OVUPLAN Dip  7 Ovulation Tests  PLUS 1 Bonus Pregnancy Test

OVUPLAN Dip 7 Ovulation Tests PLUS 1 Bonus Pregnancy Test

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    How does OvuPlan  work? The OvuPlan ovulation prediction kit is a test for detecting an increase of luteinising hormone (LH) in your urine. Normally, about 1 or 2 days before the middle of each menstrual cycle, the level of this hormone will increase suddenly. This is called LH surge. Usually, an egg is released from the ovary 24 to 36 hours after the LH surge. This process is known as ovulation. The released egg can only be fertilised during the next 24 hours or so. Your most fertile time only lasts for a relatively short length of time each month. In order to maximise the chance of becoming pregnant, it is recommended that intercourse takes place within 2 days after you detect your LH surge. How to use the OvuPlan In-Stream test When you are ready to test, remove the test device from the sealed pouch. Remove the cap. Hold the test device by the thumb grip with the exposed absorbent tip pointing downward. Place the absorbent tip in your urine stream until it is thoroughly wet (at least 10 seconds). If you prefer, you may collect a urine sample in a clean, dry cup or container and then dip the absorbent tip of the stick into the sample. After removing the test device from your urine, immediately replace cap over the absorbent tip. Lay the test device on a flat surface with the windows facing upward and begin timing. Read the result after 5 minutes have passed but before 10 minutes have passed (ie between 5 and 10 minutes). Use a timer or watch as reading the result within the specified time is critical. As the test begins to work, you may notice a pink flow moving across the windows. It is important that the background is clear before the result is read. If there is no line in the test window, or the line is lighter than the one in the control window, then you have not begun your LH surge and you should continue to test daily. If the colour of the line in the test window is more intense than or equivalent to the line in the control window, you have detected your LH surge. Ovulation should occur within 24 to 36 hours. Frequently Asked Questions How accurate is the OvuPlan ovulation prediction test? In laboratory studies, OvuPlan has been proven to be 99% accurate. Is timing critical in getting an accurate result? Yes! A timer or watch is suggested to monitor the observation time. The colour intensity of both the test and control lines increases over time. The rate of increase may differ between the two lines. Thus, the test should be read within the specified time (5 to 10 minutes). What time of day can I test? You may test at any time of the day at your convenience, however you should test at approximately the same time each day. We do not recommend use of your first morning urine; you should reduce your liquid intake in the 2 hours before testing. Do I need to compare my daily readings? No! Each daily reading tells you whether you have detected your LH surge. Do I need to use all 7 tests? No! You can stop testing when you detect your LH surge and save the remaining tests for the next month if necessary. What if neither the test line nor the control line appear in the window? Make sure enough urine has been applied to the absorbent tip. If you do not see that the urine has migrated up the membrane through the window, the test is void. Do not re-test using the same test device. What could interfere with my test results? If you are pregnant, have recently been pregnant or have reached menopause, you may get a misleading result. This may also be true if you are taking certain prescription drugs or receiving injections that contain human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) or LH. Will oral contraceptives affect the result? After using the pill, your cycle may be irregular and may take some time to stabilise again. You may wish to wait until you have had two normal periods before starting to use the OvuPlan test. Follow your doctor’s advice on when to best try to become pregnant. I have used all seven tests and I do not see a surge. What do I do? If the LH surge is not detected after seven days of testing, you may have miscalculated your test start date. Since not every woman ovulates mid-cycle, you may not detect the LH surge in the first seven days of testing. This could mean you have not ovulated yet. Continue testing with a second OvuPlan ovulation prediction kit. I have tested for 8 days and I did not see my LH surge. What is wrong? About 90% of ovulating women with regular cycles will see their surge during 8 to 10 days of testing. If you do not, it could mean that you have not ovulated this month (even though you may menstruate). If you are having a short cycle this month, it is possible that you ovulated before you started testing. If you are having a long cycle this month, you may not have ovulated yet. You may continue testing or test again next month. Don’t worry, it’s normal to have an occasional short or long cycle, or to have a cycle without ovulating. If after several months of testing, your LH surge is still not detected, you may wish to consult your doctor. I have used the OvuPlan test for several months, and each month I have seen a surge and have had intercourse that day or night. I have not become pregnant yet. What is wrong? It may take normal, healthy couples more than a few months to become pregnant. There are many factors that affect your ability to become pregnant, even if you have intercourse during your fertile period. If after many months you still have no success, consult your doctor. Since you have been monitoring your fertile period, you will be able to give your doctor a picture of your menstrual cycle. If the OvuPlan test can determine my most fertile time, why can’t I use it for contraception (birth control)? Sperm can survive up to 72 hours (3 days), and this test predicts your LH surge only up to 24 to 36 hours in advance. Therefore, if you have intercourse before you discover your surge, the egg can still be fertilised. When can I find out whether I am pregnant? Pregnosis Early Pregnancy Test is a highly accurate and convenient at-home pregnancy test and is available from most pharmacies. You can begin testing around 7 to 10 days after conception. How can I increase my chances of a healthy pregnancy? To increase your chances of a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby, you should consider the following: Maintain a well-balanced diet Stop smoking and avoid alcohol consumption The first three months of pregnancy are the most important for your developing baby. You should see your doctor immediately for proper care and nutrition counselling.

