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Clearblue Fertility Monitor

Clearblue Fertility Monitor
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The Clearblue Fertility Monitor can maximise your chances of becoming pregnant by reliably indicating the days of your cycle when you are most likely to conceive - the days closest to when the egg is released from the ovary. This process is called ovulation. Making love on the day of ovulation or the days leading up to it gives you your best chance of conceiving.

Clinical data has shown that most conceptions resulted from making love during a 6 day period ending on the day of ovulation; making love during this period will maximise your chances of conceiving.

  • Identifies the fertile days of the cycle - monitors changes in estrogen (E3G), which prepares the body for ovulation, and luteinising hormone (LH) that triggers ovulation.
  • Identifies more fertile days to maximise the chance of conception (2 Peak Fertility Days plus additional High Fertility Days)
  • Easy to read - Monitor interprets the results
  • Tells you when to test
  • Builds up a detailed picture of your unique hormone pattern
  • Suitable for women with cycle lengths between 21 and 42 days
  • Non-invasive and natural

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