There’s a new form of pregnancy testing that comes with a new label: dizziness.
It’s not new, but it’s getting a lot of attention.
The National Pregnancy Advisory Service said in a statement that its new testing program is designed to provide accurate information to pregnant women and help them avoid being confused.
“In some instances, pregnant women may feel dizzy and confused during the testing process,” the statement said.
“This confusion is likely due to the fact that a pregnancy test is an accurate indicator of a pregnancy.
This information can help a woman understand what to expect during her pregnancy and make better decisions.”
Pregnancy testing has been available for about a year now, but the brand new tests are still only available through a handful of companies.
The only place where it’s not available is at clinics, where doctors often use them as part of their screening protocols.
The USPSTF, which has worked with the companies to test for fake pregnancy tests, says there are a few things to remember.
While they can give accurate results, the tests can be misleading.
“Pregnancy tests are a tool used by health professionals to help guide women and their partners through a range of health and reproductive decisions,” the NPAS statement said, adding that the tests are meant to be used as a “last resort.”
“The Pregnancy Test is designed as a first-line pregnancy test to help prevent and correct false pregnancy results.”
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) says it is working with providers and the USPAS to improve the quality of testing.ACOG also says that a few states have passed new laws to help patients understand what’s being tested for.