PREGMATE 50 Ovulation Test Strips LH Surge Predictor OPK Kit (50 LH)

January 23, 2019 - Comment

About PREGMATE One Step HCG Pregnancy Test Strips:PREGMATE Pregnancy (HCG) test measures the levels of the pregnancy hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) in your urine. This hormone is produced by the cells of the embryo that will later form the placenta. The level of HCG starts to increase from its basal level of less than

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About PREGMATE One Step HCG Pregnancy Test Strips:
PREGMATE Pregnancy (HCG) test measures the levels of the pregnancy hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) in your urine. This hormone is produced by the cells of the embryo that will later form the placenta. The level of HCG starts to increase from its basal level of less than 5 mIU/mL directly after implantation, and doubles about each 48 hours during the first weeks of pregnancy.

About PREGMATE One Step LH Ovulation Test Strips:
The LH (Luteinizing Hormone) which is in the urine of normal women will increase dramatically in the middle of the menstrual cycle. The LH increase triggers ovulation which is when the egg is released periodically from Normal fertile women. Ovulation will occur after 24-48 hours following a positive test. PREGMATE One Step Ovulation Urine Test is a qualitative test used to predict when there is a LH surge, and in turn, when you are likely to ovulate.

Did you know?
The most fertile days are 1 and 2 days before ovulation. The chance of getting pregnant on the day of ovulation is less than 1 in 10.
With ovulation prediction, the average couple under 35 is pregnant in less than 3 months, especially if they’ve had sex at the right time every cycle.
Most overdue babies aren’t overdue at all, just the product of late ovulation, and that can lead to needless interventions. Knowing when you are going to ovulate will tell you exactly when you need to have sex to conceive quickly as well as will tell you exact due date.
There is a common myth that women always ovulate on day 14. In reality ovulation can happen from as early as 7 days after you get your period to 40 or more days afterward.

Ovulation Symptoms are:
Cervical mucus changes
Rise in basal body temperature
Saliva ferning
LH levels in urine
Slight spotting
Ovulation pain
Breast tenderness
Cervix position changes

Product Features

  • Easy to Use, Accurate and Highly Reliable Ovulation (LH) Test Strips. Gives women a greater chance of detecting their fertile days, even if their cycle lengths are variable
  • Earliest detection, greatest sensitivity level – 25 mIU/mL (FDA Standard). Over 99% accurate at detecting your LH surge
  • Easy To Test : Immerse the strip into the urine. Take the strip out after 3 seconds. Lay the strip flat. Read results in 5 minutes
  • All tests FDA approved. Each test is sealed in individual pouch

Comments

Anonymous says:

Extremely Accurate These test strips are spot on with the Clear Blue Digital Ovulation test. I use both just as a peace of mind. You will always have two lines, as there is always LH in your system. However, when you have an LH surge, the second line will be either the same color as the control line or even darker, like in my picture. My ovulation is never at the same time, so being able to use these with the Clear Blue and them being correct is comforting. Because these are so affordable, you can keep testing…

Anonymous says:

Be patient- you’ll know when it’s positive! I was starting to get frustrated because I was getting two lines every day I tested (the test line was varying levels of lightness). Some days I would wonder if that test was “the day” but I couldn’t be sure. Well, other reviewers were not wrong- when it’s positive, you’ll know! Tonight I watched that test line turn dark red before the control line even appeared!

Anonymous says:

Here’s some more info The LH surge is supposed to occur around 8am. The LH then takes about 4 hours to show up in your urine, so be sure to test in the early afternoon to find it. Ovulation then takes 12-24 hours, meaning 8pm the same day, and no longer than 8am the next morning. But the egg can only live for 12 hours, so you must assume that Ovulation has occurred at 8pm the same day as the LH surge or you can miss your fertile time, because the egg might no longer be viable by 8am the next day. So you must have…

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