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Clearblue Fertility Monitor £64.56 delivered @ Amazon(RRP £99.99)
Clearblue Fertility Monitor £64.56 delivered @ Amazon(RRP £99.99)

Clearblue Fertility Monitor £64.56 delivered @ Amazon(RRP £99.99)

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Great for anyone TTC, has great reviews. Expensive product but well worth it...

The most advanced home method to maximise your chances of conceiving
99% Accurate at detecting the LH surge in laboratory tests
Identifies peak and high fertility days to maximise the chance of conception
Builds up a detailed picture of your unique hormone cycles
Unmistakable Results
Non-invasive and natural
Test sticks not included

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I would say buy a £1.50 thermometer and check your temp each morning before you get out of bed, note it down and hey presto, when your temperature drops thats the time.... worked for me and its free.

wendyak;8139195

I would say buy a £1.50 thermometer and check your temp each morning … I would say buy a £1.50 thermometer and check your temp each morning before you get out of bed, note it down and hey presto, when your temperature drops thats the time.... worked for me and its free.



A temperature rise indicates ovulation has occured and a drop usually indicates that the cycle was unsuccessful and occurs around 24hrs before the next cycle begins. It is necessary to track your cycle for several months to predict likely time of ovulation using a Basal thermometer and charting. (Also where did you manage to get a thermometer accurate enough to measure the slight shift in temp for £1.50, cheapest Basal thermometer I can find is online for around £4)

These aren't for everyone but if someone is struggling to concieve then this is a good price for what it is, it's not the cheapest way of tracking fertility and personally I think cheap opks and charting are a much cheaper alternative but for those looking for one of these it's a decent saving, heat added

sorry, rises.......I even timed conception to try to tilt the balance for a boy/girl and was succesful every time.
I know people don't always agree with this method but its free and harmless and worked for me and some of my friends....(and my mum all those years ago).
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A friend of my wifes got the use of one of these machines and all the sticks in conception study she did.

Broxy;8140313

A friend of my wifes got the use of one of these machines and all the … A friend of my wifes got the use of one of these machines and all the sticks in conception study she did.


Huh?

Was she picked by a Pharmaceutical Company as a trialist?
I have seen them ask for people to test these.

Just asked her and she says she thinks it was the Oxford conception study, run by Oxford uni.

About a year and half ago there was a posting on here for a trial - think it was directly through clear blue and my sister signed up. She got the machine for 6 months and 6 months of sticks. I think there were high street vouchers on offer if you conceived in the 6 months or 6 months of free pregnancy tests if you didnt. Only downside she said was collecting samples and having to send them in every few weeks. Might be worth do some investigating to see if there are any trials on at the moment.

Just found the info I sent to my sister - it was a long time ago but there may be new trials. Go to misc and search for fertility - comes up as 1yr 8 months ago.

Did she have any success??

my sister wasnt successful during her trial but to be fair part way through she was moved to an office 2 hours commute (each way) from home and she was under allot of stress but she is now pregnant - due in September after 3 years of trying - I cannot wait to be an Aunty.

Saying that she was very positive about the gadget. It gave her confidence in her own body - I think this was phycolgical because she was being proactive and actually doing something and the main benefit was that she was able to involve her husband - he is a sucker for a gadget. Even though they had talked about how long it was taking before the trial they werent really dealing with the issue jointly - both secretly scared it was their issue. As soon as he had something to focus on he got allot more involved.

Also if I remember correctly the lady who posted the noice about the trial 1yr 8 months ago had got pregnant during an earlier trial.

Hope this helps and good luck to everyone who is trying.

Hyperell;8149998

About a year and half ago there was a posting on here for a trial - think … About a year and half ago there was a posting on here for a trial - think it was directly through clear blue and my sister signed up. She got the machine for 6 months and 6 months of sticks. I think there were high street vouchers on offer if you conceived in the 6 months or 6 months of free pregnancy tests if you didnt. Only downside she said was collecting samples and having to send them in every few weeks. Might be worth do some investigating to see if there are any trials on at the moment.Just found the info I sent to my sister - it was a long time ago but there may be new trials. Go to misc and search for fertility - comes up as 1yr 8 months ago.



I also took part in this trial, and got pregnant on my 1st month doing it (and my 3rd month trying). The £70 vouchers I got at the end of the study were really usefull for buying baby bits, I also got sent a digital pregnancy test to try and given another £10 voucher!

Anyway I found it very easy to use and really liked to know what was going on with ovulation. Good price for this piece of kit.
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