First Response Ovulation Digital Test
1 month supply. Only test to predict ovulation based on your unique LH hormone level. Unmistakable yes/no. Tracks your personal LH level daily. With EasyRead technology. Over 99% accurate (Over 99% accurate in detecting the LH surge in laboratory studies). Contains 1 digital reader and 20 test sticks for a month of testing. First Response unmistakable yes/no digital ovulation test is a highly sensitive test that measures LH surge based on your unique LH baseline, so it detects your surge even if your LH isn't as high as the average. This test features EasyRead technology with simple, straightforward yes and no readouts to take the guesswork out of finding your two most fertile days. You begin testing on day 5 of your period, then you can test daily for the next 20 days. Why test for LH surge? Your two most fertile days begin with the LH surge. Therefore, you are most likely to become pregnant if you have intercourse within 24-36 hours after you detect your LH surge. LH Surge: Yes + means you have detected your LH surge. Try to conceive within the next 24-36 hours. No LH Surge: No - indicates that you have not yet reached your LH surge. Repeat test at the same time the next day. The digital reader will remember your LH hormone level from the previous day. Made in China.
Easy Guide: Detailed instructions inside (in English & Spanish). 1. Must start on day 5 of your period (or spotting). 2. Take test. After inserting test stick into digital reader, hold the tip of the test in urine for 5 seconds. 3. Wait 5 minutes. Test is working. 4. Get Results: Yes + = LH surge - try to conceive within the next 24-36 hours. No - = no LH surge - see step 5. 5. Repeat test at the same time the next day. Test will remember your LH hormone level from the previous day. Store in a dry place below 86 degrees F (30 degrees C).
For in-vitro diagnostic use. Not to be taken internally. Do not freeze. Keep out of reach of children. Not for contraceptive use or gender selection. Do not use this product after expiration date.