How Early can Clearblue Detect Pregnancy?
The Clearblue pregnancy test is one of the most accurate and sensitive tests on the market. The earliest it can detect the pregnancy hormone – Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) – is six days before your expected period.
It is 99% accurate when used from the day of your expected period. It is also the only test that has a digital readout giving you an unmistakable ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer regarding your pregnancy.
What the Difference between Early Tests and Regular Tests?
The main difference between an early detection pregnancy test and a regular test is the amount of hCG the test can detect.
Early tests, like the Clearblue Early Detection pregnancy test, can detect lower levels of the pregnancy hormone in the urine. So, if you take the test earlier, it can detect pregnancy sooner.
It is important to note that while an early test may detect pregnancy, it is not as accurate as a regular test taken at the time of your expected period or after. The accuracy of a test taken any earlier than six days prior to your expected period is only around 50-75%.
What Should I Do if My Early Test is Positive?
If your results of the Clearblue Early Detection test are positive, confirm it with another regular pregnancy test.
- A positive result on an early test should always be followed up with a regular test.
- Make an appointment with your healthcare provider even if the regular test is negative.
- Consult your healthcare provider at any stage of your pregnancy for regular check-ups.
Advantages of Clearblue
- Easily readable result: Clearblue displays the result as a digital readout with a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer regarding your pregnancy.
- Accurate: Clearblue is 99% accurate when used from the day of your expected period.
- Early Detection: Early detection is possible with the Clearblue test, being able to detect the pregnancy hormone up to 6 days before your expected period.
The Clearblue pregnancy test is one of the most accurate and sensitive tests on the market. It can detect the pregnancy hormone up to 6 days before your expected period and delivers an unmistakable digital readout with a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer regarding your pregnancy. However, an early test result should always be confirmed with a regular test and regular check-ups should be made with a healthcare provider throughout your pregnancy.
Welcome to my fertility blog. This is a space where I will be sharing my experiences as I navigate through the world of fertility treatments, as well as provide information and resources about fertility and pregnancy.