Result as fast as 1 minute
Clearblue Plus Pregnancy Test has been designed to offer you the easiest pregnancy testing experience, with the accuracy you expect from Clearblue – and results as fast as 1 minute.
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Results 6 days before your missed period
When you want to know if you’re pregnant waiting to test can be hard. That’s why Clearblue® Early Detection Pregnancy Test can be used up to 6 days before your missed period, which is 5 days before the day you would expect your period to start (your expected period).
Over 99% Accurate
From the day your period is due.
Can test 6 days early
Clearblue® Early Detection is our most sensitive test meaning you can test up to 6 days before your missed period (which is 5 days before your expected period).
Easy to use
Clearblue features an ergonomic design, including a longer, curved stick, and wide colour-changing tip.
Unique Floodguard™ Technology
Our unique Floodguard™ Technology, which helps reduce the No.1 reported cause of user error2 and makes testing easier.
Easy to read results
Clear and simple result layout; 2 lines if you’re pregnant, 1 line if you’re not pregnant.
For full instructions on how to use these tests click here.
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