Apple Watch Detects Pregnancy In Advance Of Clinical Tests

Apple Watch Detects Pregnancy In Advance Of Clinical Tests

A woman’s pregnancy was apparently detected by an Apple Watch before any official medical testing could confirm it. A Reddit poster claimed that her Apple Watch had alerted her to an abnormality after showing that her resting heart rate had risen sharply over the previous few days.

“My normal heart rate at rest is 57 but it has increased to 72. A 15-day alert showed that it had been slightly higher than normal. After wondering what could be causing this, “She, a 34-year-old woman, took to the site to express her views.

Apple Watch Detects Pregnancy In Advance Of Clinical Tests
Apple Watch Detects Pregnancy In Advance Of Clinical Tests

“The watch had already detected my pregnancy. Since I have never been late for a period, I would never have taken a test without checking the time “Moreover, she remarked.

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The Apple Watch is the best-selling watch in the world and its numerous health-related features have likely prevented hundreds of deaths. Apple’s latest products, the iPhone 14 series and Apple Watch Series 8 and SE were released not too long ago.

Apple Watch Detects Pregnancy In Advance Of Clinical Tests
Apple Watch Detects Pregnancy In Advance Of Clinical Tests

With its large Always-On Retina display and sturdy, crack-resistant front crystal, the Apple Watch Series 8 continues the series’ lauded design. Apple Watch Series 8 introduces temperature sensing capabilities, retrospective ovulation estimates, Crash Detection and international roaming, all while maintaining a long 18-hour battery life and health and safety features like the ECG app and fall detection.

Models running watchOS 9 include the brand-new Medications app, a first-of-its-kind AFib History feature and the Lunar and Metropolitan watch faces both of which are highly customizable.

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