The Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test with Dual Hormone Indicator is the first and only test that typically identifies a woman’s four best days to get pregnant – that’s a full two days more than any other ovulation test available, says manufacturer Procter and Gamble. The test tracks two hormones, rather than one, to identify a wider window of fertile days, which heightens the chance of conceiving naturally, says the company. It displays a flashing smiley face to indicate high fertility, while the face remains static on peak fertility days.




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