Easy to Read Digital Results
The Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test offers you maximum confidence in your result. It's over 99% accurate from the day of your expected period and gives you easy-to-read Digital results as pregnant ‘+' or not pregnant ‘-'.
Over 99% Accurate
From the day of your expected period.
Unmistakably Clear Results
Gives a Digital pregnant ‘+' or not Pregnant ‘-' result.
Test up to 4 Days Early
You can test up to 4 days before your expected period *.
Easy to Use
Can be used directly in your urine stream and after you've done the Digital pregnancy test, an hour glass symbol appears on the screen to reassure you the test is working.
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How to use Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test
1. Before you begin
Please always read the instructions on pack and in the leaflet carefully before use.
If you're testing from the day of your expected period, you can test at any time of the day. If you're testing early, use the first urine of the day.
When ready to test, remove the digital pregnancy test stick from the foil wrapper and take off the blue cap. Use the test straightaway.
2. Doing the test
Place the absorbent tip pointing downwards in your urine stream for 5 seconds only.
Or instead, you can collect a sample of your urine in a clean, dry container. Place the absorbent tip pointing downwards in your urine for 20 seconds only.
You may wish to replace the cap and lay the test stick flat.
Keep the tip pointing downwards or lay the test stick flat while you wait for the result.
3. Wait for 3 minutes
The hour glass symbol will flash to show the test is working.
When it stops flashing, your result will appear.
4. Read your results
Within 3 minutes, the Result display will show your result.
Some results may be shown in as little as 1 minute.
Your result will stay on the display for approximately 24 hours.
Frequently asked questions
How accurate is Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test?
When can I test with a Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test?
The pregnancy hormone increases rapidly in early pregnancy and Clearblue Digital can be used to test up to 4 days before your expected period. In lab testing with early pregnancy samples Clearblue Digital gave the following results:
Number of days before the expected period
% of samples from pregnant women
- If you have irregular cycles, you should allow for your longest cycle in recent months before testing.
- If you have no idea when your period is due, we recommend testing at least 19 days after the last time you had unprotected sex.
- If you are testing before you expect your period to start, we recommend you test with the first urine of the day, otherwise you can test whenever you need to pass urine. Avoid excessive fluid intake before testing.
- If the result is not pregnant ‘-', and pregnancy is still suspected, you should wait at least 3 days before testing again. Please refer to Q9.
How does Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test work?
When you are pregnant your body produces the pregnancy hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotrophin). The amount of hCG in your body increases in the early stages of pregnancy. Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test can detect tiny amounts of this hormone in your urine.
Can any medication or medical conditions affect the result?
- Always read the manufacturers' instructions for any medication you are taking before conducting the test.
- Fertility drugs containing hCG can give misleading results. These fertility drugs are usually given by injection, and testing too soon after administration may give a false pregnant ‘+' result.
- Other fertility therapies (such as Clomiphene Citrate), painkillers and hormonal contraceptives (e.g. birth control pills) are unlikely to affect the result.
- If you have recently stopped taking hormonal contraception or are using fertility therapies like Clomiphene Citrate, your periods may be irregular, leading you to test too soon.
- If you have recently been pregnant (even if not carried to full-term) you may get a false pregnant ‘+' result.
- If you are in or approaching the menopause you may obtain a false positive result even though you are not pregnant. In a study of non-pregnant perimenopausal and menopausal women tested with different lots of Clearblue, an average of 0.3% of results were positive, with a range from 0% to 1% for different lots. All false results were from women aged over 50 years.
- Ectopic pregnancy and ovarian cysts can give misleading results.
I previously tested pregnant ‘+’ but have tested again and got a not pregnant ‘-’ result, or my period has started. What does this mean?
Whilst the test is over 99% accurate at detecting the pregnancy hormone from the day of your expected period, it’s possible to get a pregnant result and find out later that you’re not pregnant (i.e., you may later get a not pregnant result, or your period may start). This may be due to natural loss during the early stages of pregnancy, known as ‘early pregnancy loss’, which sadly is not uncommon, as around 1 in 4 pregnancies end in early pregnancy loss. If you do get unexpected results, ask your doctor for advice.
I have used the Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test, but the Hour Glass symbol has not appeared. What does this mean
The digital pregnancy test has not worked correctly.
I have used the Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test but no result has appeared on the Display. What does this mean?
Your result should appear on the Display within 3 minutes. If no result appears please refer to Test Errors below.
My Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test says I’m Pregnant ‘+’. What should I do?
If your result is pregnant ‘+’ you should see your doctor who can advise you on what steps you should take next.
My Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test says I’m Not Pregnant ‘-‘. What should I do?
You may not be pregnant or the level of pregnancy hormone may not yet be high enough to be detected, or you may have miscalculated the day of your expected period. If you tested early, test again when your period is due. If your period is overdue, test again in 3 days time. If this test gives you a not pregnant ‘-” result and you still have not had your period, see your doctor.