The Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test with Conception Indicator is the first and only test that is as accurate as an ultrasound scan at dating pregnancy. Its Smart Dual Sensor ™ not only tells you in words if you're 'Pregnant' or 'Not Pregnant', also tells you how far along you are. Most accurate reading in early pregnancy more women get a correct reading with Clearblue digital pregnancy testing than any other pregnancy test. Double confirmation of results within 3 minutes the unique smart dual sensor gives - A clear pregnant/not pregnant result, - if you're pregnant, it indicates number of weeks pregnant.
Question and answers
How does Clearblue Digital pregnancy test work?
When you are pregnant your body produces the pregnancy hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotrophin). The amount of hCG in your body increases in the early stages of pregnancy. Clearblue can detect tiny amounts of this hormone in your urine. (The sensitivity of this test is 25mlU/ml).Based on the level of hCG in your urine, the Clearblue conception indicator provides an estimate of when you conceived.
How accurate is Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test in deleting pregnancy?
In laboratory tests Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Tests is more than 99% accurate in detecting whether or not you are pregnant, when used from the day your period is due. If you test before your period is due and get a 'not pregnant' result, there is still a chance you may be pregnant.
How accurate is the Clearblue conception indicator?
The conception indicator is 92% accurate at detecting when you conceived. The estimate is based on the level of hCG in your urine. The level of hCG varies from women to women, and it is therefore possible that the conception indicator might occasionally give misleading results. The accuracy of the 'pregnant'/'not pregnant' result is over 99% accurate when testing from the day the period is due.
If you are testing more than 6 weeks after conception the conception indicator may give unexpected results. This is because the level of hCG in the urine is too high for the test to provide an accurate estimate of the time since conception.