Ovulation Test – Urine Dip Test
- The LH ovulation test is a fast and accurate way to test for ovulation.
- Clear results so you can determine your fertility window
- Ovulation urine dip tests use the lateral flow assay (LFA) technology.
- Easy to use with 99% accuracy
- The reaction time of most urine dip tests is as low as 5 minutes.
- Here at 12 Panel Now, we encourage those concerned about their test results to speak to their Primary Care Doctor for more insight regarding their pregnancy
- Forensic use only
What is an LH Test?
Ovulation Test is a qualitative test used to predict an LH surge, which experts consider to be a reliable way by WHO.
Also, the Luteinizing hormone increase triggers ovulation when the egg is released periodically from normal fertile women in the middle of the menstrual cycle.
Ovulation will occur after 24-48 hours following a positive test. It is for over-the-counter (OTC) use.
How to Use Ovulation Tests?
LH Dip Test Procedure
- First, remove the ovulation test from each sealed pouch and use it as soon as possible. For best results, perform the ovulation test within one hour.
- Second, hold the ovulation test by the end, where you can see the label. To avoid contamination, do not touch the test membrane.
- Third, dip the ovulation test in the urine specimen for at least 10-15 seconds. Do not immerse past maximum line (MAX) on the test.
- As the test begins to work, the color will migrate across the membrane.
- After the pregnancy urine dip test has finished running, remove the test from the specimen and place it on a non-absorbent flat surface. Start the timer and wait for the colored band(s) to appear.
- Finally, read the result at 3 minutes. Do not interpret the result after 10 minutes.
How to Read Ovulation Tests?
LH Ovulation Test
The LH ovulation test is one of the most effective ways to detect ovulation as a home test or for clinical use.
This test kit is 99% accurate and is designed to detect levels of lh (luteinizing hormone lh) in urine. The reaction time of most dip tests is as low as 5 minutes.
If there are any health concerns we recommend speaking to your primary care physician for more information.
Does LH Surge Mean You’re Ovulating?
The LH Ovulation urine dip tests from 12 Panel Now are designed to detect LH levels in the urine. LH levels start to surge around the time when ovulation is about to start.
Ovulation takes place in the middle of the menstrual cycle, which will start on the first day of the period.
The LH Ovulation test is meant to detect these levels and bring awareness to those who are trying to conceive.
Ovulation is the time when a mature egg is released from the ovary. This is the time intercourse may take place for those who are trying to conceive.
What is Ovulation?
Ovulation is the time when a mature egg is released from the ovary. At this point, the egg will move down through the fallopian tube where it can be fertilized.
Can You Get Pregnant When You’re Not Ovulating?
This is a question that many are concerned about. According to flohealth:
It is not possible to get pregnant in a cycle without ovulation. This is because in this type of cycle, no egg is available to be fertilized by sperm. There are treatments available that can trigger a woman’s body to release a mature egg that allows for conception
How Do Ovulation Urine Tests Work?
12 Panel Now’s Ovulation tests use the lateral flow assay (LFA) technology.
- detects substances in complex mixtures like urine
- made up of membranes infused with specific chemicals that help pinpoint the presence of specific drugs in pee
All you need to do is to dip this easy home ovulation test into the urine, then wait for a few minutes. This gives the test enough time to absorb the urine. Finally, read the results.
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How Accurate are Ovulation Tests?
12 Panel Now’s ovulation urine tests are 99% accurate. So, you can be sure of precise, reliable testing each time.
How Often Do You Use LH Urine Dip Tests?
It depends on your monthly cycle.
If you have a regular cycle, you can use the LH dip tests a couple of days before ovulation. That’s roughly on the 12th – 16th day of your cycle, if you have 30-day cycle.
However, you’ll need to use them more frequently if you have an irregular cycle.
When Should You Use LH Urine Tests?
Ovulation typically occurs halfway through a woman’s monthly cycle. So, if you have a 30-day cycle, you can start testing on the 12th day.
If you have an irregular cycle, however, you’ll need to get the average length of your previous cycles. Then, start checking on the 10th to 16th days of your cycle.
Ovulation Dip Tests Not Working. What Can I Do?
An ovulation test is supposed to predict when your fertile days are. If you see two lines, it means your fertile days will happen in about 2-3 days. A single line means negative.
If no lines show, it means an invalid result. When this happens, you have to repeat the test.
How to Read Ovulation Dip Test?
Reading an ovulation dip test just became easier with 12 Panel Now.
A positive result shows two lines. On the other hand, you only see one line if your result is negative.
Ovulation Dip Tests are Getting Darker. What Does This Mean?
If your ovulation test turns darker, it’s a sign of an LH surge. At this time, you can start having sex to get pregnant.
Is Monitoring Cervial Mucus are Reliable Way to Check Ovulation?
Cervical mucus is a type of vaginal discharge during non-period days.
Throughout a woman’s monthly cycle, cervical mucus varies in texture and appearance. It can be wet, dry, thick, elastic, or creamy.
For some women, monitoring cervical mucus is a good and reliable way to check ovulation.
However, for women with cervical disorders, this doesn’t work. It’s because their cervical mucus doesn’t change during ovulation.