10 x Ovulation Predictor Kits
Have you been looking for a way to maximise your chances of conceiving whenever you are ovulating? Well, Fertility2Family’s ovulation instream test kits can make things easy for you. We take pride in our ovulation predictor kit because they offer results in 40 seconds, enabling you to know whether it’s an ideal time to try for a baby or not.
One of the unique things our clients notice when they use our ovulation test kits is that they are packaged efficiently for maximum convenience. This means that you will find it easy to use the ovulation predictor kits from anywhere and at any time. What’s more, you don’t have to collect urine samples to use the instream ovualtion test. All you have to do is urinate directly on the ovualtion midstream stick and get results in seconds.
So, whether you are out and about enjoying a date, are in the office, or at home, you can quickly track your fertility using our ovulation predictor kits. After all, fertility tracking plays a significant role in helping most couples who wish to have children, so you can also use these easy home ovulation tests to attain the same goal. They are the easiest and most reliable way to get pregnant when you are ready.
How does ovulation predictor kits work?
Our ovulation predictor kits are designed to detect luteinising hormone (LH) levels in the urine to identify your fertile window. The LH hormone will spike when your ovulation day approaches to push the egg into its final maturity stage. This luteinising hormone spike is known as LH surge. Ovulation occurs about 36 hours after experiencing an LH surge.
If you’d like to increase your chances of conceiving, it’s advisable to have sex two days before ovulation occurs. The good news is that our ovulation predictor kits can detect the LH surge that occurs 12- 36 hours before you ovulate, enabling women to have sex at the right time to get pregnant. So, if you’d like to have conception sex a week before you ovulate, you will need to get the home ovulation test kits you need on time.
These midstream ovulation tests will play a crucial role in your conception journey. With their convenience and ease of use, you will not miss the fertile window of opportunity to get pregnant once you are ready to grow your family.
How to use our ovulation predictor kits
The accuracy of a midstream ovulation test is highly determined by how efficient you are when it comes to following the set directions. So, once you decide to test, be sure to read the instructions on the ovulation predictor kit to avoid making mistakes. Remember, ovulation predictor kits work differently, so you need to follow the directions provided with your order.
All ovulation predictor kits are individually wrapped, so the first step is to remove them from the wrapper and make sure you don’t touch the absorbent area because you could contaminate the sample. This increases the chances of getting unreliable results.
Next, you need to hold the midstream ovulation test under your urine stream the same way you would while taking a home pregnancy test. Once you urinate on the absorbent tip and are sure it’s fully wet, you can put the protective cap on the ovulation predictor kit. Put the LH test stick on a flat surface facing up, and then wash your hands and wait for the results.
Ideally, it would be best to start using the tests approximately a few days before the expected ovulation day. If you don’t know when you ovulate, you will need to use our ovulation chart to help assist when taking an ovulation test during your menstrual cycle.
If you have irregular menstrual cycles, you’ll need to test according to the earliest or latest dates you would expect to ovulate. It is advisable to have several ovulation predictor test strips when you are in this situation.
If you use the ovulation predictor kits for five days, your chance of predicting ovulation will be 80%. If you take the test for ten days, you’ll increase your chances of predicting the fertile window to 95%. This will allow you to know the best time to have baby-making sex.
How do you interpret the ovulation instream test?
Once you take the test, you should wait for about 40 seconds to get the results but up to 10 minutes for a negative ovulation test result. The ovulation kit comes with two lines – the control line and the test line.
The control line is meant to determine if the ovualtion test kit is working correctly. On the other hand, the test line tells if the level of luteinising hormones in your urine and the test line will increase in darkness as you come closer to your peak fertile window.
If you get two coloured lines, and the test line is as dark or darker than the control line, then it means the test result is positive. The lines will appear fast, signifying that you will ovulate in the next 12-36 hours and can plan for baby-making sex if you are ready to have a child.
Negative results are denoted by a single line that appears next to the ‘Control.’ It’s advisable to wait for about ten minutes after taking the test and getting a negative result just to be sure. Sometimes, the chemicals may take longer to develop, so waiting for longer will help you confirm whether the results are negative. The good news is that you can start planning for the next fertility window with confidence after getting a negative result.
Ovulation Predictor Kit FAQs
Is it possible to miss your LH surge window?
Yes. According to studies, 38% of women only have an LH surge that lasts for less than 10 hours. If you choose to use an ovulation predictor kit early in the morning or late at night, you will likely miss your peak, meaning you won’t get a positive ovulation test. Some people assume that they didn’t ovulate once they missed the LH surge, but the truth is that they have already ovulated. For this reason, it’s vital to test at the right time so you don’t miss your LH surge window.
When is the ideal time to take the ovulation predictor kits?
Ovulation tests can be done at any time of the day to check if you’re in the fertile window. The fertility test kits we provide at Fertility2Family come with bulk ovulation tests, so you will be free to test as many times as you need to without running out. Regardless of having many midstream ovualtion tests, it’s still important to maximise their value. This can be attained by syncing your tests with the menstrual cycle. Fertility2Family ovulation test instructions guide can provide the details you require on how to do this, so be sure to read it. If you’re unsure or can’t check the instructions, you can take a test on the 11th day of your cycle, then test daily for five days until you get a positive result.
At what time of the day is the LH surge likely to happen?
Generally, LH surges happen between 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., so this is the most suitable time to use the ovulation predictor kit. We recommend that you test twice a day during the fertile window (the 6-day window that leads to the ovulation) to be able to detect the increase of luteinising hormone in your urine.
Can home ovulation predictor kits be used to check if I’m pregnant?
Technically, you can use ovulation predictor kits to determine if you are pregnant. However, we cannot guarantee that your results will be accurate because the ovulation test kits are not designed to check pregnancy. Therefore, we recommend taking a pregnancy test instead if you suspect that you might be pregnant because a positive home ovulation test result isn’t proof enough that you managed to conceive.
Can ovulation predictor kits expire?
Yes, your at-home ovulation test kits can expire if you do not use them within the specified period. This is why they all come with an expiry date and instructions on keeping or storing them to ensure they do not get damaged before the specified date. The ovulation predictor kit we provide can last up to 20 months, so be sure to use them within this period. It’s also important to remember that they contain living antibodies that deteriorate, hence reducing the accuracy of the test results. There are no adverse health effects associated with using an expired kit for a test, but the results might not be accurate. Therefore it’s not advisable to use expired ovulation tests as their readability will be impaired.
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Take control and learn more about your menstrual cycle and when you are most fertile with a basal ovualtion thermometer (BBT). Using a basal body thermometer will allow you to track your cycle and pick up the small hormone changes that occur around the time of ovualtion.
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