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Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator

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Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator

Digital Weeks Estimator Display

  • The FIRST and ONLY pregnancy test that not only tells you if you are pregnant but also estimates how many weeks
  • Popular in Europe since 2008, the Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator is now cleared by the FDA
  • #1 OB/GYN choice1 and 84% of OB/GYNs agree it offers helpful information2
  • Using two separate testing strips, the Weeks Estimator tells you how many weeks based on time since ovulation (1-2 weeks, 2-3 weeks, 3+ weeks)
  • Uses an easy-to-read digital display showing results in WORDS and NUMBERS
  • Estimates the number of weeks based on time since ovulation3
  • Provides more information to take with you to your doctor
  • Available in quantities of 2 or 3

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1Survey of 251 obstetricians and gynecologists conducted by Symphony Health Solutions in 2013 on home pregnancy test recommendations.
2to women detecting pregnancy. Survey of 206 obstetricians and gynecologists conducted by Symphony Health Solutions in June 2013 on pregnancy test recommendations.
3Data on file.
Indications for use: The Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator is an over-the-counter urine hCG test which is intended for the detection of pregnancy. The test detects hCG in some cases from 4 days before the expected period (which is 5 days before the day of the missed period).
This test is only intended for individual use at home. It is not intended for use in a healthcare setting.
This test contains a 'Weeks Estimator'. The 'Weeks Estimator' is meant solely as an estimate for the consumer and is not intended as a substitute for a doctor's clinical diagnosis. The 'Weeks Estimator' is not intended for multiple pregnancies. The estimate provided by the device may be inaccurate in these cases.
This test cannot be used to determine the duration of pregnancy or to monitor the progression of pregnancy. 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. Only your doctor can provide a reliable estimate of gestational age and only your doctor can monitor pregnancy progression. You should seek qualified prenatal care if you suspect you are pregnant.
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