Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test with Weeks Indicator – 2 Pack
Why Women Depend On Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Tests For A Life-Changing Answer
If you suspect you’re pregnant, you’re probably looking for a product that will give you an accurate result. Don’t look any further than the Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test with Weeks Indicator. It’s just as precise as the ultrasound scan to determine how many weeks along you are.
Clearblue’s Smart Dual sensor will let you know first if you’re pregnant or not, and then it lets you know how many weeks you’ve been pregnant.
This pack contains 2 x Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Tests.
Why Should You Use Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test
- It’s a one-step test
- The results are clear, showing either “Pregnant” or “Not Pregnant”
- It’s 99% accurate from the first day you missed your period
- It’s the most doctor-recommended brand
- It can be used within four days before you miss your period
How to interpret your results:
Your doctor will calculate your stage of pregnancy based on the first day of your last period. The Conception Indicator tells you how many weeks ago you conceived. Conception occurs approximately 2 weeks before your next period is due.
The majority of women suspect they may be pregnant if they miss their period. However, later tell-tale pregnancy signs include excessive tiredness, breast swelling and morning sickness (which can happen any time of the day or night).
A pregnancy test was designed to detect the amount of human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (hCG) hormone, which the body produces typically a week after conception and is found in urine. All of Clearblue pregnancy tests are designed to detect hCG in the urine. There are 99% accurate in lab tests when they’re used on the day women missed their period. Some tests are sensitive, which means they can be used four days before the period is supposed to start.
It doesn’t matter if you’re trying to get pregnant or not, the moment you miss your period, you want immediate results. Clearblue is the leader in giving you precise, quick results that are 99% reliable and an alternative to a doctor visit.
How Can You Use A Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test?
When you’re ready to know – definitively – if you’re pregnant, just remove the test stick from the package. Take the cap off. You want the tip to point downwards, keeping the Absorbent Sampler in the urine stream for five seconds. You can also collect your urine in a cup and place the Absorbent Sampler in the urine for 20 seconds.
This activates the test, and you’ll get a blinking “Wait” symbol in the Display. This lets you know the test is working. After three minutes, the symbol will quit blinking, and you’ll have your results. The Display shows the result – “Pregnant” or “Not Pregnant,” which remain there for 24 hours.
How Does The Test Work?
When you’re pregnant, the body immediately begins generating hCG, which doubles every two to three days and hits it maximum by seven to 12 weeks. It stays at high levels for the whole pregnancy and up to three weeks after birth. In cases where a woman miscarries or has an abortion, the hCG levels stay above normal.
Clearblue Digital Pregnancy is designed to test for this hormone in the urine. It can be used up to four days before you miss your period. The optical reader of the Test Stick will let you know if you’re pregnant or not.
When Can The Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test Be Used?
You can use this test up to four days before your period is set to start. If you take the test before your period and get the “Not Pregnant” result, you could still be pregnant. Your hCG levels may not be high enough for the test to detect the pregnancy. Wait to take another test after your period is to start.
Clearblue Digital Pregnancy tests can be used any time of the day. The best time is when you pee for the first time upon waking up.
Are There Any Differences Between Doctor Tests and Home Tests?
The majority of clinics and doctors use a home pregnancy test to administer their pregnancy tests. Some doctors prefer to do a blood test, which isn’t much difference than a urine test. Both tests determine how much hCG is in the body.
What To Do With Your Results?
If you get a positive test result, you should contact your doctor right away about your options, the steps to take next and what precautions you need to take. If the test comes back negative, but you believe you could be pregnant, consider getting a second home pregnancy test and try again in a week. If you take the test early, a false negative could be what you get. Your body needs to generate more hCG hormone for the test to detect the pregnancy.
What Will Affect The Test Results?
Yes, there are some medicines that will generate a false positive on a pregnancy test, but alcohol, oral contraceptives, painkillers and antibiotics are not the likely culprits. If you’re not sure about the test’s results or you still haven’t seen a period, it’s time to talk to your doctor.