What to do if you want to get pregnant faster.
There are only a few days each cycle where you can get pregnant following unprotected intercourse – this is known as the fertile window. This fertile window is very individual and it is normal for these days to be different each month. The key to maximising your chances of getting pregnant each menstrual cycle is to be able to accurately identify your personal fertile days, so you know the best days to try for a baby.
Maximise your chances of conceiving naturally with the most advanced home method
You have a big advantage over those trying to conceive just 20 years ago. With today’s technology you can now easily and accurately measure your daily hormone levels at home. This means you can predict your best days to get pregnant in advance, so you can plan ahead and have sex at the right time – you will be maximising your chances of conceiving naturally.
Clearblue DIGITAL Ovulation Test
Over 99% accurate in pinpointing your 2 most fertile days* – with unmistakably clear digital results
In every cycle there are only a few days when a woman can conceive, so having sex on these days is very important if you are trying to get pregnant. The Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test helps you maximise your chances of conceiving naturally by identifying your 2 most fertile days each cycle by measuring the changes in level of a key fertility hormone – luteinising hormone (LH). It's more accurate than calendar and temperature methods* and gives you unmistakably clear results on a digital display.
- Shows your 2 most fertile days. By pinpointing your 2 best days to get pregnant you can be more confident you are trying at the right time.
- Over 99% accurate. More accurate than calendar and temperature methods at predicting the most fertile days*
- Clear digital results. With the clear digital display, your results are easier than ever to read.
- Easy to use. Unique flashing 'test stick' symbol shows the digital ovulation test is working.
- 1 In the first two cycles of use. Robinson JE, et al. Fertility and Sterility (2007) 87:329-334..