Updated on 19 October, 2021
When you are pregnant you might be tempted to try a few home pregnancy tests to make sure that you are indeed pregnant. There are many other more reliable ways of testing for your pregnancy. You should make sure that you have a clear blue vision as far as the pregnancy tests are concerned.
So what does that mean? A clear blue test is a diagnostic test that shows whether or not you are pregnant far along in the pregnancy. This can be helpful for the pregnancy physician to diagnose the problem earlier so that treatment can be started. Most doctors will order one of these tests a week along with your first prenatal exam. By checking this far along in the pregnancy a doctor can start early on the problem and be ready to cure it before the problem becomes serious enough to worry about the baby.
The clear blue test is one of the earliest methods that are used for testing pregnancy. It is a digital thermometer that has a probe that is touched flat against the inside of the womb. If the temperature of the blood begins to raise, that means that there is an ovulation happening somewhere in the woman's body. The rise in temperature also means that the endometrial wall is breaking down and the implantation of a fertilized egg is about to occur. Most doctors use a digital pregnancy test about three to six weeks into the pregnancy.
The clear blue display of the digital thermometer can give the woman a reading of BMR or the basal body rate. These are the initial measurements of pregnancy that are taken. They show that the woman is well below the ideal weight for her height and body frame. These are often taken by women who choose to start their period when they start to find out that they are pregnant. If these pregnancy tests show that the BMR is beginning to rise, then there are many weeks for the pregnancy to go along without any visible signs.
This kind of pregnancy test works by checking for the absence or presence of a clear or brownish evaporation line on the inside of the womb walls. Usually the woman is injected with a small amount of listerine or some other strong antiseptic that breaks down the membrane of the membrane inside the uterus. This evaporation line is actually the clearest sign that an embryo is present inside the woman's body. A negative result indicates that the embryo has not yet developed.
The Clear Blue Test has proven to be accurate in determining the exact date of conception. It is also very useful for the woman who has already given birth and wants to know if she is pregnant yet. It is the fastest way to determine the pregnancy condition within five weeks after the end of your last period. It can be used as a confirmatory test after taking a pregnancy test in the absence of a saliva-based pregnancy test. The test can be used as a guide if you are about to undertake a pregnancy test on your own, or if you want to know the correct time for conception.
These tests are highly sensitive and work very quickly. They give results within seconds when you take them right away. So if you have taken a saliva-based test, the results will be out within minutes. The results are also 99 per cent accurate because of the fact that the technology has been developed using a completely unique methodology.
The Clear Blue Test has assisted many women to accurately determine their pregnancy status even though they might have missed their periods or may not have given birth. This is because the absence of a clear line on the inside of the uterus indicates that the embryo is not developing. The faint line on the other hand indicates that the developing embryo is being enveloped by the fluid surrounding it. Therefore a positive result is almost certain when this line is present.