20 EXTRA-SENSITIVE Ovulation Tests + 5 Pregnancy Tests
These Zoom Baby Ovulation Test Kits are the ideal choice if you are looking for reliable and cost-effective Ovulation Tests. All Zoom Baby tests are 99.9% accurate at detecting your “LH Surge” – the rapid and short increase in luteinising hormone that can be detected in your urine just before you ovulate.
Features and benefits of Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests:
– Pack of 20 Extra-Sensitive Ovulation Test Kits
– Five FREE Pregnancy Tests when your order this Ovulation Test Kit
– 99.9% accurate Ovulation Test
– 3.5mm wide test strip
– Sensitivity of 20 miu/ml
– long shelf life
– CE marked
– FDA cleared
– Supplied with easy-to-understand instructions.
– Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests should be your choice, even if you have never used ovulation tests before!
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What is an ovulation test kit and what is its function?
An ovulation indicator test kit offers prior warning ahead of time on your ovulation period by taking measurement of the Luteinizing hormone (LH), which is a hormone present in urine. The Luteinizing hormone is produced and increases quite close to an ovulation and also serves as the activator for the ovary to release ovum (eggs). By distinguishing the peak point in the LH levels every month, otherwise called the LH surge, we can distinguish the best time for fertility in a woman’s cycle.
What is an extra-sensitive ovulation test?
An extra sensitive ovulation test is one that detects a woman’s LH surge at a cut-off of 20 mIU/ml. (Our regular tests pick up the surge at 30 mIU/ml. Remember, the lower the number, the more sensitive the test.) Many women with regular cycles and no known problems, prefer the extra-sensitive tests because, the higher the sensitivity, the earlier you will detect if you are about to ovulate.
What time of the day is the most ideal moment to take an ovulation test?
To collect a urine sample for ovulation testing, the most ideal time of the day to do this is generally during mid-day, preferably around 2pm and 2.30pm. This is on account of researches having proven that the Luteinizing hormone to be measured is at its peak point during mid-day, in majority of women. In the event that you carried out the test early at dawn, it is possible you wouldn’t get your LH surge, because the hormone is at a low point at this time of the day.
Why do I have to limit my fluid intake before I collect urine samples for my LH test?
You should limit the amount of liquid you drink for at least 2 hours prior to collecting your urine sample for the ovulation test. This is on the grounds that if the urine sample is excessively weakened you may not get the LH surge, and hence you would miss the first day of your highly fertile period.
How do you use ovulation test strips?
The ovulation test strips or sticks are exceptionally basic and simple to utilize. They measure urine for a hormone known as the Luteinizing hormone (LH) that peaks quickly prior to ovulation, and is likewise the hormone tasked with activating the release of the ovum (egg) from the ovary. This hormone can be found in your urine. The process of the LH tests is to distinguish when this hormone exceeds a specific level that is needed to stimulate ovulation. This abnormal level is called the LH surge.
To utilize an ovulation test strip you only need to collect your urine sample at the right time of day, typically around mid-day for most ladies and after that you stick the urine test strip into the urine sample for a couple of moments and then take it out and lay it down horizontally. You will notice the urine moving across the strip, and you will notice a Control or C line show up. This implies that the test has soaked up sufficient urine. You need to now wait the need time as indicated in the guidelines for the test that you are using, most likely a couple of minutes, and after that you search for a Test or T line to appear. In case the T line is the same as or darker than the C line then the test is positive.
How long is needed before the results show up on my ovulation test?
You can more often than not see the results on majority of ovulation test kits inside 10 minutes. Read the guidelines for the test kit you bought, because the instructions may differ slightly between brands. A positive result won’t vanish, though some negative results may eventually turn positive if left for longer than the time indicated in the directions. In the event that takes place, then this result is not positive. It is recommended that you dispose of the ovulation test kit immediately you read the test outcome so you won’t be enticed to look at it once more.
What does no LH surge mean?
First and foremost, don’t get alarmed. There are a few conceivable reasons for not noticing the LH surge.
- LH surge might be too negligible to possibly be noticed by the LH tests used. It might be better to try a more sensitive LH test.
