Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test--The most effective ovulation test kit*
A blank circle means a ‘No LH Surge' result
A smiley face means the LH surge has been detected
Did you know that one in two couples could be trying to conceive on the wrong days of the woman's cycle**?
And did you know that your basal body temperature only increases after ovulation, making it not much use to aid conception in that cycle?
The Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test detects the rise of the ovulation hormone LH 24-36 hours prior to ovulation and identifies the 2 best days to conceive in a given cycle. Making love during these 2 days gives you your best chance of conceiving.
The Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test is the most effective home ovulation test kit***. It gives you clear digital results, so there's no need to interpret the lines and gives you more test sticks than any other brand, making it more effective at detecting your LH surge.
You use the Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test once a day at the same time each day, on the days around the time when you expect your LH surge. It identifies the days in your cycle when you are most likely to conceive. How does it work?
The Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test helps you to pinpoint the 2 fertile days in your cycle by identifying a sudden surge in luteinising hormone (LH) in your body with a simple urine test. LH is the hormone that triggers the release of an egg from your ovary. This release – ovulation – usually occurs approximately 24 to 36 hours after the LH surge. If you use it each day on the days around the time in your cycle when you expect the LH surge, you can predict the 2 days each cycle when you are most fertile and therefore most likely to get pregnant. How can ovulation tests maximise my chances of getting pregnant?
The time when you are most fertile is on the day the LH surge is detected and the day after. You are most likely to get pregnant if you make love on these days. Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Tests detect this LH surge, and therefore maximise your chances of conceiving.
*More women obtain the same result as a laboratory professional when reading Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test than when reading other ovulation tests.
**GfK Roper Study 2005
***More women obtain the same result as a laboratory professional when reading Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test than when reading other ovulation tests.
Please note: these are abbreviated instructions. Always read the in-pack leaflet before carrying out a test.
The Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test is very easy to use. When you’re ready to test remove a Test Stick from its foil wrapper. Before applying urine to the Test Stick it must be inserted into the Test Holder.
The Test Stick and Test Holder are marked with pink arrows that must be aligned to ensure correct insertion. The Test Stick clicks into place and a 'Test Ready' symbol appears on the Test Holder display.
When the ‘Test Ready’ symbol appears, you simply hold the Absorbent Sampler pointing downwards in your urine stream for 5 to 7 seconds. Alternatively, you can collect a sample of urine in a clean dry container and immerse just the absorbent sampler in the collected sample for 15 seconds.
Keep the Absorbent Sampler pointing downwards or lay the Test flat. After 20 to 40 seconds, the ‘Test Ready’ symbol will flash to show that the test is working. Do not eject the Test Stick. Replace the cap and then wipe off any excess urine.
Within 3 minutes, the display will show your result.
A blank circle means a ‘No LH Surge’ result. Test again tomorrow at the same time using a new Test Stick.
A smiley face means the LH surge has been detected. There is no need to test again this cycle. Making love any time in the next 48 hours will maximise your chances of getting pregnant.