Maximises your chances of getting pregnant naturally

Trying to have a baby is one of the most exciting times in a couple's life and once you've decided you're ready to get pregnant, you may be impatient for it to happen soon. If that is the case, you might be interested to know that one of the key reasons for it taking longer than expected is couples not having sex on the right days of the woman’s cycle. Most couples are unaware that there are only a few days every cycle in which a woman is fertile and it is not always that easy to identify those days. That is why Clearblue offers a wide range of products to help you better understand your body's ovulation cycle and identify your fertile days to maximise your chances of getting pregnant naturally.

Find out more about the different Clearblue Ovulation Products by clicking on the links below.

Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test

Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test

Over 99% accurate in pinpointing your 2 most fertile days* – with unmistakably clear digital results

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Clearblue EASY Ovulation Test

Clearblue EASY Ovulation Test

99% accuracy at detecting your 2 most fertile days, to help when planning a pregnancy

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Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test

Clearblue EASY Ovulation Test


What’s the difference between Clearblue Ovulation Tests?

 

 
Key benefit
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
Includes Pregnancy test
Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test # Clearblue EASY Ovulation Test #
Digital accuracy: Identifies your 2 most fertile days Over 99% accurate in pinpointing your 2 most fertile days – with unmistakably clear digital results
2 2
Yes Yes
Yes No
LH LH
No No
 

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In the first 2 cycles of use. Robinson JE, et al. Fertility and Sterility (2007) 87: 329-334

In a study of 87 women, 4 or more fertile days were identified in 80% of cycles using actual cycle length.