200 x Ovulation Strip Tests + 200 x Strip Test Collection Cups
Thanks to our ovulation predictor kit, your pregnancy journey doesn’t have to be complex and unpredictable. These products are designed for home use and help predict whether you will be ovulating soon, so you can plan to have sex at the right time and improve your chances of conceiving.
This package has 200 ovulation tests and 200 urine collection cups, so you will have enough strips and cups to use for several months. The best thing about our products is that they have a long shelf life of over 20 months, so you will get value for your money. Buying bulk ovulation tests also attracts affordable rates, so we create these packages to ensure our customers’ needs are met without overspending.
But before you start using our ovulation predictor kit, you’ll need to know a few things about how they work and when to test to make informed decisions. Here is a clear outline, so keep reading to learn more.
How does an ovulation test strip work?
Our Australian ovulation predictor kits are urine-based test strips that can be used at home for detecting impending ovulation. They work by spotting the luteinising hormone spike in your urine and are sometimes called ovulation predictor kits, OPKs, or ovulation tests.
Fertility2Family has offered our ovulation strip tests in Australia for over ten years. You are purchasing a reliable cheap alternative to the chemist-branded products with the same accuracy level of 99%. With this large pack of ovulation tests, you can successfully track your menstrual cycle and know when you are most fertile to help you get pregnant fast.
Collecting a urine sample in the collection cup provided with an ovulation strip test is best. Remove the ovulation test from the packet placing the absorbent end of the strip on a urine stream for 15 seconds. You will notice the dye travel down the ovulation test. Results will occur in as little as 40 seconds, but a negative result will take 10 minutes. We provided detailed instructions covering all our frequently asked questions about using ovulation tests with our LH test kits.
Using the ovulation predictor kits will allow you to time sex for pregnancy. Once you get a positive result (two dark lines on the test strip window), you should have sexual intercourse for 2 to 3 days. When the luteinising hormone spike is produced, it informs the ovaries that it’s time to send out an egg, so once the test picks up the LH surge, it means you will ovulate in the next 24-36 hours. This is the best time to have sex to increase your chances of falling pregnant.
When is the best time to test for ovulation?
Identifying the ideal time to start doing an ovulation predictor kit will assist you in getting the results quicker. Doing LH tests throughout the month will only lead to the wastage of test strips since ovulation occurs midway through the menstrual cycle. The rule of thumb is to start testing some days before that midpoint of your cycle.
For instance, if you have a 28-day cycle, you will ovulate around the 14th day. So, to know the actual date when the egg will be released, you should use an ovulation predictor kit each day from the 10th or 11th day of the cycle.
Knowing the exact time to start testing will be trickier if you have an irregular cycle. Say you have a 28-day cycle this month and a 35-day cycle the other month; you might wonder what you will do. The first month may have ovulated on the 14th and the second on the 21st.
If you wish to get around this, you may:
- Use the shortest cycle length for the last six months as a guide. If that is the 28-day cycle, ovulation will likely be the 14th day, so you should start testing on the 10th-11th day.
- Consider testing for an extended period so you don’t miss the ovulation day. This is a more reliable technique, and since you have 200 x ovulation test strips, you will not run out of OPKs.
What time of the day is ideal for ovulation testing?
The best time of the day to collect urine samples for you to detect your LH surge with your ovulation predictor kit is between 10 am – 8 pm. Numerous studies have revealed that the luteinising hormone levels in most women are highest during this period. If you test using your first-morning urine, you’ll miss the LH surge because the LH hormone is less concentrated in the morning hours, whether you’re ovulating or not.
How accurate are ovulation predictor kits?
When you use ovulation strip tests correctly, you can be sure of getting 99% accurate results. Your tests will have the best chance if you:
- Take the test at the right time of day (10 am – 8 pm), and do this simultaneously until you get a positive test
- Avoid drinking too much water before testing
- Take time to read the ovulation test instructions before testing
It is essential to note that getting a positive result means that you are likely to ovulate in the next 12 to 36 hours, but it does not guarantee that it will happen or conception will inevitably occur. Therefore if you do not get pregnant even after having sex during the fertile window, you should keep trying until you succeed.
Some medications, like fertility and birth control pills, also cause inaccurate test results, so consult your doctor before taking an ovulation predictor kit.
Why do we include urine collection cups?
We always offer urine collection cups that are designed to make your testing process more straightforward. These urine collection cups will hold enough samples for your ovulation predictor kit whenever you’re ready to test. Our ovulation test collection cups come in different packs of 10, 30, and up to 200, and this kit will come with 200 cups to give you value for your money.
The material we use to make these cups is compatible with the ovulation predictor kits and doesn’t introduce elements that may interfere with the test results. So, you can use the urine collection cups every time you need to test with confidence. Remember to buy more cups separately if you run out.
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