Ovulation Test Kits
TestCountry's ovulation test kits offer an inexpensive and effective way to monitor fertility in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
If you are trying to become pregnant, TestCountry can help by providing you with top quality ovulation test kitsat discounted prices. You'll be able to predict your peak of fertility with any of our ovulation predictor test kits.
We currently offer two types of tests for ovulation:
Ovulation Strip Test: Our ovulation test strips are the most affordable in the marketplace and provide 99.9% accuracy.
Ovulation Midstream Test: Ovulation midstream tests are the easiest to use. The midstream tests can be used right in the urine stream and there is no need to measure a sample.
Our ovulation test kits are:
- Convenient : Rapid and accurate results at the ease, comfort, and privacy of your home
- FDA cleared and greater than 99% accurate: The Ovulation tests kits we offer at TestCountry are fast and easy to use, and 99% + accurate . They are qualitative tests that can predict when there is a LH (luteinizing hormone) surge, and in turn, when you are likely to ovulate .
- Easy to use
- Fast Results
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How do ovulation tests work?
A sudden surge in the level of LH causes ovulation. LH is always present in the body but in smaller amounts than are seen just prior to ovulation. Around the middle of the menstrual cycle, the pituitary gland releases more LH than any other time of the cycle. The LH surge can last from 1-3 days. Most people will ovulate 12-48 hours after the LH surge is detected; most common is 36 hours after the actual surge. The surge in LH can usually be detected in the urine 8-12 hours after it occurs in the blood.
Additional Information about Ovulation Test Kits
Ovulation is the release of a single and mature egg from the ovarian follicles. A mature ovum, still undergoing final mitotic divisions, is released by the ovaries every month which gets expelled into the pelvic cavity and finally enters the fallopian tube. Once an egg is released, it is ready to be fertilized by the sperm.
A fertilized egg rapidly undergoes cellular divisions and forms a blastocyst, an early stage embryo, which is implanted into the uterus wall and that characterizes the pregnancy.
If an egg doesn't meet its male counterpart and remains unfertilized, it is passed out from the reproductive tract during menstrual bleeding.
Ovulation tests detect the ovulation hormone - luteinizing hormone (LH), which rises or 'surges' 24-36 hours before a female ovulates. These tests are based on LH-specific antibodies labeled with specific dyes. The ovulation testing can also be done by examining saliva under a microscope, as during ovulation saliva begins to form a distinct fern-like pattern due to an increase in salt and estrogen levels. In this test, a drop of saliva is taken onto a lens and the dried sample is seen through the microscope. A ferning, crystal-like pattern confirms that either the women is about to ovulate or the ovulation has already taken place.