Have you had a positive pregnancy test gentlemen?

If its so effective? Why is it not routine?
Because at the moment it sounds as though the evidence is anecdotal, even if there's a lot of it. In order to be accepted as a test that could be sold or provided on the NHS it would need to go through a proper randomised control trial to check its effectiveness and that if there are false positives or negatives the reasons behind them are understood and countered where possible.

It sounds convoluted but better than people having un-necessary and possibly invasive interventions, ie having a testicle removed, or falsely being given an all clear

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