What are you bank details for bank deposit payment?
Acct No: 734483072
National Australia Bank
Please ensure you leave your name and order number as a reference.
Why are you tests so cheap?
We purchase out tests in bulk directing from the manufacture, allowing us to pass the savings directly on to you.
Are Fertility2Family tests as good as tests you can buy from the chemist?
Our tests are of the same quality you would find in any Australian chemist. You can read feedback/reviews from our customers on our website.
What payment options do you offer?
Currently we offer Direct Deposit, PayPal and Credit Card payment options.
Pregnancy Test FAQs
How do the tests work?
When can I start testing?
There is no need to wait until you have missed your period to begin testing. You are able to test as early as seven days past ovulation, or 5-7 days before an expected period. When testing early, use first morning urine for best results.
What should I do if I get a positive result?
Please make an appointment to see your doctor to confirm the pregnancy and begin your prenatal care.
What should I do if I get a negative result?
A negative result indicates that the hCG hormone was not detected in you urine, and you are probably not pregnant. If your period is late, we suggest you re-test, and if this test is also negative we suggest you contact your doctor.
The “Test Line” is not as dark as the “Control Line,” am I pregnant?
Yes, you can assume you are pregnant even if a very light test/control line is detected.
Ovulation Test FAQs
How do the tests work?
Our sensitive Ovulation Tests work by detecting the level of luteinizing hormone (LH) in your urine. Before you ovulate, a significant surge of LH will be present
When should I begin testing?
First, you must determine the length of your menstrual cycle. This is the number of days from the first day of your menstrual bleeding to the day before your next bleeding begins again. Please refer to the instructions below to determine when you should start testing.
Ovulation Midstream Product Guide Ovulation Strip Product Guide
The “Test Line” is not as dark as the “Control Line,” am I ovulating?
Unlike Pregnancy Tests, Ovulation Tests are not considered to be positive unless the “Test Line” is as dark as the “Control Line.”
What should I do if I have a very light “Test Line” on my ovulation test?
This may mean you are coming up to your LH surge, or coming down from it. It is possible to get a very light line on your test at any stage during your cycle. It is only considered positive if it’s the same darkness as the Control line.