Is the CBFM worth the money?? Plz lend opinions!

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by angelgirl86, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. angelgirl86

    angelgirl86 Well-Known Member

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    I'm considering buying a clearblue fertility monitor and was wondering is it really worth the money? It looks like a great TTC tool but I want to hear from those who have one, what are your opinions on it? Also where did you get yours? Any help would be appreciated thanks. :)
     
  2. Veronicaco

    Veronicaco Married, 1DD, 1DS

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    I think so, I have only used mine for one cycle but was surprised when I ovulated. I thought I would o later in my cycle so would have missed it otherwise. In hindsight I would recommend getting it from amazon as I found some good deals online after paying over a hundred quid for the kit on the high street. good luck :)
     
  3. Tarkwa

    Tarkwa Mummy to two boys :) xxx

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    Hi angel, I used mine for a year without any joy :(. I peaked all but one cycle if I remember correctly but it didn't get me the BFP I've dreamed of :sad2:. I'm in the UK and bought mine from a local pharmacy store when there was a 20% promotion (£80). I've seen it on a UK fertility site for quite a lot less (£63), and the sticks were just over half the price (£14). Try this link https://www.homehealth-uk.com/medical/clearblue.html - it lets you change the currency to US$ so might work for you! Now that I'm on clomid I've read it can mess with the highs/peaks so I'm using IC OPKs now (and saving A LOT of money - I got mine from the same website as above). Just coming up to O so I've started to check.
    Best of luck hun :hugs:
    xxx
     
  4. angelgirl86

    angelgirl86 Well-Known Member

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    Will be getting my CBFM tomorrow, thanks ladies :).
     
  5. hollyw79

    hollyw79 Well-Known Member

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    They are definitely a great tool as long as you are not taking any fertility meds. If you are taking Clomid or some other things- it gives you false readings but MANY women have success with it! BFP vibes for you! :dust:
     
  6. DollyDolly

    DollyDolly Well-Known Member

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    Angel girl! if your from the uk go to superdrug! For some reason they are selling them for £30! Good luck! X
     
  7. janeybaby

    janeybaby 18 mths TTC BFP 5 Apr 11

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