What is the ‘Plan B’ pregnancy test hack that has gone viral on TikTok? Doctors advise against this Trend

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TikTok Plan B pregnancy test hack

Doctors are warning TikTok users not to try the ‘Plan B’ hack, which has gone viral on the platform, with some users claiming that a Plan B pill is hidden inside pregnancy tests.

TikTok is home to a bevy of “life hacks,” some of which have been circulating the internet for years. Others are new to the short-form video platform and have just lately achieved traction.

 

These tips can include everything from how to drain spaghetti to how to wear your pants in the shower. Videos showcasing them regularly attract millions of views and likes, with viewers eager to give them a try.

 

Doctors, on the other hand, are warning against following one ‘tip’ that has gone viral on TikTok, especially in 2022. Pregnancy tests, according to some users, contain a Plan B pill (also known as the Morning After Pill).




In TikTok videos, users may be seen ripping open plastic pregnancy tests.

Users may be seen ripping apart plastic pregnancy tests to reveal a little, spherical, pill-like object. In various videos posted to TikTok, some are incorrectly claiming to be a Plan B pill.

The trend has disturbed internet users, and in April, Dr. Karan Raj, a well-known TikTok doctor, issued a caution to those considering it.

 

In a now-viral video, he said, “No, do not swallow the tablets that come with a pregnancy test.” “They’re not a back-up plan or a contraceptive pill in an emergency.” They’re a desiccant tablet that collects and stores moisture to help a pregnancy test last longer. “Similar to the small silica packets that can be found in shoes and bags.”

 

Humans are poisoned by them, and they will not prevent conception. “Do not eat them,” he continued, “and if you do, see a doctor.”

 

Several viral TikTok ‘hacks,’ such as glueing your lips together at night and sipping aloe vera juice, have prompted experts to advise against attempting them.




The trend has disturbed internet users, and in April, Dr. Karan Raj, a well-known TikTok doctor, issued a caution to those considering it.

 

In a now-viral video, he said, “No, do not swallow the tablets that come with a pregnancy test.” “They’re not a back-up plan or a contraceptive pill in an emergency.” They’re a desiccant tablet that collects and stores moisture to help a pregnancy test last longer. “Similar to the small silica packets that can be found in shoes and bags.”

 

Humans are poisoned by them, and they will not prevent conception. “Do not eat them,” he continued, “and if you do, see a doctor.”

 

Several viral TikTok ‘hacks,’ such as glueing your lips together at night and sipping aloe vera juice, have prompted experts to advise against attempting them.

 


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