, I prefer digital readouts so my eyes can’t play tricks on me with the lines. Have you or would you ever tried to alter a pregnancy test picture in search of a hidden line. Share this on Facebook. Source: www.yahoo.com

Giving birth through Costa Rica's public healthcare system - The Tico Times

In honor of Mother’s Day and in hopes of providing useful information to moms and families, The Tico Times is proud to share the first-person accounts of two of our writers who recently gave birth in Costa Rica. Here, managing editor Jill Replogle describes her experience navigating the Caja as a new arrival to the country. When I first heard the term “obstetric violence,” I was a few weeks into my new job as managing editor at The Tico Times, a few more weeks into my new life in Costa Rica and six months pregnant. I was browsing stories in La Nación online and came across one about a woman who had given birth in the bathroom at the Women’s Hospital in San José. The Ombudsman’s Office called it “obstetric violence. The story mentioned another case: that of a woman at the same hospital who said she was forced to expose herself in her incomplete hospital gown to male personnel who didn’t have anything to do with gynecological care. I later Googled the term and found this definition from the women’s rights group May28. Obstetric violence is a specific type of violation of women’s rights, including the rights to equality, freedom from discrimination, information, integrity, health, and reproductive autonomy. It occurs both in public and private medical practice during health care related to pregnancy, childbirth, and post-partum and is a multi-factorial context of institutional and gender violence. At the time, my husband had been pushing for me to have our baby at a public hospital. After all, he said, he had broken his arm on his first trip to Costa Rica fifteen years ago, spent several days at Calderón Guardia (or maybe San Juan de Dios, he can’t remember) and received great treatment. Best of all, he said, it was free. Now, a hefty chunk of my monthly paycheck was going toward my government health insurance, whether I chose to use it or not. Still, I was pushing for something a little more…romantic. My first child was born at a Kaiser hospital in the United States. For the second, I was thinking home birth, with a loving midwife, perhaps a hot tub. I even found a midwives group in Costa Rica that offered just that for a price that was cheap by U. S. standards. Still, my husband reminded me, it was going to cost a lot more than free. I had a few months to decide, so I filed away the obstetric violence stories in the back of my head and got signed up for. Source: www.ticotimes.net

Nantucket's Shark Wrestler has his hands full - Boston Globe

ANTUCKET — The Shark Wrestler hands the bent fishing pole to his girlfriend and races into the knee-deep water. He lunges at the tail of the 7-foot-2-inch sandbar shark, only to have the 200-plus-pounder slither away. On the fifth try, Elliot Sudal grabs the shark’s tail and tugs it toward the beach. His girlfriend, a beauty pageant contestant from Maine, dashes into the water with a tape measure and calls out measurements (the shark’s, not hers). Pictures are taken, and within roughly two minutes, the shark is released and heading toward Portugal. Continue reading below. “I guess you can say I’m an adrenaline junkie,” he says. “This is the most extreme form of surf fishing there is. ”. Sudal, 27, has made quite a splash for himself after a shark-tugging video shot by his cousin on a cellphone on Nantucket two years ago went viral, with more than 2. 8 million hits. He appeared on TV and founded the Nantucket Shark Tagging Club. “It is recreational angling. “We are tagging sharks for NOAA [the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration]. It’s a federally funded tagging program that’s been going on for over 50 years. Today he’s out of tags, but NOAA’s Apex Predator Program has confirmed that he is a voluntary participant in the tagging program, the aim of which is to provide data for the management of large Atlantic sharks. “I’m doing this to test the effectiveness of land-based shark fishing as a research and tagging method,” says Sudal. But Sharon Young, marine issues field director for the Humane Society of the United States, questions his motives and techniques. “The dramatic Instagram photos he’s taking, holding their mouths open and holding them in his arms, with or without the help of his lovely assistant, speak to me more of exhibitionism than they do of conservation,” says Young. The criticism intensified when Sudal’s girlfriend, Marisa Butler, who was Miss Maine National Sweetheart in 2013, joined him last October. “I started getting personal death threats,” says Butler, 21, of Standish, Maine. “People telling me, ‘You should kill yourself,’ or ‘I hope the shark ends up getting a bite out of you,’ things like that, when we’re trying to be out here to protect these sharks. “It’s really sad. They see a picture of me and a fish and assume it’s a hunting pose. People think we’re killing the shark. Catch-and-release. Source: www.bostonglobe.com

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