According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate
3 days before expected period= 82% accurate
2 days before expected period= 90% accurate
1 day before expected period =95% accurate
the day of expected period =99% accurate
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No. They are exactly the same.
While home pregnancy tests are very accurate, they are less accurate than a pregnancy test evaluated by a laboratory.
Go to the doctor to get a real test.
I've heard even cheap pregnancy tests give accurate results. If I were to take a pregnancy test to detect early pregnancy it would be one that it easy to use and read, such as clearblue digital or first response.
It should be quite accurate
100% when done correctly.
Home pregnancy tests claim to be 99% accurate but early tests are only 40-50 % accurate so wait at least a week before taking the pregnancy test.
They are over 99% accurate when used on or after the day of your expected period.
Hello, If you have 0 HCG in your blood, and if you conceived after this then a pregnancy test would be accurate. A pregnancy test will not be accurate if you have any HCG in your blood.
There is not a pregnancy test called bleach. Most pregnant test are accurate.
Store bought pregnancy tests (OTC) are most accurate at the beginning of the missed period.
Most pregnancy tests are 99.9% accurate. It will say on the box or leaflet how accurate it is hun.
Depends on the brand of the item or who is doing the exam thingy.
Home pregnancy tests are not as effective as blood tests. I am on my fifth pregnancy and have had many occasions where a home test has simply not shown up. Although I have been told this is rare, a blood test is the only way to be certain.
Most pregnancy tests are accurate day one of your missed period, if your test is negative retake it in 3 to 7 days.
At home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate.
Absolutely. Most Pregnancy tests tend to 90-96% accurate.
If a pregnancy test comes out positive. Although, pregnancy tests aren't always 100% accurate.
they wont be accurate. wait at least 2 wks
No. Blood tests can be considered accurate around 10 days after ovulation and home pregnancy tests can be considered accurate around 14 days after ovulation.
Very. Just like you would test at a hospital. However, many of them charge for pregnancy tests. To find a clinic that offers just as accurate tests for free, go to optionline.org, call 1-800-712-HELP or text "HELPLINE" to 313131
There is no real way to know until you get a positive pregnancy test. Blood tests given by dr's are usually accurate 10 to 14 after ovulation and home pregnancy tests and urine tests are usually accurate around 14 to 16 days after ovulation.
The ClearBlue pregnancy tests are 95% of the time accurate. If it comes back positive, then you are definitely pregnant, however if it comes back negative you may still be pregnant, so you may have to take it again in a few days.