Top positive review
Best ovulation test strip, must have for pregnancy preparation.
Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2020
Ok sisters. I am grateful that some of the good reviews that led me picked this test strips. So I need to give mine to let more people see. This test strip is easy to use, well packaged and fast delivered. Most important, it's accurate. I got pregnant after using the test strip for 3 cycles (first pregnancy as well!) I am going to share some medical research from fertility specialists and give you a tutorial about how to use this tool the best to predict your ovulation.
If you are like me using cycle prediction/ menstrual period app and try to rely on those calendar to determine your ovulation day, put that away. A fertility doctor collected about 30-40 menstrual cycle apps on the market and found that only less than 10% of them is making the right prediction. Plus women ovulate on different cycle days, even same person will ovulate on different days of each month. Using the test strip will tell you when your LH peak and within 12-36 hours your body will ovulate.
Let me tell you how to use LH strip the best.
Start testing once you finish your period- so you get a clear picture how is LH looks like in your body on a typical cycle. In the picture you will see I stared testing on cycle day 8 and all the way to CD 22, my peak happened on CD 15 accompanied CD 14 and CD 16 half way elevated LH level. I also snap a photo with the test results within 10 minutes on "Premom" which I highly recommended too. The dye on the test strip will fade and became inaccurate, using a mobile app will help you capture the correct moment for the test result. In the app picture, you can see how dark this test strip is registered and it's accurate enough to tell the T/C ratio. I try to do the test same time everyday and once my T/C ratio is higher than 1.0, I test again 5-10 hours later to see if it continue to rise or drop low until the peak showed.
Then the following months, given the peak is on different day but the hormone pattern appeared to be similar. If you have BBT you can track that as a supporting data. I really wish I found this tool earlier. :)