Online retailers mislead on 'egg timer' fertility test

By Samantha Lock
Updated August 22 2023 - 3:37am, first published 3:31am
Misleading information on a home fertility test could influence plans to conceive, researchers warn. (Tracey Nearmy/AAP PHOTOS)
Misleading information on a home fertility test could influence plans to conceive, researchers warn. (Tracey Nearmy/AAP PHOTOS)

Websites selling home fertility tests are making misleading claims about their usefulness and could influence plans to conceive, researchers warn.

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