CES 2016 debuted the first bluetooth Pregnancy Pro test by First Response, the next generation of teched-up pregnancy tests. Part of a wider trend to technologically connect health-related concerns, the Pregnancy Pro test comes with the Pregnancy Pro mobile app you have to download on your iOS or Android powered smartphone.
If you are in the demographic First Response’s bluetooth Pregnancy Pro test is addressed to, that is. The Pregnancy Pro test will soon hit approved locations and will be available for 15 to 20 dollars. The device looks like a classic pregnancy test, minus the conventional symbols that usually pop up.
Its thermometer-like display will indicate that the device is ready to be connected via bluetooth with your smartphone and Pregnancy Pro mobile app. While setting up the mobile app, a few questions need to be answered. This step is necessary to personalize your experience. For instance, one of the questions concerns your wish to get pregnant. If you answer yes and the result of the pregnancy test is negative, the mobile app will guide you to future steps to improve pregnancy chances.
Thus, the Pregnancy Pro test goes beyond the confines of a yes/no approach. Once the test is taken, the three-minute waiting period still needs to happen. Scientific evidence suggests the waiting period is a really stressful time. So while the Pregnancy Pro mobile app counts down the remaining time, it also keeps you distracted. You can choose your own way of distraction from the three available options: calm me, educate me, and entertain me.
CES 2016 debuted the first bluetooth Pregnancy Pro test by First Response. Some might find it a useful device, while for others it may seem like a futile exercise in connecting pregnancy tests with bluetooth technology. The main idea is that First Response’s Pregnancy Pro test is not just a pregnancy test. It is a personalized experience for each of the users, full of informative materials and educational content.
Now, once the countdown reaches the final second of the waiting period, you need to input a security code inscribed on the testing stick. This ensures privacy of the results. In addition, the results are not stored or sent to the cloud. Depending on the result of the test, the Pregnancy Pro mobile app will offer different sets of information which is seemingly quite useful.
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