This New Crib Ad from IKEA Actually Doubles as a Pregnancy Test — Like, for Real

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If you’ve ever bought a desk or a bed frame from IKEA, you know you’re in for a night of swearing and sweating when it’s time to assemble that baby. But you suffer through, because their furniture is funky, fresh, and fun. However, it looks like IKEA has finally decided they’re sick of being known as the company whose furniture everyone loves to hate putting together. So instead, they’re changing the conversation … in the weirdest way possible.

The Swedish brand is promoting their new Sundvik crib with an ad that asks women to PEE on it. YEP. YOU READ THAT RIGHT. IKEA wants to C-U-P … on their magazine ad. Technically, it’s for a pretty interesting reason, but still. It’s weird, man.

The revolutionary ad, as reported by Mashable, is made with a test strip on the page that uses the same technology as — you guessed it — pregnancy tests! Tear the page out, take the page into the bathroom (pretty please) and pee on it to find out if you’re pregnant. If you are, the ad will reveal a red sales price of $495 for the crib, under the original price of $995.

Okay, IKEA. I get it. It’s actually really brilliant. But what about all of the poor sales cashiers who are about to be processing hundreds, maybe even thousands, of urine-soaked crib coupons? Did anyone think about them?

Cashier: “I see you went with the fuzzy magenta pillows and a set of 12 lime green rubber forks. Oh, and the Sundvik crib. Nice choice. Will that be all today?”

Customer: “Yes. OH AND, I have a coupon for the crib.”

Cashier (*gently weeps): “Oh wonderful. Let me just throw on my Hazmat suit for the sixth time today so I can process your piece of paper covered in pee.”


While the ad is sure to catch the eye of shoppers and prospective parents, how many of us would really feel comfortable handing over a piece of paper with our waz on it to a total stranger? And what’s next? A toilet paper ad that you have to wipe with just to reveal a $5 OFF coupon? Yeah, no thanks.

IKEA, you definitely get two points for creativity on this one, but I think I’ll pass on your pee ad and stick to finding out if I’m pregnant the old-fashioned way.

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5 DPO: Early symptoms and when to take a pregnancy test

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    A pregnancy test can detect pregnancy before a woman misses her period, but some may notice symptoms even earlier than this.

    The first sign of pregnancy is often a missed period, which happens around 15 days past ovulation (DPO). Some women may notice symptoms as early as 5 DPO, although they won’t know for certain that they are pregnant until much later.

    Early signs and symptoms include implantation bleeding or cramps, which can occur 5–6 days after the sperm fertilizes the egg. Other early symptoms include breast tenderness and mood changes.

    In this article, we look at the early signs and symptoms of pregnancy and discuss how soon women can get an accurate reading from a pregnancy test.

    Can you experience pregnancy symptoms at 5 DPO?

    Woman at 5 dpo with cramps
    Implantation cramps are an early sign of pregnancy.

    Women who are trying to conceive are often particularly sensitive to what is happening with their bodies as they are looking for symptoms of pregnancy.

    Some women share anecdotes about their pregnancy symptoms as early as 4–5 DPO, while others report not noticing any changes to their body until much later.

    Although signs are possible this early on, they are unlikely to appear this soon in the majority of people. Many of the early symptoms, such as breast tenderness or fatigue, are instead linked to hormonal changes during ovulation or menstruation.

    Implantation may already have taken place at 5 DPO, or it may be about to happen soon. As a result, depending on the time of conception, it is possible for women to feel some symptoms of pregnancy this early on.

    Pregnancy tests are not accurate at 5 DPO, but some women later find that their early symptoms were indeed due to pregnancy.

    What is happening in the womb at 5 DPO?

    At 5 DPO, if the sperm has reached and fertilized the egg, the cells within the newly formed zygote begin multiplying to create a lump of cells called a blastocyst.

    These cells continue to multiply as the blastocyst makes its way down the fallopian tubes and into the uterus.

    When the blastocyst reaches the uterine wall, it attaches itself to get access to nutrients through the blood. At 5 DPO, the blastocyst may either be traveling to the uterine wall or already connected to it.

    If it is attached, the blastocyst has started its journey toward becoming a fetus, and pregnancy is underway.

    Earliest signs of pregnancy

    The specific symptoms of pregnancy vary hugely from woman to woman. There is no “normal,” as each pregnancy is unique.

    However, some of the earliest symptoms that women may notice tend to include the following:

    Implantation cramping and bleeding

    Women may experience cramps very early on in pregnancy. These are due to implantation, which is when the fertilized egg attaches to the lining of the uterus.

