Clearblue Digital Ovulation Vs. Internet Cheapies
Has anyone tried both? Which do you prefer? Is it better to start testing with cheapies and use the digital to confirm?
Also I've been seeing quite a few women say you're not supposed to test for ovulation in the morning but the Clearblue tests specifically say to use urine after your longest sleep?
This last cycle I used the Clinical Guard ovulation strips and they worked okay I suppose. We did not get pregnant even though we baby danced when we were supposed to. I'm wondering if the Clearblue advance digital ovulation tests would work better. I do like that it also measures estrogen and can give you your High Fertility days vs just when you're at Peak Fertility.