Clearblue One Step Pregnancy Test Kit, Twin Pack

£11.99

  • Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
  • Over 99% accurate from the day you expect your period
  • Easy to handle and hygienic
  • Wide colour change tip helps make sampling easier
  • Easy to read results

The Clearblue One Step Pregnancy Test Kit is as accurate as a doctor’s urine test. It can be used from the day your period is due.

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Early Pregnancy Test

You may ask how does the Clearblue Early Pregnancy Test work…When you are pregnant your body produces the pregnancy hormone hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin). The amount created during the early stages of pregnancy is increased. The early pregnancy test can detect tiny amount of this hormone in your urine. Based on the level of hCG in your urine, the Weeks Indicator provides an estimate of when you conceived. The sensitivity of this early pregnancy test is 25mlU/ml.

How To Use Clearblue Pregnancy Test?

A common question we are often asked is “How to use Clearblue pregnancy test?”

If you are unsure about how to use Clearblue pregnancy test, even after following the advice below or written on the included leaflet, speak to your doctor or pharmacist.

  • Firstly do the test.
    • When you are ready to test, remove the Test Stick from the foil wrapper and take off the blue cap. Use the Test Stick straight away.
  • Either test in your urine stream or collect a sample of your urine in a clean, dry container.
    • To collect during your urine stream, place the absorbent sample pointing downwards into the urine stream for 5 seconds only.
      • Take care not to get the rest of the test stick wet.
      • You may wish to replace the cap and lay the test stick flat.
    • When collecting from a sample in a container, place the absorbent sample pointing downwards into the urine for 20 seconds only.
      • You may wish to replace the cap and lay the test stick flat.
    • Once the urine sample has been collected, wait…
      • The wait symbol will flash to show that the test is working.
      • When the wait symbol stops flashing your result will appear.
    • Lastly, see your result.
    • The Clearblue Pregnancy Test has a Weeks Indicator which provides an estimate of when you conceived. This information is shown on the Display together with a ‘Pregnant’ result.
      • Within three minutes, the display will show your result.
      • A ‘Pregnant’ result may appear on the display before the Weeks Indicator result. Continue to wait until the Wait symbol stops flashing to see your Weeks Indicator result. This may take up to three minutes.
      • Some results may be shown in as little as one minute.
      • Your result will remain on the display for approximately 24 hours.
      • If your result is ‘Pregnant’ you should see your doctor who can advise you on what steps you should take next. Your doctor will calculate your stage of pregnancy based on the first day of your last period.
      • Conception occurs around 2 weeks before your next period is due. The week’s indicator provides an estimate of when you conceived.
      • The Weeks Indicator is 93% accurate at detecting when you conceived. The estimate is based on the level of the pregnancy hormone, hCG, in your urine. The level of this hormone varies woman to woman, and it is therefore possible that the week’s indicator may occasionally give misleading results. The accuracy of the ‘Pregnant’/’Not Pregnant’ result is over 99% when testing from the day the period is due.

Pregnancy Test Results

When To Take A Clearblue Pregnancy Test?

Another common quest we are asked is “When to take a pregnancy test?”

Provided you want to take one as soon as possible, you should wait at least once to two week after you had sex. If you wait and want the most accurate result possible, take a test the week after your missed period.

If you are pregnant your body needs time to develop the detectable levels of hCG. This can typically take seven to 12 days after successful egg implantation.

If the test is taken too early in your cycle, the result may be inaccurate.

If you are unsure about when to take a Clearblue pregnancy test, speak to your doctor or pharmacist.

Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test With Weeks Indicator

If you are looking for a test that won’t confuse you when it’s time to read the results then a digital pregnancy test is what you need.

One of the best available currently is the Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test With Weeks Indicator, which shows results clear as day on a digital screen. Not only will it show the results clearly, Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test With Weeks Indicator has the added bonus of showing you how long it’s been since conceiving.

How Long Does A Clearblue Pregnancy Test Take?

How long does a clear blue pregnancy test take?

After successfully collecting a urine sample and allows the kit to analyse it, the results can take anywhere between 30 seconds and three minutes.

If the wait symbol or no symbol is shown on the digital display then you may have done the test wrong.

If any of the following symbols appear on the digital display then you may have done the test wrong:

  • Book error – an error has occurred during testing, this may mean that…
    • The absorbent sampler was not kept pointing downwards or the test was not laid flat after urine was applied.
    • Too much or too little urine was applied. You should test again using a new test taking care to follow the instructions.
  • Blank error – the test was not performed as expected. This may be because the instructions were not followed. You will need to perform another test. Please follow the instructions carefully.

If you are still unsure about how long does a Clearblue pregnancy test take, please refer to the leaflet included with your purchase.

Positive Pregnancy Test

If you have taken a successful test and found it was a positive pregnancy test, do not panic about what to do next.

