Clearblue PLUS Pregnancy Test
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How to use Clearblue PLUS Pregnancy Test
1. Before you begin
Please always read the instruction leaflet carefully before doing a pregnancy test.
If you're testing from the day your period is due, you can test with urine from any time of the day. If you're testing early, use the first urine of the day.
When ready to test, remove the pregnancy test stick from the foil wrapper and take off the blue cap. Use the test straightaway.
2. Doing the test
Simply hold the absorbent Colour Change Tip pointing downwards in your urine stream or in a sample of your urine, in a clean dry container, for just5 seconds。
The Colour Change Tip will instantly turn pink showing that urine is being absorbed. Continue holding the Colour Change Tip in the urine for the full5 seconds。
Keep the Colour Change Tip pointing downwards or lay the pregnancy test stick flat while you wait for the result.
3. Wait for 3 minutes
Wait for 3 minutes. As the pregnancy test begins to work, you'll see blue lines start to develop.
4. Read your results
After 3 minutes you can read your results in the Result Window
A blue line must be present in the Control Window when you read your result. This line shows that the test has worked.。
If no blue line appears in the Control Window within 10 minutes the test has not worked
It does not matter if one of the lines that make up the '+' symbol is lighter or darker than the other; the result is 'Pregnant'.
Read your result within 10 minutes of doing a test. Ignore any changes to your result after this time.
- *Use a condom only once. Non-vaginal use of condoms may increase the risk of them slipping or being damaged.
- *No method of contraception can provide 100% protection against pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including AIDS.