For anyone who needs to take a pregnancy test discreetly, Lia is here for you. The first flushable pregnancy test, which was created back in 2015 by two UPenn grad students, has now been cleared by the FDA for over-the-counter sales.
Joining the ranks of fellow reality TV stars Kendra Wilkinson and Melissa Rycroft, Jessica Simpson is ClearBlue's latest celebrity paid to promote pregnancy tests.
Are you a woman who is thinking about becoming a parent? Are you marginally famous? Congratulations, because ClearBlue will pay you to tweet a picture of your positive pregnancy test declaring that you are with child to the world.
Will the wonders of the Internet never cease to amaze and disgust us? In this week's episode of Bizarre Shit You Buy on Craigslist, some industrious women are selling their positive pregnancy tests to other people online.
A bar in Mankato, Minn. called Pub 500 has installed a pregnancy test dispenser in the women's bathroom, and, a little surprisingly, only a few feathers have been ruffled so far. Most patrons that the New York Times' Motherlode blog spoke to think that, in the words of one local, installing pregnancy test vending…
Oversharing is, at this point, routine on the internet. It seemed that we'd seen it all before—because people had shown it all. But Slate has picked up on a new trend in TMI-ness they've dubbed "WombTube" in which women vlog the results of their home pregnancy tests, sharing their news with world wide web well before…
Understandably, parents are eager to memorialize pregnancy and the birth of their child (well, the nicer parts of them, anyway). Sometimes it's done informally by parents or relatives. And sometimes its done by the manufacturers of the test itself.