As seen at CES this year First Response has released the first-ever Bluetooth pregnancy test. But just as pregnancy tests are becoming more advanced, Christina Hernandez Sherwood more certain than ever that she would prefer the low-tech variety.
When the subject of pregnancy tests comes up in conversation among my crowd of moms in their late-20s and early-30s, I sometimes let it slip that I purchase mine at the dollar store. My friends give me the side-eye as I stumble through a half-baked explanation about how all pregnancy tests use the same technology anyway and it’s silly to pay so much for them.
While that’s true to some extent, there’s another reason why I swear by dollar-store pregnancy tests. And it’s not one that feels appropriate to trot out in a casual, and usually upbeat, conversation.
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