How accurate are Clearblue Digital Ovulation Tests?
The Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test range is over 99% accurate in detecting the urinary luteinizing hormone (LH) surge that occurs 24-36 hours prior to ovulation.
Can clear blue ovulation test detect pregnancy?
You may have heard that ovulation tests can be used to detect pregnancy. The answer is yes, they can!
How do you read a Clearblue ovulation test?
READING THE RESULTS Look at the Result Window and compare the Surge Line to the Reference Line. The line next to the arrow is the ‘Surge Line’ which indicates the level of LH in your urine. The line furthest away from the arrow is the ‘Reference Line’. You should compare the ‘Reference Line’ with the ‘Surge Line’.
Does 2 lines on an ovulation test mean I’m pregnant?
One line is the control line. This is just to let you know that the test is working properly. The other line is the test line. You can tell that LH is surging when this second line is as dark or darker than the control line.
What are the 2 lines on Clearblue ovulation test?
If the device gave you a positive result (smiley face in a circle), the ejected test stick shows two lines. As you get closer to ovulation, you’ll still get a negative result from the device, but you’ll start to see the ejected test strips with a faint second line (meaning you’re close but not there yet).
What does 2 lines mean on ovulation test?
If you are using basic test strips, you’ll see two lines. One line is the control line. This is just to let you know that the test is working properly. The other line is the test line. You can tell that LH is surging when this second line is as dark or darker than the control line.
Can I take ovulation test at night?
You can take an ovulation test at any time of day. But the morning may give you the best results. To boost your chance of an accurate reading, don’t drink a lot of fluids in the four hours before a test. This helps make sure your urine and LH levels are concentrated.
How many ovulation tests a day?
For the most accurate result, health care providers suggest testing twice a day, 10 hours or more apart, for a few days prior to ovulation. Log your ovulation test results, and Flo will use them to make even more accurate predictions.