You can now call the advisors at the Clearblue Careline for expert help with Clearblue pregnancy and fertility tests.
No matter the outcome, taking a pregnancy test is an emotional experience, and the result should be something you share on your own terms. However, as a blind or low-vision woman or couple, sharing this information in the exact way you would choose can be difficult.
As a woman, I know just how important it is to be able to claim your body and own your information. I believe being able to do things the way you choose to is a right. Together with Clearblue, we at Be My Eyes are aiming to give power back to blind and low-vision women and couples - making sure they are fully informed and ready before involving others in their personal matters.
From today, using the Specialized Help function on Be My Eyes, you can call the expert advisors on the Clearblue Careline, if you need help reading their pregnancy or fertility tests or have questions about their products.
For over 30 years, Clearblue has helped millions of women across the globe by delivering accurate & clear answers at life-changing moments. Whether trying to get pregnant or thinking they may already be pregnant, Clearblue has been a pioneer in providing women with innovative products to manage their reproductive life.
When calling Clearblue through Be My Eyes Specialized Help, they recommend using a digital test, as this shows results for a minimum of 24 hours. Your expert Clearblue advisor is happy to help read line tests, just remember that it is critical that they see the test within the first 10 minutes after it has been taken, as the results are not valid after this time.
The Clearblue Careline is ready to take your Be My Eyes call Monday through Friday from 7:00am until 10:00pm BST. The Clearblue service is available globally, and they can currently support calls in English language.
We hope that adding the Clearblue Careline to Specialized Help will allow you to feel more in control in those life-changing moments – giving you privacy and choice over how, when and with whom you share your news!
Cecilie Skou Andersen,
Communications Officer at Be My Eyes