The Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test with Conception Indicator:
1. Double confirmation of results: the Smart Dual Sensor ™ not only tells you in words if you’re pregnant or not, but if you are, it also shows you how many weeks pregnant you are.
2. Most accurate reading in early pregnancy.
3. Over 99% accurate from the day your period is due.
4. So sensitive, you can test 4 days early.
5. Easy to use – its unique hour glass confirms it’s working.
6. The brand most recommended by doctors (for UK only).
More certainty with an advanced digital display.
Did you know that 1 in 4 women can misread a traditional pregnancy test result?*
With the Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test there’s no need to interpret the lines. Its advanced digital display tells you in words whether you’re pregnant or not, giving you the most accurate reading in early pregnancy*.
It’s also easy to use with its unique hour glass to show that it is working.
Contents: 2 tests, batteries included.
How to Use:
Read the instructions fully before use.
Important to know:
How early can I test & at what time of day?
Clearblue recommends that you test from the day your period is due, in which case you can test at any time of the day. However, for an accurate Conception Indicator result, you must use the first urine of the day.
The Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test with Conception Indicator can be used up to 4 days before your period is due, in which case you should use the first urine of the day. If you test before your period is due and get a ‘Not Pregnant’ result, there is still a chance that you may be pregnant but that your hormone level is still not high enough for the test to detect. If you test again in 3 days time and get another ‘Not Pregnant’ result and you still haven’t had your period, we recommend you see your doctor.
How accurate is the test?
The accuracy of the “Pregnant/Not Pregnant” result is 99% when testing from the day the period is due.
The Conception Indicator feature is 92% accurate at detecting when you conceived, as the estimate is based on the level of the pregnancy hormone hCG in your urine and this level can vary from woman to woman.
How do I interpret the results?
The Conception Indicator provides an estimate of when you conceived. Your doctor will calculate your stage of pregnancy based on the first day of your last period, not from when you conceived. Conception occurs around 2 weeks after this, depending on your cycle length.
If your test result says:
Not Pregnant: you are not pregnant.
Pregnant 1-2: you are pregnant and you conceived 1-2 weeks ago. Based on a 28-day cycle, your doctor will date your pregnancy at 3-4 weeks.
Pregnant 2-3: you are pregnant and you conceived 2-3 weeks ago. Based on a 28-day
Pregnant 3 : you are pregnant and you conceived more than 3 weeks ago. Based on a 28-day cycle, your doctor will date your pregnancy at more than 5 weeks.