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2 in 1 - tracks and stores fertility and pregnancy information
The intuitive touch screen monitor shows your fertility status every day. You can record when you have sex and see everything on your personal calendar. It stores and displays up to 6 cycles data and finally you can test for pregnancy to see if you have been successful.
Tracks 2 key hormones – designed to identify all your fertile days
Simple urine tests accurately track your levels of 2 fertility hormones to typically identify up to 6 High and Peak fertile days, so you have more opportunities to get pregnant naturally each cycle.
Proven to increase the chances of getting pregnant naturally by 89%1
In a study, women using the Clearblue Fertility Monitor had a better chance of conceiving than women not using the monitor.
Always read the instructions on the pack and in the booklet carefully before use.
Check that the monitor is suitable for you before purchasing.
Is the Clearblue Advanced Fertility Monitor right for me?
The Clearblue Advanced Fertility Monitor is suitable for women whose cycles normally last between 21 and 42 days. To work out how long your cycle is note the day your period starts (first day of full menstrual flow) as day 1, and then count through to the day before your next period starts. The total number of days is your cycle length.
There are certain medical conditions and medications that can affect your fertility result. You may get misleading results if you:
You are advised to wait until you have had at least 2 natural menstrual cycles in a row (both lasting 21 - 42 days) if you have recently been:
Always read the manufacturer’s instructions for any medication you’re taking before using the Clearblue Advanced Fertility Monitor.
Some medications are contra-indicated in pregnancy. Clearblue recommends that you consult your doctor if you are taking any medication before you try to get pregnant.
If you use the monitor to test for pregnancy there are certain medical conditions and medications that can affect this result – see Pregnancy Testing Questions No:1.
Please Note: There are no products available that can guarantee success in achieving pregnancy. The Clearblue Advanced Fertility Monitor is designed to help you become pregnant and should not be used for contraception. Some medications are contra-indicated in pregnancy and Clearblue recommends that you consult your doctor if you are taking any medication before you start trying to conceive. Couples with medically diagnosed fertility difficulties should consult their doctor before using this product.
Set up monitor and wait for your next menstrual cycle to begin before setting a cycle and your testing window. Your testing window is a 6 hour period in which you will be able to test the first urine of the day.
Always start your cycle with enough fertility tests from the same LOT for at least 10 tests. The LOT can be found on box and the foil pouch.
Only use each test once and never after the expiry date stated.
Only test for fertility when the monitor shows the test day screen (below) and always within your testing window.
You can test for pregnancy once during your testing window on any day of your menstrual cycle.
Step 1: Doing the test
You test in the same way whether you are testing for fertility or pregnancy. Make sure you use the right test. Fertility tests are in purple foil and pregnancy tests are in white foil.
Step 2: Wait for 5 minutes
Step 3: Read your results
Pregnant / Not Pregnant – If you have used the Monitor to test for pregnancy, then your result will look like this. It will be shown on calendar screen.
Refer to full instruction leaflet for further information and what to do next.
|Clearblue Advanced Fertility Monitor||Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test with Dual Hormone Indicator||Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test||Clearblue Pregnancy Planning Kit|
|Key benefit||Proven to increase the chances of conception by 89%1||Tells you your 4 most fertile days2||Digital accuracy: identifies your 2 most fertile days||Pinpoints your 2 most fertile days|
|Fertile days shown |
(*typical number of fertile days shown)
|At least 99% accurate at detecting the LH surge||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Digital Results |
(no interpretation of lines)
|Which hormone(s) it measures||LH and Estrogen||LH and Estrogen||LH||LH|
|Able to test for pregnancy||✔||✔|
|Stores and displays your personal data on touch screen||✔|
1In the first two cycles of use. Robinson JE., et al. Fertility & Sterility (2007) 87: 329-334.
2Clearblue Ovulation assay showed 97% agreement with ultrasound observed ovulation. Behre HM., et al. Human Reproduction (2000) 15: 2478-82
I would save your money. I had to return mine after three months due to a fault. It works just the same as cheap ones just records the information which you could yourself on your... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Miss K. J. Boardman
Well worth spending the money, we fell pregnant in the first month of using this! Baby was born on Tuesday :)Published 10 days ago by Karen Pooley
To expensive to maintain as the amount of test strips needed is alot for every test it ask you for plus the metre kept on eating through batteries on my other half.Published 10 days ago by S.R
I havnt purchased this, but was going to until I read it doesnt come with any sticks.
For an item costing over £100 Clearblue should have provided a few sticks in that price. Read more
Cannot fault it for prediction. Successfully highlighted ovulation days and (just as with the older version of the monitor on my last pregnancy) got pregnant first month of trying. Read morePublished 23 days ago by CS
Crap doesn't work how can you be on a high peak the whole of your cycle. I would like a full refundPublished 1 month ago by donna Young
So far so good! I sometimes have faulty test strips, not really the monitors fault.Published 2 months ago by stephkrier
I bought this monitor just over a month ago as I use to have a monthly cycle of 28 days but as past few months it had reduced to 26 and 27 days! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charb
My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 18 months. I have endometriosis and we were unsure if I could conceive. Read morePublished 2 months ago by miss h thomson