iProven Ovulation Predictor Kit - Ovulation Kit with 50 Ovulation Strips and 20 Pregnancy Tests - Early Pregnancy Detection - Easy Dip & Read Test Strips for Home Use - iProven FK-127A
- THE KIT TO TRACK YOUR FERTILITY - Our Ovulation Predictor Kit will help you as a Trying To Conceive Couple to get the insights you’re looking for.
- PINPOINT YOUR OVULATION - When you’re TTC, you want to know exactly what’s going on in your body. Our LH-tests help you to track your ovulation, so you know when is the best time to Baby Dance.
- EARLY DETECTION PREGNANCY TESTS - You can use our pregnancy tests 4 days before you expect your new cycle to start. Our tests are highly sensitive and are able to detect even small concentrations of HCG in your body.
- DIP & READ - That’s all it takes. After collecting your urine, dip the test for 5 seconds. Then wait for 3 minutes, read the results and you know what’s going on.
- 99% ACCURACY - Both our Ovulation and Pregnancy tests are 99% accurate when you follow the step-by-step instructions in our manual.
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iProven’s Ovulation Predictor Kit helps you track your fertility. With 50 ovulation strips and 20 pregnancy strips, understanding your cycle becomes much easier. Here, at iProven, we strive to help you gain insight into your own unique cycle. Fertility awareness will give you a feeling of empowerment and control over your TTC journey.
The Most Accurate Predictor Of your Ovulation
Even if your cycle varies from month to month, your LH surge is always an accurate predictor of your ovulation. Start testing and as the test line becomes darker, you know that your ovulation is approaching. You are within your fertile window. Around this time — the days before your ovulation and the day of your ovulation — you have the highest chance of getting pregnant.
Try Out This Tip!
Take a picture of the result of your ovulation tests and save it with a date and time stamp. This will help you to see the (gradual) increasing darkness of the test line of the ovulation strip. You’ll be able to more accurately predict your ovulation.
Test Like A Pro
Collect your urine in a clean cup. Dip the test for 5 seconds in your urine. Do not dip the test past the max line.
Lay the test strip on a flat surface and wait until the result starts to appear. It takes around 5 minutes. Read the instructions for the exact time.
Positive || (CT)
Negative | (C-)
Invalid (--) (-T)
When do I need to start testing?
Take your average cycle length. 28 days for example. Subtract 14 and you are left with your estimated ovulation day. Day 14, in this case. Start testing around 5 days before the estimated day to make sure that you don’t miss your LH surge.
The pregnancy tests are designed with optimal sensitivity to detect pregnancy before the start of your new cycle. Start testing a few days before cycle day 1. The pregnancy tests are over 99% accurate on cycle day 1.
What is the best time to test?
Test with the ovulation strips twice a day. Once in the late morning. Once in the late afternoon. Test around the same time every day. This will help you to detect your LH surge whether the onset of your LH surge is rapid or gradual.
The best time to test is first thing in the morning. After you wake up, go to the bathroom and test with first morning urine. This urine is most concentrated and it will give the most accurate results.
What do the results mean?
If a single control line appears as the result of an ovulation test, it means you are not fertile. When a second, faint line starts appearing on the test strip, it means your ovulation is approaching within a couple of days. The darker the test line becomes, the closer your ovulation. When the second lin is at its darkest, your ovulation will occur within 12 to 36 hours. Around this time you have the highest chance of getting pregnant.
If a single control line appears as the result of your pregnancy test, it means the test is negative and you are not pregnant. If you started testing before the first day of your estimated new cycle, you can try testing again a few days later. If 2 lines appear on the test — a control and a test line — it means the result is positive and you are pregnant. Congratulations!
Frequently Asked Questions
- When do you ovulate? To understand when you are ovulating, it’s important to know that your cycle consists of 3 phases. The length of the first phase, the follicular phase, can be quite arbitrary depending on several factors, such as stress, lack of sleep, or traveling. Second, the ovulation phase. During this time you are most likely to conceive a baby. And last but not least, the luteal phase. Unlike the follicular phase, this phase is not arbitrary. Most women have a standard luteal phase of 14 days. The standard length of the third phase is the reason why you count backward from your average cycle length to calculate your estimated ovulation day. For example, your average cycle length is 31 days. 31 minus 14 is 17. Day 17 is your estimated ovulation day. On this day, under the influence of numerous hormones, one egg is released by the ovaries. This day and the 5 days before are your fertile window — the time you are most likely to get pregnant.
- How do ovulation tests work? Ovulation strips work by measuring the quantity of Luteinizing Hormone (LH) in your urine. iProven’s ovulation tests will give a positive result when they measure 25mIU per milliliter or more in your urine. The higher the level of LH, the darker the line of the result will be. In the days leading up to your ovulation, the results will become darker and darker until you reach your peak day. Your peak — the day your ovulation takes place — and the day before, you are at your most fertile. If it is your goal to have a baby, it is recommended to have sexual intercourse with your partner.
- What does a positive ovulation test look like? A positive ovulation strip always has two lines. One control line. This line should always be visible. Otherwise, the outcome is invalid. And one test line. If the test line appears, the ovulation test is positive. Depending on several factors, the test line can be dark or faint. The closer you are to your ovulation, the darker the test line will be. During your peak fertility, right around your ovulation, the test line will be darker than the control line. If this is the result of your ovulation test, your ovulation will take place anywhere 12 to 36 hours after the positive result of the test.
Features of iProven’s OPK Ovulation Predictor Kit
- 50 ovulation strips
- 20 pregnancy strips
- 4.0mm width test strips
- Results are over 99% accurate
- Quick results in around 5 minutes
- LH test has high sensitivity levels: 25mIU/ML
- HCG test has high sensitivity levels: 10mIU/ML
- Hygienic packaging with each test strip sealed individually
Size: 50 Ovulation and 20 Pregnancy Test Strips
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The 2nd line is automatically going to appear, whether you’re ovulating or not. The test line (1st line) is what’s important. It has to be equally as dark, or even darker than the 2nd line and that’s when you’re close to ovulation.
For the ovulation test, they indicate on the instruction sheet that what they are testing for is the Luteinizing Hormone (LH) levels to help you determine when your LH is at its highest point. In other words, determine your 2 most fertile days in a month. They indicate that the best time to start testing depends on your average cycle length and provide a table to help you figure it out!
To do the ovulation test, you will have to pee in a cup (not on the stick directly), and dip a small part of the stick for 5 seconds, then lay it flat, and read it 10 minutes afterward, And this is important, we need to ignore results shown 30 minutes after immersion. Why important, you ask? Well, because I kept forgetting to check it before, so be sure to set a timer!
The pregnancy test is straight forward, there are 20 in there that measures Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), which is developed in the placenta and secreted in the urine when a woman gets pregnant. What is interesting to me is that they dub their tests "highly sensitive" as it is geared to measure 20mIU/ml, and as such, detect even the smallest amount of HCG. I'm not sure how specific it is (the rate of false positives), but sensitivity would be something I would seek when choosing a test.
The same thing as with the ovulation test: pee in a cup, dip stick in urine for 5 seconds, lay it flat on a surface, then read results between 3 and 5 minutes after immersion. If negative, double confirm at 10 minutes.
Quite straight forward, easy, and seemingly reliable to use. I have not yet used the pregnancy tests though I have used the ovulation tests, and am quite pleased with what I'm experiencing with this product.
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