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    Default Has anyone successfully fallen pregnant using the Clear Blue Fertility Monitor?

    The one that shows LOW/HIGH and PEAK days?

    Do/did you find it accurate?

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    I have never seen them, but used the clearblue digital tests (plain circle if not about to O and Smiley face it about to O). These worked as I used them in conjunction with BT's for my IVF cycle.

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    I would love to know if anyone used them as well as I have seen them on the net, and they look great, but I would love to hear some past experience as well as Hokey!

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    Not sure what the clear blue is - but sounds similar to a 'maybe baby' ovulation predictor.

    I used one of those this time round and hit the jackpot first time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvtobeamum View Post
    I would love to know if anyone used them as well as I have seen them on the net, and they look great, but I would love to hear some past experience as well as Hokey!
    I have one and find it great, so easy to use

    Just interested to see what the accuracy is like though

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch View Post
    Not sure what the clear blue is - but sounds similar to a 'maybe baby' ovulation predictor.

    I used one of those this time round and hit the jackpot first time!
    You pee on a stick once a day using FMU and place the stick in the machine and it reads the level of estrogen and LH to give you your fertile days


 

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