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How accurate are the conception dates on clarblue digital test

(9 Posts)
RetroMum1 Thu 09-Jul-09 08:08:07

I have just done one and it says that I am 1-2 weeks pregnant but I ovulated 17 days ago which would make me in the 3-4 weeks braket and I am already 5 days late for my period.

Does this indicate a weak pregnancy or are they just pretty inaccurate?

Thanks

chamoiscreased Thu 09-Jul-09 08:11:02

Well the packaging says they're fairly accrate but it would I suppose! Don't forget that the day you ovulated isn't necessarily the day you conceived.

mumbot Thu 09-Jul-09 08:32:04

The conception indicator isn't as accurate as the test for the pregnancy hormone.

Mine said 2-3 weeks on 30th June and I'm having a dating scan tomorrow (due to my LMP I should be 11 weeks!)

So I can let you know if it was accurate or not after the weekend.

Congrats on the BFP!!

xxxx

RetroMum1 Thu 09-Jul-09 08:36:24

Thank you that's reassuring. I'm going to ring my health visitor and see if it's worth going for a scan or if it is too early to see a heartbeat I should be 4+5 today.

RetroMum1 Thu 09-Jul-09 08:37:04

Good luck for your scan hope you enjoy it.

chamoiscreased Thu 09-Jul-09 08:51:41

4+5 is probably too early to see a heartbeat. I thought I was 8 weeks when I went for a scan and there was no heartbeat so they have said I might be just 6 weeks - and 6 weeks is often too early. That or my pregnancy isn't viable. Save yourself the two weeks of torture I'm going through and wait a while before having a scan!
Congratulations

raggles Thu 09-Jul-09 09:23:33

The numbers shown on those tests are time since conception so if it says 1-2 then your are 3-4 weeks pregnant. I used them and they were pretty accurate! Congratulations!

mogend77 Thu 09-Jul-09 21:08:44

I really don't think they are very accurate. They were wildly out for me but I know when I ovulated and the scan also agreed with me. The fact is the stats are based on first wee of the day - which is based on not weeing during the night. How many women in early pregnancy are getting through the night without a wee? Within days of conception my nighttime wee trips had multiplied! I really don't recommend them - they just breed paranoia imho!

mumbot Tue 14-Jul-09 19:39:21

Turns out they were accurate - scan showed 5 weeks - conception indicator was bang on!



Nice to know some things work!

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