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Read all about our recent news and clinical studies from the Clearblue Healthcare Professional Team

 
  • Clearblue Fertility and Ovulation tests are different and work in different ways

    06/03/2014

    Find out more about the products and how they differ. This chart will help you to support your patients in finding the right product for them.

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  • British Fertility Society Annual Meeting 2014

    26/11/2013

    January 8th-9th, Sheffield, UK
    The Mercure Hotel, Sheffield

    Clearblue will be attending BFS Annual Meeting. Come and talk to us about the launch of our new Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test with Dual Hormone Indicator which identifies a wider fertile window than any other ovulation test for more opportunities to get pregnant naturally. We look forward to welcoming you to our stand.

  • Visit Clearblue at the Association of Early Pregnancy Units (AEPU) Annual Conference

    30/10/2013

    AEPU 2013

    October 14-15, Leeds, UK
    The Marriott Hotel

    Come and talk to us about the launch of our new Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test with Dual Hormone Indicator which identifies a wider fertile window than any other ovulation test for more opportunities to get pregnant naturally

  • Detection of two urinary hormones by a new home ovulation test to identify the wider fertile window: a randomised comparative laboratory study of home ovulation tests

    03/07/2013

    A new home ovulation test (Clearblue Dual-Hormone Digital Test) detects both the pre-ovular urinary rise in estrone-3-glucuronide (E3G) and luteinising hormone (LH). The device aims to identify a wider fertile period than other home ovulation tests. This study examines the number of fertile days detected by a variety of home ovulation tests. Click here to view the poster presented at ESHRE’s 29th Annual Meeting (London, 2013).

  • Stress and Ovulation Tests

    05/03/2013

    Results of a recent study conducted by Clearblue showed that using a test such as the Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test does not add to the stress levels of women trying to conceive. In fact, it can bring benefits to the process. In the study, published in the prestigious journal, Human Reproduction, women using digital ovulation tests to time intercourse were found to be no different in terms of stress levels than women who were trying to conceive using the NICE clinical guidelines that recommend intercourse every 2 days. Moreover, use of digital ovulation tests was seen as offering additional benefits, including an increased understanding of the individual’s menstrual cycle. This was shown to give these women reassurance and confidence in focusing conception attempts at the most optimum time in their cycle. Click here to read the full study.

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