Rabbit test

What is Rabbit test?

The rabbit test, or "Friedman test", was an early pregnancy test in 1931 . The rabbit test consisted of injecting the tested woman's urine into a female rabbit, then examining the rabbit's ovaries a few days later, which would change in response to a hormone only secreted by pregnant women.

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can i be pregnant. i am 17 had regular cycles every 25 days. my last normal one was July 18. on the 15 of Aug i only spotted for 3 day now it is...

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Thanks for writing to us.

The chances of your being pregnant are high.

Mild spotting can happen on your expected date of periods even if you...

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Doctor, i am on day 28 in my cycle. i took a home pregnancy urine test this morning and the result turned out to be negative. Is there chances of...

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Hi do the test after a missed period. In case you get a negative result after a missed period repeat after one week. The test detects Beta HCG...

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Hi, my last period was on Monday November 21 2011. Based on a 28 day cycle, I would be 19 days late now. The most my cycle is 33 days, so about 14...

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Thank you for posting your query.

I understand your concern.

You have mentioned that you have already tested for pregnancy, but still this...

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