The Clearblue Pregnancy Test is the most popular product on the market, and has been trusted by women for many years. It is remarkably simple to use, and lets you know in a matter of just two minutes whether or not you are pregnant.
It can be used up to four days before your period is due, making it a brilliant solution for those who are eager to find out the result.
Consider these advantages
- The Clearblue Pregnancy Test is easy to use and 99% accurate when used from the day your period is due, which is probably why it’s recommended by most doctors.
- Simply hold the test under flowing urine and wait for the Colour Change Tip to indicate that it has worked.
- After two minutes, the results window will show a clear ‘+’ for pregnant, or ‘-‘ for not pregnant.
How do Pregnancy Tests work?
When you become pregnant your body starts to produce the pregnancy hormone, human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (hCG). The amount of hCG in your body doubles every 2 - 3 days in the early stages of pregnancy, and reaches a maximum at around 7 - 12 weeks into the pregnancy.
Clearblue Pregnancy Tests work by detecting the presence of hCG. They are all over 99% accurate in laboratory tests when used from the day your period is due.
I used a pregnancy test first thing in the morning, one of the kinds with lines, and I could not tell whether it was positive or negative. My husband said he thought it was positive, but I was not convinced. That evening we purchased a Clearblue digital test and decided to use it as soon as we got home. When the screen changed to "Pregnant" we were ecstatic and there was no question about the result. We now have a beautiful 5 month old and very fond associations with Clearblue.
Shipping and Returns
- Delivery Cost €4.99 (Per Order) - Ireland
- Discreet Packaging
- SMS and Email Alerts
- Order before 2pm for same day dispatch
- 98% of all orders are delivered next day
Your order will leave our warehouse in Bray, Co Wicklow and be delivered the next working day. You will receive SMS & email tracking updates from An Post and someone will need to sign for the parcel on delivery.