    Implantation cramps may occur a few days after ovulation, and many women say that they feel cramps around 5 DPO. These cramps may occur in the lower back, abdomen, or pelvis.

    Around 25 percent of women may notice slight bleeding around the time of implantation. This is called implantation bleeding, and it tends to be lighter in color and flow than a menstrual bleed.

    Raised basal body temperature

    Many women keep track of their basal, or baseline, body temperature while trying to conceive because it changes throughout the menstrual cycle. The temperature increases after ovulation and may stay higher than usual until the period begins.

    A basal body temperature that remains unusually high beyond the typical length of time may indicate pregnancy.

    However, these signs are not unique to pregnancy and can be due to another hormonal or lifestyle factor.

    Other early signs and when they happen

    Lady saying not to a cupcake
    Food aversion may be an early sign of pregnancy.

    According to the National Institutes of Health, other early signs and symptoms of pregnancy may include:

    • Breast tenderness. Hormone fluctuations may cause the breasts to swell, feel tender, and tingle or itch. Women may notice these symptoms as early as 1–2 weeks after conception.
    • Food cravings. Many women find that they have very specific cravings during pregnancy, and these often begin early on.
    • Food aversion. Just as women may crave particular tastes, they can begin to find other flavors repellant. The smell or taste of some foods may make them lose their appetite or feel nauseous.
    • Urinating more frequently. The need to urinate more often is a sign of pregnancy in some women. It may be due to the increased levels of pregnancy hormones in the body, which increase blood flow in the kidneys and pelvic region.
    • Mood swings. Significant mood swings may also be an early sign of pregnancy. Again, these can result from significant changes in hormone levels. Mood swings may begin a few weeks after conception.
    • Morning sickness. Women may experience nausea and vomiting at any time throughout the day and as early as 2 weeks after conception.

    Some women also report feeling dizzy or wobbly early on in pregnancy, often when they get up after lying down. This symptom may be due to changes in the blood vessels carrying oxygen to the brain.

    Some women cannot explain any specific symptoms or changes in their body, but they intuitively feel that something is different.

    They might describe it as not feeling like themselves or feeling as though they are suddenly always a step behind. This may be a sign of fatigue and an indication of hormonal changes.

    When can you accurately test for pregnancy?

    As tempting as it can be to take pregnancy tests early and often, it may not be helpful. At 5 DPO, there is no reliably accurate way to check for pregnancy.

    Most tests check for a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), which the placenta makes. This hormone starts building up in the body after implantation.

    While implantation may occur early on in some women’s menstrual cycles, it does take time for the hormone to build up to a level in the blood that will make it detectable in a blood or urine test.

    According to the American Pregnancy Association, blood tests for hCG levels should be accurate 11 days after conception, while it would be best to wait 12–14 days before taking a urine test.

    Taking a pregnancy test too early may give inaccurate results. It is possible that a pregnant woman could still get a negative result if the level of hCG has not yet built up in her body.

    A false positive is also possible, which is a positive result on a pregnancy test when the woman is not pregnant. This can happen when a woman performs the test incorrectly, has a chemical pregnancy, or is taking certain hormonal medications as part of fertility treatment.


    When a woman thinks that she might be pregnant, she may wish to note any signs and symptoms and discuss them with a doctor. It will only be a few more days until the level of the pregnancy hormone hCG in the blood or urine is sufficient to allow an accurate reading on a pregnancy test.


    Anti Radiation Maternity Clothes Market will experience a noticeable growth during the forecast period 2018 – 2026: Research Corridor

    Anti Radiation Maternity Clothes Market: Global Industry Trends, Market Size, Competitive Analysis and Forecast – 2018 – 2026”, this study is recently published by Research Corridor covering global market size for Anti Radiation Maternity Clothes market for the key segments and further cross-regional segmentation of these segments for the period 2018 to 2026.

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    Mum slams Asda’s ‘sexist, patronising and useless’ letter after pregnancy test blunder

    A mum who complained to Asda after three pregnancy tests gave false positive results got a voucher – with a letter suggesting she ‘treat herself to some flowers’.

    The M.E.N. reported last week how Rebecca Barratt, 31, was left furious after the store’s own-brand digital devices gave her the wrong result.

    And – after discovering online that other women had experienced similar problems, complaining to the store and then waiting four months for a refund – she contacted the M.E.N.

    The story did prompt Asda to get back in touch with Rebecca – but it wasn’t the letter she had hoped for.

    Rebecca, from Hyde, said: “After waiting for almost four months for a refund, I received an Asda gift card for £20 with a suggestion that I use it to ‘buy myself some flowers’.

    “This is sexist, patronising and utterly useless. I have no intention of ever shopping with Asda again after the way that they have handled this situation.”