Your first step after finding out you have had a positive pregnancy test is to book an appointment with a doctor to discuss your pregnancy and antenatal care if you are planning on keeping it.

Although the test may show a positive pregnancy test, it’s possible you may experience a false-positive. Getting a positive result when not pregnant is incredibly rare. The top three reasons you may get a false positive result are:

  • Recently been pregnant.
  • Taking fertility medications that contain hCG.
  • You have a rare medical condition, such as ovarian cysts, that produce hCG and turn the result positive.

False Negative Pregnancy Test

A false negative pregnancy test is a very rare occurrence due to some unforeseen problems with the test or the time it was taken. Some women will take a test and get a negative result, only to find out that wasn’t the case and they were indeed pregnant. This results in the pregnancy progressing without her knowledge and causing unknown anxiety due to side effects.

A false negative pregnancy test don’t really happen, as long as the test is taken properly. The following are some reasons why you may have a false negative pregnancy test –

  • Taking the test too early can result in a false negative. This can occur when the test is taken before a period has been missed. To get an accurate test, the person taking the test should wait until they miss their period. This is because the test looks for a hormone called hCG that’s released in the urine. A detectable amount is not seen until the first missed period.
  • Some tests may have passed their expiry date, in which case the test won’t work correctly.
  • The instructions haven’t been followed correctly. Follow the instructions that are included with your test carefully. This will ensure you are taking the test correctly. Some doctors recommend taking the test first thing in the morning, as the concentration of hCG in the urine is usually highest then.

Very Faint Line On Pregnancy Test

If you see a very faint line on pregnancy test this could mean you are taking the test too early. The strength of the line indicates how much hCG is in your urine, if the line is faint, it usually means that the hCG level is low.

Some pregnancy tests can be very sensitive and can detect pregnancy up to six days before your missed period. However, the levels of hCG are so low during this period that a very faint line on pregnancy test is expected on any brand of test.

Another reason you may see a very faint line on pregnancy test is because you drank too much liquid. Drinking a lot of liquid before taking a pregnancy test may result in producing a urine sample more quickly, however any concentration of hCG will be diluted.

It can be easy to think that a very faint line on pregnancy test can mean a false positive, but it’s very rare for a false positive result.

How Soon Can You Do A Pregnancy Test?

A common question we are asked is “How soon can you do a pregnancy test?”

Pregnancy test are most reliable when taken the first day of your missed period, although some test can be taken up to four or five days before your period is due. Before taking the test, this should be checked on the packaging before use so it’s not taken too early or too late.

If you experience regular periods, you’ll probably know when your next period is due. If you’re not sure, it’s a good idea to wait at least three weeks after you think you have conceived. Many of the branded sites, including Clearblue, have a calculator that can calculate when you can take a test.

If you have any more questions about “How soon can you do a pregnancy test?” please do not hesitate to contact our customer support team via email. You can also check the provided patient information leaflet in each purchase for a Clearblue guide.

Pregnancy Test Results

Pregnancy tests results are accurate as long as the instructions given have been followed correctly. If the result is positive, it very rarely is wrong and is almost certainly correct. This is the opposite however for a negative test result.

The pregnancy test results may not be reliable if you:

  • Did not follow the instructions properly
  • Taken the test too early

Medicines taken before can also affect the pregnancy test results. If you get a negative result and still think you’re pregnant, wait a few days and try again. If your second result is still negative and your period has still not arrived speak to your GP. If you have any questions regarding your pregnancy test results do not hesitate to speak to your doctor or local pharmacist.

How Accurate Are Pregnancy Tests?

Another common question we are asked is “How accurate are pregnancy tests?”

Home pregnancy tests are accurate as long as you follow the instructions given to you for that particular test.

Some medications can cause you to get a positive result even if you are not pregnant. These medications include:

  • Promethazine; used to treat conditions such as allergies
  • Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease
  • Diazepam; used to treat anxiety
  • Clozapine; antipsychotic medicines
  • Diuretics; used to treat conditions such as heart failure
  • Anticonvulsants; used to treat conditions such as epilepsy
  • Medicines used for infertility

If you are taking any other medication before taking a test, check that medications patient information leaflet for information about it affecting test results. Contact our support team if you have any more questions about “How accurate are pregnancy tests?”.

How accurate are home pregnancy tests? – NHS Website

Best Time To Do Pregnancy Test

The recommended best time to do pregnancy test is to wait until the week after you have missed your period. This will ensure you produce the most accurate results.

There are a couple of instances where you should take a pregnancy test, even if you think you aren’t pregnant. This includes…

  • Missing your period.
  • You have cramps.
  • Your breasts hurt.
  • You’re feeling different; nausea, food aversions, exhaustion, frequent urination.
  • Contraception failed, always a slight chance of pregnancy no matter how careful you are.

If you are still unsure about the best time to do pregnancy test, speak to your doctor. They will be able to determine the best time and if you should stop taking any medications before taking the test.

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