- Your urine sample may have been excessively weakened. Ensure you limit your liquid consumption for at least 2 hours prior to taking the test.
- You may have done the test at the wrong time and missed the LH surge. The perfect time to carry out the test is around mid-day.
- The test strip might not have soaked up sufficient urine. Ensure that the control line shows up. This means that sufficient urine has been soaked up, for the test to work. In the event that the control line is invisible, immerse the strip into the urine sample once more.
- The LH test used might be defective. Ensure that you make the purchase from a trusted merchant, and that the tests are not expired and have been handled safely.
- You might test at the wrong time during your cycle. For ladies experiencing erratic periods, knowing the right time to test can be extremely hard.
- You might have incorrectly used the test. Ensure that you go through the guidelines prior to conducting the test and make use of a timer.
- You might probably not ovulate that month. This may simply be a rarity, however in the event that it occurs more than once you ought to see your health specialist, as it might imply that you aren’t ovulating and require additional examinations.
- You may as of now be pregnant. There is often a slight chance that you are already with child. In the event that your last period varied from what is regular, or light it might require conducting a pregnancy test.
Why do I ovulate late in my cycle?
How long a woman’s menstrual cycle takes differs from woman to woman. Ovulation takes place 14 days prior to your period. In the event that your cycle is 28 days, this implies that you would ovulate around day 14. In the event that your cycle is 30 days in length, you will ovulate around day 16. Ovulation that takes place after day 21 of the cycle is viewed by health practitioners as late ovulation. There are numerous conceivable reasons for this:
- General medical problems
- Over exercising
- Genetic complications
- Low or excessive weight
- Ovarian issues
In the event that the late ovulation is a rarity, then it is most likely brought about by stress either physical or mental. Be that as it may, in the event that ovulation happens late on a regular basis, this can make it very hard to get pregnant, and may require additional examinations. Consult your health specialist in the event that you are having late ovulation or irregular cycles consistently.
What to do if you are not ovulating?
In the event that you surmise that you are not ovulating, then consult your health specialist because you may be experiencing an ovulatory disorder i.e. you are not ovulating by any means, or only once in a while. The positive news is that ovulatory disorders can be treated. Indications that you may be experiencing an ovulatory disorder are extremely sporadic or rare cycles.
How reliable are ovulation tests?
Urine ovulation tests measure the LH surge that serves as the activator for ovulation to take place. Ovulation for the most part happens 1-2 days later. If correctly carried out, LH tests are about 99% reliable at identifying this LH surge. Nonetheless, this doesn’t ensure that ovulation is going to take place; it merely proves that the LH surge has happened. It is conceivable to have an LH surge but experience no ovulation. For this situation, there is normally an issue having to do with the ovaries that is stopping the release of the egg.
What does a delayed LH surge mean?
Often, the LH surge lasts around 2 to 3 days. In the event that it is routinely extends beyond 3 days then there are quite a few conceivable reasons to contemplate:
- Approaching menopause
It is important to know that if you are utilising ultra-sensitive 20mIU ovulation tests then the LH surge might be identified for longer than if you are making use of the 40mIU LH tests.
How long after having a coiled IUCD removed will I detect an LH surge?
A lot of coils now have a hormone that implies there might be a wait interval in ovulation and before the periods resume. This varies greatly and may require a long wait and when the periods do resume, the cycle might be extremely sporadic in any case. This can make the use of ovulation tests in the months following the evacuation of the IUCD (coil) extremely hard. At times, the periods don’t resume and you may simply discover that you are pregnant.
The control line on my LH test is weak. Does this matter?
The colour of the control line can differ from strip batch to strip batch, and from manufacturer to manufacturer as well as on the time of day you carry out the test and the concentration of the urine. So far as the test line is as dark as or darker than the control line the outcome is certain. To guarantee the outcome is as desired make attempt to dependably test at the right time in the day, and limit your liquid consumption for at least 2 hours prior to conducting the test. The most ideal time of conduct the test is around mid-day, preferably around 2pm to 2.30pm. If you carry out the test at any other time you may totally miss the LH surge. In the event that you are uncertain as to how to read your result please email us a picture and your order number so we can help you out.