The Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator is a breakthrough test that can give women helpful information to share with their healthcare provider as follows:
|What does this mean?
||Your result is Pregnant and you may be 1-2 weeks since ovulation.
||Your result is Pregnant and you may be 2 and up to 3 weeks since ovulation.
||Your result is Pregnant and you may be more than 3 weeks since ovulation.
|How your doctor may date your pregnancy (weeks pregnant)*
- The Weeks Estimator result is determined by the level of hCG in your urine. The level of hCG varies from woman to woman and therefore the Weeks Estimator may give misleading results. All results should be confirmed by your doctor, especially when making decisions about future medical care. Only your doctor can determine whether your pregnancy is healthy.
- Your doctor determines how many weeks pregnant you are based on the first day of your last menstrual period and ultrasound results. This test provides a different estimate. Please note that the doctor may date your pregnancy differently from the information shown in this table, since pregnancy dating is dependent on the circumstances of the patient.
- Agreement of Weeks Estimator results with clinical findings ranged widely from 45-99%.
- Your result will remain on the display for approximately 24 hours.
When a pregnant woman comes into a doctor's office, it's very helpful if they know the date of their last menstrual period. Interestingly enough, approximately 70% of women aren't sure of that date and many women have irregular cycles so tracking ovulation can be particularly difficult4. Clearblue with Weeks Estimator provides a woman, if she's pregnant, with an estimate of the number of weeks since ovulation (1-2 weeks, 2-3 weeks, 3+ weeks). During ovulation, an egg is actually released to be fertilized. If it were to occur, fertilization would typically occur with 24-hours of ovulation.
Having an estimate of weeks since ovulation (1-2 weeks, 2-3 weeks, 3+ weeks) is great information for doctors and women as it enables more informed decisions.
Your doctor determines how many weeks pregnant you are based on the first day of your last menstrual period and ultrasound results. This test provides a different estimate that cannot be substituted for a doctor's determination of gestational age.