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First Bluetooth-enabled pregnancy tests soon hit market

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There's now an app for that.  That’s if you’re wondering if you are pregnant.  Bluetooth-enabled “First Response Pregnancy PRO” tests hit store shelves nationwide this Monday.  

It works with the First Response app, which provides “step-by-step assurances” and options aimed at reducing stress during the three minutes it takes for results according to the maker.

Pregnancy results will automatically sync to the user’s mobile app.  The app will then provide information based on a person choice such as pregnancy fitness, milestones and even suggested questions to ask the doctor.  

The company’s marketing vice president says, “First Response” wanted to be where millennial mom are: smartphones.  The app is available for Android and Apple devices.  

The Bluetooth-enabled tests retail for between $15 and $22. 

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