Home pregnancy tests often detect chemical pregnancies. While most doctors recommend waiting to take a urine pregnancy test until a missed period, some modern options are very sensitive and can detect pregnancy days before this. Urine home pregnancy tests are about 97% accurate. They work by detecting hCG in the urine.
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