    The letter she received from Asda

    Designer Rebecca’s Asda ordeal began in November when she took the store’s £9.50 digital test – which comes with a promise of 99 per cent accuracy – when her period was late. Receiving a positive result, Rebecca double checked with a First Response test, which came back negative. Left unsure, Rebecca was referred to the early pregnancy unit at Tameside Hospital where a blood test showed her hCG levels – a hormone that spikes during pregnancy – to be very low, meaning she couldn’t be pregnant.

    When Rebecca’s period still hadn’t arrived a week later, she did another Asda test, which came back positive. A follow-up Clear Blue test was negative.

    Just to make sure, she carried out a third Asda test the following day, and again it was positive.

    Concerned the hospital may have got it wrong, she returned to the unit, where a blood test and scan confirmed she was not – and never had been – pregnant.

    The Asda pregnancy test which Rebecca says she used

    Rebecca complained to Asda and waited weeks for a response, which came in a letter denying any fault and

    suggesting ‘the health of the user and the way the kits are used’ could impact the result.

    Asda have now promised to investigate further.

    An Asda spokeswoman said: “We’re truly sorry for this situation and understand how upsetting it will have been.

    “We want our customers to trust our products and we are currently investigating with our supplier to find out what happened.

    “We are keeping Rebecca updated with our progress and have provided a full refund and gesture of goodwill to apologise.”


    Doctor sees tiny baby ‘swimming’ in amniotic sac after ectopic pregnancy

    In 1970, Fordham law professor Robert M. Byrn detailed his objections to abortion in a case published in the Notre Dame Law Review. Byrn, a criminal law specialist, gave explicit details of the abortion procedure in this article and also filed an unsuccessful challenge to New York’s state abortion law. Byrn wrote of the preborn baby, in part, saying, “The fetus at eight weeks has a pumping heart with fully deployed blood vessels and has all other internal organs. The face is completely formed, and the arms, legs, hands, feet, toes and fingers are partially formed. The fetus will react to tickling of the mouth or nose, and there is readable electrical activity coming from the brain.”

    Byrn then shared some haunting statements from physician Paul E. Rockwell, M.D., Director of Anesthesiology at Leonard Hospital in Troy, New York, who said, “Photographs of the fetus around the eighth week present an unmistakable human baby with rather blunt features and extremities.  However, such pictures invariably have been taken after the death of the fetus following an abortion,” adding, “It is death which superimposes the bluntness of appearance.”

    Image: Robert M Byrn challenges NY abortion (Image credit: NYT 12/4/1971)

    Robert M Byrn challenges NY abortion (Image credit: NYT 12/4/1971)

    Rockwell went on to describe his experience seeing a child yet living after treating a woman for an ectopic pregnancy at two months:

    Eleven years ago while giving an anesthetic for a ruptured ectopic pregnancy (at two months gestation) I was handed what I believe was the smallest living human being ever seen. The embryo sac was intact and transparent. Within the sac was a tiny (approx. 1 cm.) human male swimming extremely vigorously in the amniotic fluid, while attached to the wall by the umbilical cord. This tiny human was perfectly developed, with long, tapering fingers, feet and toes. It was almost transparent, as regards the skin, and the delicate arteries and veins were prominent to the ends of the fingers.

    The baby was extremely alive and swam about the sac approximately one time per second, with a natural swimmer’s stroke. This tiny human did not look at all like the photos and drawings and models of “embryos” which I have seen, nor did it look like a few embryos I have been able to observe since then, obviously because this one was alive!

    …When the sac was opened, the tiny human immediately lost its life and took on the appearance of what is accepted as the appearance of an embryo at this age.

    It is my opinion that if the lawmakers and people realized that very vigorous life is present, it is possible that abortion would be found much more objectionable than euthanasia.

    Rockwell went on to describe gruesome abortion procedures being used at that time, including the saline abortion (see Baby Choice) and hysterotomy abortion, as shown in this 1981 Hayes Publishing pro-life brochure (graphic image warning).

    Live Action News has previously described gruesome experiments on living abortion survivors, dating back to the 1930s. University of Pittsburgh anatomist Davenport Hooker conducted research on children who survived surgical abortion by hysterotomy and, in 1952, he assembled his footage into a silent educational film called “Early Fetal Human Activity.” The film showed the muscle activity of six fetuses ranging from 8 1/2 to 14 weeks.” Video from that film can be viewed below (warning: Images may be disturbing to some)…

    Byrn also quoted Dr. H. P. Dunn, of the Royal College of Surgeons and Royal College of Gynaecologists and Obstetricians regarding one of the abortion methods used:

    “… to dilate the entrance to the womb, then insert a large forceps and drag out the baby and the afterbirth. This is not as easy as it sounds. The surgeon must work by touch alone. He gives a tug – a tiny arm comes away; then other fragments of the body. The head is always difficult; the skull gets crushed; the eyeballs protrude. All the time the bleeding is profuse. When the abortion has been completed,” writes Dr. Dunn.

