|Ovulation and Pregnancy Test Instructions
Instructions for Taking and Interpreting hCG Pregnancy Tests
Pregnancy Tests detect the presence of the hormone hCG in a woman's urine. The Pregnancy Test Strip detects hCG in urine for the early diagnosis of pregnancy. Elevated levels of hCG as low as 20 mIU/ml can be detected within 3 to 5 minutes. Expectedn Normal values of urine hCG levels during pregnancy are estimated to be 10-30 mIU/ml hCG at 7-10 days past ovulation..
Instructions for Taking and Interpreting LH Ovulation Tests
Ovulation Tests will help you determine time when you are most able to become pregnant. Luteinizing hormone (LH) in elevated quantities causes ovulation.
Instructions for Saliva Ovulation Tests
Saliva Ovulation Tests will help you determine time when you are most able to become pregnant by detecting the increase in estrogen that takes place prior to ovulation. Click here to read about Ovulation Microscopes (with FAQ)
Tips for Using a Fertility Monitor
A fertility monitor (specifically referring to the ClearBlue or ClearPlan monitor) uses two hormones to determine when you are most fertile. In fact, the monitor indicates low, high, and peak fertility times. To read more about how the monitor works, please click here.