Over 99% accurate, easy to use and easy to read
At Clearblue we believe that when a woman suspects she might be pregnant she needs a result she can be confident in and act on. That is why all Clearblue pregnancy tests deliver over 99% accuracy from the day your period is due; they are designed to be easy to use and read, and can be used up to 4 days before the period is due.
No tests are more accurate – All Clearblue pregnancy tests are over 99% accurate*
So sensitive you can test early – All Clearblue pregnancy tests can be used up to 4 days before your period is due.
Find out more about the different Clearblue Pregnancy Tests by clicking on the links below.
Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test with Weeks Indicator
As Accurate as Ultrasound at Dating Your Pregnancy**Find out more
Which Clearblue pregnancy test is right for me?
Compare the different Clearblue pregnancy tests in the chart below, in order to find out which is relevant for you.
|If you are pregnant also shows how far along you are*|
|Over 99% accurate*|
|Unmistakably clear Digital results in words|
|(+) Pregnant/(-) Not Pregnant results|
|Can test early (up to 4 days before the period is due)|
|Colour change tip|
|Wide tip/ ergonomic handle for easier sampling|
|Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test with Weeks Indicator||Clearblue PLUS Pregnancy Test||Clearblue PLUS Pregnancy Test with colour change tip|
|As accurate as ultrasound at dating your pregnancy*||As accurate as a doctor’s urine test. Easiest to use***||As accurate as a doctor’s urine test|
Which type of pregnancy test to choose?
We know how important it is for you to be confident using and reading a pregnancy test – and of course, trusting the result. That’s why every Clearblue pregnancy test is designed to be easy to use, easy to read and over 99% accurate*.
There are other tests out there that don’t tick these boxes. For example, studies have shown that strips and cassettes are particularly difficult to use and hard to read. Watch our video to see the different types of pregnancy test and which ones are best to use.
Read more about which test to choose