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Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator

Updated on July 28, 2014

Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator


Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator

Finally! There is a pregnancy test on the market which will determine pregnancy, as well as how many weeks along you are!

The Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator is the first and only digital pregnancy test on the market which determines pregnancy and also estimates time since ovulation in weeks.

View my personal live reveal of this product in the video below...

Digital Weeks Estimator Pregnancy Test

  • This over-the-counter pregnancy test will display the amount of time since your last ovulation in weeks by the following categories: 1-2, 2-3, and 3+ weeks.

  • The test is 99% accurate. Make sure you test from the day of your expected period.

  • The test determines levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in your urine to determine pregnancy.

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A Super Sensitive Test!

This test is so sensitive that it can be used up to four days before your expected period!

How does the weeks estimator work?

All pregnancy tests detect hcg in the urine to determine pregnancy, however, the ClearBlue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator is different. In addition to this feature, the test also detects a surge in the hormone levels to determine weeks...

According to ClearBlueEasy, "the Weeks Estimator feature assumes ovulation occurred on the day after the urinary luteinizing hormone surge and works on a threshold basis of urinary hCG levels".

More scientific details about the Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator product can be read on the ClearBlueEasy website. In the meantime, here is my personal live reveal:

Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator


The instructions are very specific in how to use the test.

  • Early Morning Test - The instructions suggests that you use the first urine of the day to take the test. This would be important if you were very early in your pregnancy because it allows the most potency of hcg in your urine. I took my test about 6PM in the evening. I'd already had two other cheaper OTC tests turn positive, so an early morning test wasn't really of importance to me.
  • Liquid Intake - ClearBlue requests that you do not drink too much liquid before testing. Ok, that's pretty straightforward. Don't drink a bunch of water trying to force yourself to have to use the restroom.
  • Remove foil to test - To preserve the test from contamination and becoming damaged, the manufacture suggests that you remove the foil only when you're ready to take the test. This suggests that you might have pregnancy tests laying around your house, possibly getting old.... but you're probably like me. I opened the test the day I brought it home and unpacked it to test immediately.
  • Collect your Urine - There are two options for collecting urine to take the test. Both require an amount of time for exposure of urine to the test. First, you can hold the test in your urine stream for five seconds. Or, second, you can collect your urine in a sterile cup and then hold the test into the urine for up to twenty seconds. I always use the second method because it's been the most accurate and less messy procedure.
  • Lay the test flat - After you complete the urine collection and exposure, lay the test stick on a flat surface. An hourglass symbol will blink on the screen to reassure you that the test is working. Wait three minutes for the results to appear. On my test, the pregnant symbol popped up almost immediately. I had to wait the full three minutes before the weeks displayed on the screen, which said 3+ weeks.
  • Pregnant or Not? - If you have a positive test result, contact your doctor so that he can advise you on your next steps. If the test result says Not Pregnant, wait a minimum of three days before testing again and if you are concerned, see your doctor.

My test showing positive pregnancy and 3+ Weeks


Only Available from Clearblue

This digital test with weeks indicator is ONLY available from ClearBlue.

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3.2 out of 5 stars from 27 ratings of Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator

#Clearblue Confirmed Onsie


Thank you #Clearblue!

Clearblue saw our YouTube video with our live pregnancy confirmation reveal and requested that we send them our mailing address in the comments to receive a small welcome package to celebrate the great news. We received the cute onsie in the above picture which says #ClearblueConfirmed. In the package, we also received a very sincere hand written letter and some generous diaper coupons.

Thank you to ClearBlue for making our pregnancy confirmation so special. I can't wait to take a picture of our baby in the onsie to share with my readers.

- From the Longorias.

Jorge Luis Longoria III - Clearblue Confirmed



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      17 months ago

      I used it so it shows me pregnant 3+ so l would like to know what does this mean

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      2 years ago

      My test said Not Pregnant AND 2-3 3+ under that!! SO confused!!!!!

    • Melinda Longoria profile imageAUTHOR

      Melinda Longoria, MSM 

      4 years ago from Garland, Texas

      I am really sorry to hear that. This has also happened to me on several occasions in the past. I have gotten false positives from both digital and line tests. My experience was the same as yours. The urine test at the doctor was negative. My doctor told me that he did not believe a test would give a false positive. You are right! This is the most frustrating thing when you're trying to conceive.

      My doctor concluded that I had been very early in the pregnancy. The doctor explained that this happens quite a lot and when it goes undetected, the women never knew they were pregnant. The pregnancy may not have implanted and would result in a subsequent period. Or, the hcg levels were not strong enough yet to be detected by his test. He asked me to come back in a few weeks to test again. Each time this happened, the doctor's re-tests were negative. This happened to me a few times before we had our first baby. At one point, it was driving me crazy.

      If you are dealing with PCOS or infertility, as I was, please take this with hope that you are able to get pregnant. In my case, I had a cystectomy surgery and then took clomid fertility treatments for a year. It took six years to have our first baby. I wanted more than anything to be a mom and made it my mission. If you are trying to conceive, talk to your gyno and possibly seek a specialist. Never give up hope. We are now expecting baby # 3 and I can't even believe it.

      If you would like to talk more discreetly, please contact me through my hubpage E-mail or private message on my Maternity Clothes facebook fan page at

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      4 years ago

      I took one yesterday and it said pregnant 3+ took another clearblue plus pregnancy test none digital it said negative. Went to the doctor today did a urine test and came back negative. I decided to buy another clearblue digital and it said not pregnant. I called clearblue and the rep told me they couldn't consider it a false positive because I didn't get a blood test. I'm kind of upset over this.

    • Melinda Longoria profile imageAUTHOR

      Melinda Longoria, MSM 

      4 years ago from Garland, Texas

      Yes, the test said 3+ weeks and we were 6 at the time; confirmed by sonogram.

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      4 years ago

      Was it accurate? Are you pregnant?


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