    “The problem of the disposal of the remains has to be faced by the nursing staff. Incineration is the favored method. So ends the life of another human being – thrown out with a mess of blood clots and dirty swabs, unwanted, unremembered.”

    Byrn quoted Dunn on another abortion procedure:

    “The woman has a general anesthetic, an abdominal incision, the womb is incised from top to bottom and the baby lifted out. It makes some weak movement of its arms and legs, and tries to breathe. Sometimes it manages a pathetic cry like a kitten; then after a few minutes it dies an asphyxial death and lies coldly in a stainless steel bowl.”

    The third method is the most “scientific,” added Byrn, describing the horrific saline abortion method, which actually burns off the baby’s skin:

    “A large needle,” Dr. Dunn tells us, “is inserted through the abdomen into the womb and a strong solution of salt or glucose is injected. The baby can be felt to make a few convulsive movements, and within a few minutes it dies. In about twenty-four hours labor starts and the already disintegrating baby is delivered.”

    “Abortion is a brutal and violent procedure, which is fundamentally repugnant to the philosophy of medical practice,” Byrn stated.

    Byrn later called the infamous Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide “the worst tradition of a tragic judicial aberration that periodically wounds American jurisprudence and, in the process, irreparably harms untold numbers of human beings.”

    “Three generations of Americans have witnessed decisions by the United States Supreme Court which explicitly degrade fellow human beings to something less in law than “persons in the whole sense,” he said. “Are not three generations of error enough?”

    5 Ways to Find Trendy Affordable Maternity Clothes

    Finding out you are expecting is one of the most exciting moments in your life, but finding maternity clothes is not. Here are 5 ways to find trendy affordable maternity clothes.

    The cost of raising a child continues to rise. In 2017, it was estimated that it will to raise a child from birth to age seventeen. If you’re pregnant or expecting to be soon, you’re likely focused on plans that will allow you to meet these financial needs.

    You may be thinking about daycare, diapers, and all that fancy, high-tech baby gear. These things add up. You don’t want the additional worry of where to find trendy affordable maternity clothes.

    Dressing Fashionably Throughout Your Pregnancy – It’s Possible

    With the focus on fashion bloggers, mommy bloggers, and well-dressed celebrity moms, we understand the desire to look and feel fantastic throughout your pregnancy. Plus, your sense of style is such a personal thing. It’s what helps you feel attractive and confident.

    Being able to dress the way you want and feel comfortable is especially important during pregnancy. It may sometimes seem like you have no control or insight into your own body. Dressing in a way that makes you feel amazing can make a world of difference in how you feel overall during your pregnancy.

    Wondering how and where to buy trendy, affordable maternity clothes that will help you maintain your personal sense of style? We understand, and we can help! We want you to be able to focus on other things, like buying adorable outfits for your new baby.

    So we’ve put together 5 simple tips on where to buy maternity dresses, shirts, and more without breaking the bank.

    1. Shop Your Closet

    Before you start looking for new clothes, take inventory of what you already have.

    First asses your dresses. Have body-skimming dresses that you don’t always feel comfortable in? Now is the time to really take advantage of these pieces to show off your beautiful growing bump.

    You’ll probably find you have at least one looser, flowy dress that can accommodate a growing bump. If you find your dresses are getting too short as the bump grows, you can pair them with leggings if you like that style.

    Speaking of leggings, you can get a lot of use out of these and yoga pants, especially in your first trimester. Pair with tees and long cardigans – depending on the season – in fun colors for cute, comfortable weekend and errand outfits. Roll down high-waisted leggings and yoga pants as the bump grows to stay cool and comfortable.

    Remember the tee, legging and cardigan combo, as it can be helpful in , too.

    When taking stock of your tops, keep in mind that like dresses, flowy, looser pieces may be worn further into your pregnancy than you may think. Consider layering with camisoles and tanks if necklines feel too low or hemlines feel too high. If you’re pregnant during cooler months, you can take advantage of cardigans, blazers, and other open-style layers throughout your pregnancy.

    2. Shop Your Friends’ and Family’s Closets

    Do you have a sister, cousin, friend, or colleague who was recently pregnant? They may have some maternity style clothing that you can borrow.

