Just read this article below from telegraph newspaper about the new Clearblue digital pregnancy test with conception indicator.
Revolutionary kit takes just three minutes to tell a woman both if she is expecting and when she fell pregnant.
The test by manufacturers Clearblue could end bitter paternity disputes by identifying the number of weeks since conception.
Women use the Conception Indicator in the same way as a normal pregnancy test.
A sensor in the test stick can detect the pregnancy hormone hCG from women’s urine samples.
A digital screen displays either ‘Pregnant’ or ‘Not pregnant’. For positive tests, it also tells users whether they are one to two weeks, two to three, or over three weeks pregnant.
Laboratory trials have shown that the test is 99 per cent accurate in identifying pregnancy and 92 per cent accurate as to time of conception.
Clearblue’s Dr Jayne Ellis said: “As a company, we pride ourselves on providing women with innovative products and solutions that address the issues that are important to their health and well-being.
“This will offer women more valuable information about their pregnancy as soon as the ‘pregnant’ result is confirmed.”