Clearblue Easy Digital Ovulation Test Reviews
Product Type: Clearblue in Personal Hygiene
Description:Brand: Clearblue / Type: Ovulation / A digital test that helps you to identify the 2 best days to conceive in a given cycle.
Newest Review: ... you do is pull off the pink cap, wee on the stick for the time indicated and then wait a few minutes. If you are ovulating a ... more
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Customer Clearblue Easy Digital Ovulation Test Reviews (11)
by - written on 23/03/12 (Very useful, 397 readings)
As you may know I have been married for almost a year now. My husband and I were trying to have a baby until about a year ago when I had some health problems diagnosed and was advised that it was best to refrain from conceiving despite having a very low fertility rate anyway. During the times that we were trying to conceive we used a number of ovulation tests and this review is based on my use of a Clearblue ovulation test kit that I was using last year but has been updated in places (price etc). There are different aspects to falling pregnant, as well as fertility levels (sperm count and quality of eggs) you need to conceive at a specific time in the woman's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/10 (Very useful, 1531 readings)
After many months of trying to get pregnant naturally, I have finally thrown in the towel and decided to buy an Ovulation predictor kit. I am not one of these women who keeps an eye on my cycle duration and I have no idea when I should be ovulating! Of course we all know people who seem to look at a man and fall pregnant, but for many of us, it isn't that straightforward! Of course I am aware that there are other ways to track ovulation, however they seem faffy and time consuming, and are not always 100% reliable. I had a look online and decided to try out the Ovulation sticks. The reason I chose Clearblue, was because they offer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/11 (Very useful, 1011 readings)
As some of you may know I am trying for another baby. With my first it happened very quickly (about 3 weeks) but this time it is taking a little longer, a few months now. I am not the most patient of people, if I want something, I want it now and so I decided to not leave everything to chance and to try the Clearblue ovulation tests. Getting pregnant is a lot more complicated than most people realise I think, so many different aspects need to be aligned in order for conception to take place and so just having sex is not always a guaranteed option. The best time to get pregnant each month is when ovulation occurs (this is when an egg is realised from your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/09 (Very useful, 2575 readings)
Previously, when I've decided to have a baby, I've simply thrown contraception to the back of a drawer and got jiggy with it with, resulting thankfully, in fairly swift and easy conception. However, I know my biological clock is ticking and the risk of various genetic disorders increases with each passing month, so now that the decision has been made to try for one more baby, my other half and I have decided to add a bit of science into the mix. At 38 I don't have many baby-making months left so I have decided to leave nothing to chance. One thing I have noticed about getting older (how odd to think of 38 as 'older') is that my menstrual cycle has become ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/09 (Very useful, 1395 readings)
When I decided to try for a second baby I decided to use ovulation tests to help me conceive quickly. I tried quite a few brands before using the Clearblue digital ovulation test and deciding it was by far the easiest to use. For starters the clearblue test comes with 7 sticks whereas most of the others only come with 5. This gives you 2 extra days to try and find your fertile period. This was particularily important for me with my irregular cycles. Also it's much easier to read than the non-digital versions. If the result is positive it comes up with an unmistakeable smily face. With the others I tried a positive result was if you had 2 lines appear with the test Read the complete review
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