    The great thing about swapping maternity clothes is that you and your friend or sister don’t really have to be the same size in regular clothing. What a taller person wore during their second trimester can work for a shorter woman during the final weeks of her pregnancy.

    Take what is offered and try items on at different stages in your pregnancy. You may be surprised at what can fit and look great at 6 months pregnant versus 3 months pregnant.

    If you have a group of girlfriends who are at different stages of pregnancy now, or who may be pregnant at different times over the next few years, consider starting a group inventory of maternity clothing. You can hand off things as they no longer work for you and see what’s available for you to take off someone else’s hands. Keep these clothes within the group so you can all share if some of you experience additional pregnancies over the years.

    3. Shop Local Facebook Groups

    We know that buying clothing from a stranger in your town isn’t the same as buying a dresser you’re going to refurbish, but hear us out on this. Even if a pregnant woman is working with a small collection of clothing throughout her pregnancy, she’s probably taking great care of her items. And because a pregnant woman’s body changes so much and so quickly, nobody is really wearing items so often that they fall apart.

    Join local mom and mom-to-be groups on Facebook, as well as groups that focus on swapping and buying pre-owned items. Browse daily if you can, so you don’t miss out on great offers.

    Some women post entire wardrobes of pregnancy clothing in one shot. You can pick up several items at once for an amazing price. You may even be able to snag an item or two from more upscale brands.

    When it comes to picking up and paying for your goods, remember to be safe. Familiarize yourself with the rules of the group, meet in a public place during the day, and take someone with you. And, if you want to pay it forward, post well-cared-for items back in the sale group once you’re through with them.

    4. Ready to Buy New, Trendy Affordable Maternity Clothes? Start with the Basics

    So, you’ve exhausted all the options that kept you away from the mall and you’re ready to buy some new pieces. We have some great tips to help you stay on budget.

    Don’t go searching for that perfect body-con dress in a trendy pattern just yet. Remember, items like that may not fit or be comfortable for long enough to be worth the splurge. Start with basic wardrobe staples.

    Focus on items like solid color tees, blouses, cardigans, and easy dresses. Invest in one or two maternity work slacks or jeans, depending on what your lifestyle requires. Look for shapes and fits that you can wear throughout your pregnancy and even after.

    Post-baby you can tie loose and bigger tops with cute knots for a better fit. Keep this in mind as you shop. You can even stray from the solid, basic rule if you find a fun shirt you think you’ll wear long after baby, like the trendy graphic tees sold by .

    Once you have your new basics, start experimenting with your outfit choices. Mix, match, and layer. Revisit your options when you have time, so you can avoid the morning panic of feeling you have no idea what to wear that will fit and make you feel good.

    Repeat pieces as often as needed – we promise only you will notice if you wear the same dress or top twice in one week.

    Add your favorite accessories for final touches. Silk scarves, statement necklaces, and of course incredible shoes can all make a huge impact on an otherwise plain outfit. Bonus? Your accessories will always fit perfectly.

    5. Shop at the Right Places

    If you’re looking for great basics as mentioned above, there are several stores that offer the high-quality but affordable staple wardrobe pieces you want. Some of our favorites include Old Navy, H&M, and Target.

    These stores carry a decent range of standard sizes if you want to try stick to clothing that can be worn post-baby, but they also have affordable maternity lines. You can even shop these stores online. If shopping online is your thing, there are other fun options for you, too.

    The market for online maternity shopping is growing, and online retailers are striving to meet the demand for trendy, yet inexpensive maternity clothes. Zulily is an example of an online discount site with deals on fashionable maternity clothes. Asos is another fashion-forward online retailer with an impressive .

    Sign up for emails from retailers like these and be the first to know about special sales and coupon offers. These retailers are especially popular among moms-to-be who are looking for dresses for their maternity photo shoot, baby shower, or a special event like a wedding.

    Don’t forget about your favorite discount department stores, either. Retailers like TJ Maxx, Ross, Kohl’s, and Marshall’s typically have a small selection of maternity clothes. These are great places to go for fashion-forward pieces and steals on higher-end brand names.

    Shine and Thrive Throughout Your Pregnancy and Beyond

    Feeling comfortable in your clothing and in your body during your pregnancy is just the start. In addition to finding trendy affordable maternity clothes, there are other things you can do to make your pregnancy and motherhood as enjoyable as possible. Luckily, we are here to help with a wealth of valuable tips and advice.

    Browse our blog for insightful articles on everything from food and wellness to education and travel. Whether you’re looking for the best way to in between soccer practices and work, or you’re on the hunt for , you can find it here.

    Pregnancy and parenting can be tough. We hope to help you find balance and joy in all the wonderful chaos.

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