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Ovulation Tests


The Fertility2Family ovulation test kits are an easy, convenient, and reliable method of determining your ovulation and fertility window. These accurate, easy-to-use at-home tests are available in two different styles – ovulation strip tests and ovulation midstream tests – and at affordable price points.

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Knowing your fertility window can help you time sexual intercourse so that your body has the maximum chance of conception. With the convenience and reliability that Fertility2Family’s ovulation test kits provide, understanding and utilising your fertility window has never been more accessible, setting you on a confident path towards conception.

Ovulation Tests

Our ovulation test kits help you track your cycle and increase your chances of getting pregnant. Knowing your body’s ovulation cycle can support your journey to starting a family and increase your chances of conceiving. When you know your most fertile window, you can time sexual intercourse accordingly. An ovulation test can accurately tell you when you are most likely to conceive, taking the guesswork out of becoming pregnant.

Fertility2Family Ovulation Prediction Kits (OPKs) are available in the form of an ovulation strip test and the ovulation midstream test. Buy ovulation tests online with free delivery Australia-wide with us today.

Monitor Your Cycle With a Reliable Ovulation Test Kit

Ovulation tests work by measuring your hormones to predict when ovulation will occur. The tests function by detecting the presence of the fertility hormone Luteinizing Hormone (LH) in your urine. The ‘LH Surge’ is a substantial increase in the level of LH immediately before ovulation. Any home ovulation test’s purpose is to identify this rise, allowing you to pinpoint the date of your ovulation.

Pinpoint Ovulation and Increase Your Odds 

Our advanced ovulation tests will identify a rise in this hormone before you release an egg. Pinpointing ovulation helps to increase your chances of conceiving, as the only time an egg can be fertilised is within the six to 24-hour window that occurs after ovulation. These changes are generally undetectable, which is why an ovulation thermometer is essential. Our blogs contain further information on how ovulation tests work and how to choose which one is right for you.

Affordable At-Home Ovulation Tests in Australia

At Fertility2Family, our easy at-home ovulation tests are quality assured, so you can rely on their accuracy to assist you in your fertility journey. Our low-cost, individually packaged tests are discreet, meaning you can use them when you are at home, at work, or on the go. We are here to support you; all of our products come with a how-to information sheet so you can feel confident when using either of our two types of ovulation tests, midstream tests and strip tests, allowing you to choose the type best suited to your needs.

Buy Ovulation Tests Online

Our cheap, reliable ovulation tests are available to buy individually, in bulk or as part of a value pack. Fertility2Family’s fertility kits provide you with everything you need to begin your conception journey at a great price. Shop online today for fast, free delivery across Australia.

Make your family planning easier and more predictable with Fertility2Family’s reliable and affordable ovulation tests. Shop now and enjoy fast, free delivery across Australia. For more information, get in touch with us.

Ovulation Tests FAQ

When is the Right Time to Take An Ovulation Test?
It’s advised to start ovulation testing a few days prior to your anticipated ovulation date. Ovulation typically takes place around the middle of your menstrual cycle, though it can vary by a few days. The window of maximum fertility each month usually spans from two days before to two days after the egg is released from your ovaries. Sperm have the capability to survive within the body for a duration of up to 5 days. Ovulation tests are designed to predict ovulation by detecting a surge in the luteinising hormone in your body, which typically occurs 24-48 hours before ovulation. Once ovulation has occurred, an ovulation test will not be able to confirm it.
How Many Days After Ovulation Can You Test For Pregnancy?
After ovulation and subsequent intercourse aimed at conception, the most reliable time to take a pregnancy test is generally around two weeks, or 14 days, later. This is due to the fact that following fertilisation, the fertilised egg needs to implant into the uterine lining, a process that takes about 6 to 12 days to occur. Once the implantation is complete, the body starts to produce human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), the hormone that pregnancy tests detect.
How Accurate Are Ovulation Tests?
At Fertility2Family, our ovulation tests are quality assured, resulting in higher accuracy and more reliable results. Our low-cost ovulation tests can effectively identify your most fertile window, simplifying the process of trying to conceive.
Will the Ovulation Test be Positive if I am Pregnant?
Ovulation tests detect luteinising hormone (LH), which surges shortly before ovulation. Pregnancy tests, on the other hand, detect human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), a hormone produced after the implantation of a fertilised egg. While LH and hCG are different hormones, they are chemically similar. Therefore, if you’re pregnant, your body might be producing enough hCG to cross-react with the ovulation test, causing a positive result. However, ovulation tests are not designed or recommended to be used as pregnancy tests. They are less sensitive to hCG, so they may not give an accurate result. If you suspect you may be pregnant, it’s best to use a pregnancy test.
Can I Use Ovulation Tests if I Have Irregular Periods?
Yes, you can use ovulation tests if you have irregular periods, but it might be more challenging to predict when you should start testing. With a regular menstrual cycle, it’s typically easier to predict when this LH surge might happen and, thus, when to start using ovulation tests. If your periods are irregular, the timing of ovulation can be less predictable, and you may need to use more tests or test over a longer period of time to detect your LH surge.
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