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It was 2007 when I found out I was pregnant with my (soon-to-be) six year old. I was fresh out of college, working full-time as an executive assistant, doing Bikram Yoga every day and basically, finally getting settled down. Hubster and I were five years into our marriage and not really planning on starting a family. Yet… there I was. Staring at a pee stick knowing full well what the outcome of that first pregnancy test was. I knew so well that the hubster actually recorded the whole process – including waiting the five minutes to see the results. And then me trying to figure out if there was a second line there or not.
Back then, there was no such thing as the Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator. Nope. In fact, I didn’t find out I was pregnant until I was about nine weeks along. Soon after, I was having my first baby shower and trying to figure out if the kid really was going to need so much equipment.
I’ve gotten even worse about keeping track of my monthly cycle and it’s not a rare occurrence for me to be calling my bestie and freaking out about being pregnant again. Every month I go out and get a pregnancy test. I’ve graduated to the fancier ones that straight out tell me “not pregnant.” The Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator does just that. The little box displays in words the result: Not Pregnant; Pregnant 1-2; Pregnant 2-3; Pregnant 3+. Such perfection rather than trying to figure out if there are one or two lines on the pee stick.
The first and only test of its kind in the U.S., the new Clearblue Advanced Pregnancy Test with Weeks Estimator not only tells a woman if she is pregnant, but also estimates the number of weeks (it’s approximately 93% accurate in estimating the numbers of weeks). It’s able to detect levels of the hormone hCG to estimate the number of weeks. Check out how it works!
If you’ve used this particular test, I would LOVE to hear your feedback. Keep in mind that the Clearblue folks may be reading this as well and may use your testimonial (anonymously) outside the blog.
This post is part of a sponsorship with BabyCenter and Clearblue. All thoughts and opinions remain my own.