For-A Ovulation Test 5'S Ovt200 1214
• Most people use ovulation tests to track ovulation so that they know when the best time is to try for a baby.
• Some people use ovulation testing as a natural form of contraception so that they know when to avoid sex. It is not a reliable form of contraception.
• To determine when to start testing you must first determine the length of your Menstrual Cycle.
• If you are unsure about your cycle length you may begin the test 11 days after the first day of your period as the average cycle length is 28 days.
• Perform 1 test each day over 5 days or until the LH surge has been detected.
• It determines the time of ovulation by measuring the proportion of the hormone LH.
• Accurate, Fast result.
• Easy to use.
How To Use:
• Follow the direction written on the pack.
• Interpretation of results:
- Negative: Only one pink line appears in the control region(C), or Both lines in the control region and the test region appear, but the test line (T) present is lighter than that of the control line (C) in color intensity.
This indicates that no LH surge has been detected or the peak time has already passed, and you should continue daily testing.
- Positive: Two distinct pink lines appear, one is in the test region (T) and the other in control region (C), the test line (T) is equal to or darker than the control line (C) in color intensity.
Then you will probably ovulate in the next 24-48 hours, and if you want to be pregnant, the best time to have intercourse is after 24 hours but before 48 hours.
- Invalid: If there are no pink-purple colored lines visible in both test and control region (T and C ) or there is a pink-purple colored line in the test region (T), but no line in control (C) region.
The test is invalid, It is recommended that the test should be repeated in this case.
Points Of Interest:
• Do not interpret the result after 10 minutes.
• Contains 5 tests.