Midstream Ovulation Tests & Midstream Pregnancy Tests
If you’re searching for a way to simplify your pregnancy journey and enhance your chances of conceiving, you should consider buying our midstream one-month fertility kit.
At Fertility2Family, we take pride in our fertility products because they have helped millions of women in Australia & worldwide attain their pregnancy goals quickly. So if you’d like to get reliable products to make your conception journey easier and more manageable, you should get this one-month fertility pack. It contains:
- 30 x Midstream ovulation tests
- 10 x Midstream pregnancy tests
- 1 x ovulation thermometer
- Downloadable temperature tracking charts
With this one-month fertility kit, you’ll be completely ready to start trying to conceive!
Besides, you won’t have to spend and fortune since the kit comes at an affordable price. All the ovulation and pregnancy tests in this kit are individually packaged to ensure they can provide quality results whenever you test. We recommend that you adhere to the outlined instructions to avoid getting false results.
Let us look at the role of each product in this fertility kit and how they can help you increase your chances of conceiving.
Midstream ovulation tests
Our midstream ovulation kits are designed to detect a luteinising hormone in the urine. The levels of this hormone usually increase significantly halfway through the menstrual cycle and trigger the release of an egg from one of your ovaries. After testing, getting a positive result means that you are experiencing an LH surge, and ovulation will occur in the next 24-36 hours.
Since a positive result signifies that you are within your most fertile days, it’s advisable to have unprotected sex during this period to increase your chances of getting pregnant. This is vital since an egg can only be fertilised in the fallopian tube (which takes 6-24 hours). A good rule of thumb is to start having sex five days before ovulation and on the ovulation day. Sperm can last up to 5 days in your body, so if they are already waiting for the egg, the chances of conceiving will be higher.
How to use ovulation predictor kits
Since you expect to get accurate results each time you use an ovulation test, it’s crucial to abide by the manufacturer’s instructions on how to test. You are expected to test between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.; the levels of the luteinising hormone are highest during this time, not in the morning. Testing during the morning hours will increase the chances of getting a negative result even when the levels of the luteinising hormone are spiking. This means that ovulation will occur, and you may not know. Also, ensure you don’t take a lot of fluids before testing to avoid diluting the urine.
How to interpret ovulation test results
Two colour bands (test and control bands) indicate a positive result. The test band needs to be as dark or darker as a control band, and When you receive a positive ovulation test, you will be ovulating within the next 24 to 36 hours after getting a positive result.
A negative result will occur if you see two lines, but the test band is less intense than the control band, or it’s not seen. This means the luteinising hormone levels are normal, and you are not having an LH spike, so you should keep testing to get a positive result.
Invalid results occur when no control line appears within a few minutes of doing the test. Ignore this result and repeat the test using a new device.
Midstream pregnancy test
This device checks the presence of the human chorionic gonadotropin in your urine, also known as the pregnancy hormone. Before you conceive, a concentration of this hormone is usually low, but the levels increase dramatically after implantation. Fertility2Family midstream pregnancy tests can detect hCG hormone levels even during the early days of pregnancy. We recommend that you test first thing in the morning if you’re testing before missing your periods.
Testing with our midstream pregnancy test device is pretty straightforward. You need to expose the absorbent tip of the device to a stream of urine for a few seconds and ensure the stick absorbs enough urine. Then, place the device on a flat surface and wait for the readings. A positive result will occur in as little as one minute, but we recommend waiting until the reaction is complete, as indicated in the pregnancy test instructions. Do not interpret test results after 5 minutes.
Two lines mean that the result is positive, so you are pregnant. One line means you’re not pregnant or there isn’t enough hCG hormone in the urine yet. We recommend waiting for at least 48 hours before you repeat the test.
If you don’t see lines, the result is invalid. Consider testing again with a new device.
An ovulation thermometer is a device that will help you determine your ovulation days so you can have sex when you’re most fertile to boost your chances of conceiving.
The ovulation thermometer has unique features to make your experience easier over the months. Its beep signifies that the temperature has been read successfully, while the memory function records the results so you can read them later on and record them on a chart. The device also has an automatic shutoff that preserves battery life once you’ve taken the reading. You won’t have to worry about turning the device off after taking a reading. We also provide a plastic travel case for keeping the thermometer safe.
How do you use an ovulation thermometer?
Once you wake up, place the ovulation thermometer in your mouth and wait until you hear the beep. Remove the device and continue sleeping or start your day. The memory function will kick in immediately to save the test results, allowing you to read them later. The device will also shut off to preserve battery life. Record all your readings in a chart to compare the temperature highs and lows and determine when you ovulate.
How do I chart my basal body temperature?
Our BBT chart is designed to detect fluctuations in basal body temperature, which usually occurs within your menstruation cycle in a few months. If there is a slight increase in your basal body temperature, it signifies that you have ovulated. Having this information mapped out on a downloadable chart will assist you in determining when you’re most likely to conceive. Of course, you can track your BBT using a paper chart, but you could easily lose it, hence losing vital information. This is why we provide a downloadable basal body temperature chart to help you record your reading over the months and interpret them correctly.
How Do You Use a BBT Chart to Pinpoint Ovulation?
Using a BBT chart is pretty easy, but you must be patient and dedicated to recording the readings of 2+ months. You must use our thermometer, specially designed to record temperature changes to a tenth of a degree. The temperature readings are usually taken immediately after waking up, before doing any activity. Ensure you get at least 3 hours of sleep before taking the test to get a more accurate reading.
You’ll simply need to place the thermometer in your mouth and wait until you hear a beeping sound – the reading is complete. Make sure you take the readings while you’re still lying down, and do not take a sip of water, sit up or even talk to anyone until you’re done. Then you will need to start recording all your temperature readings on the downloadable chart we have provided. Your BBT will rise about half a degree immediately after you ovulate, so if this increase remains steady for the next three days or more, you can conclude that you have ovulated.
After a few months of recording the readings, you will notice a temperature lows and highs pattern. This information can be used to predict when you will ovulate in the next cycle so you can plan your sex schedule accordingly. Ovulation usually occurs two to three days before the basal body temperature rises. If your basal body temperature increases on the 16th day of the cycle, you’re ovulating on the 14th or 15th day.
Make sure you plan to have unprotected sex on the days that you are ovulating. You can even give yourself extra insurance when you have sex 1-2 days before or after ovulation. Remember, sperm can hang around for five days waiting for an egg to be released from the ovaries.
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