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    How does OvuPlan  work? The OvuPlan ovulation prediction kit is a test for detecting an increase of luteinising hormone (LH) in your urine. Normally, about 1 or 2 days before the middle of each menstrual cycle, the level of this hormone will increase suddenly. This is called LH surge. Usually, an egg is released from the ovary 24 to 36 hours after the LH surge. This process is known as ovulation. The released egg can only be fertilised during the next 24 hours or so. Your most fertile time only lasts for a relatively short length of time each month. In order to maximise the chance of becoming pregnant, it is recommended that intercourse takes place within 2 days after you detect your LH surge. How to use the OvuPlan In-Stream test When you are ready to test, remove the test device from the sealed pouch. Remove the cap. Hold the test device by the thumb grip with the exposed absorbent tip pointing downward. Place the absorbent tip in your urine stream until it is thoroughly wet (at least 10 seconds). If you prefer, you may collect a urine sample in a clean, dry cup or container and then dip the absorbent tip of the stick into the sample. After removing the test device from your urine, immediately replace cap over the absorbent tip. Lay the test device on a flat surface with the windows facing upward and begin timing. Read the result after 5 minutes have passed but before 10 minutes have passed (ie between 5 and 10 minutes). Use a timer or watch as reading the result within the specified time is critical. As the test begins to work, you may notice a pink flow moving across the windows. It is important that the background is clear before the result is read. If there is no line in the test window, or the line is lighter than the one in the control window, then you have not begun your LH surge and you should continue to test daily. If the colour of the line in the test window is more intense than or equivalent to the line in the control window, you have detected your LH surge. Ovulation should occur within 24 to 36 hours. Frequently Asked Questions How accurate is the OvuPlan ovulation prediction test? In laboratory studies, OvuPlan has been proven to be 99% accurate. Is timing critical in getting an accurate result? Yes! A timer or watch is suggested to monitor the observation time. The colour intensity of both the test and control lines increases over time. The rate of increase may differ between the two lines. Thus, the test should be read within the specified time (5 to 10 minutes). What time of day can I test? You may test at any time of the day at your convenience, however you should test at approximately the same time each day. We do not recommend use of your first morning urine; you should reduce your liquid intake in the 2 hours before testing. Do I need to compare my daily readings? No! Each daily reading tells you whether you have detected your LH surge. Do I need to use all 7 tests? No! You can stop testing when you detect your LH surge and save the remaining tests for the next month if necessary. What if neither the test line nor the control line appear in the window? Make sure enough urine has been applied to the absorbent tip. If you do not see that the urine has migrated up the membrane through the window, the test is void. Do not re-test using the same test device. What could interfere with my test results? If you are pregnant, have recently been pregnant or have reached menopause, you may get a misleading result. This may also be true if you are taking certain prescription drugs or receiving injections that contain human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) or LH. Will oral contraceptives affect the result? After using the pill, your cycle may be irregular and may take some time to stabilise again. You may wish to wait until you have had two normal periods before starting to use the OvuPlan test. Follow your doctor’s advice on when to best try to become pregnant. I have used all seven tests and I do not see a surge. What do I do? If the LH surge is not detected after seven days of testing, you may have miscalculated your test start date. Since not every woman ovulates mid-cycle, you may not detect the LH surge in the first seven days of testing. This could mean you have not ovulated yet. Continue testing with a second OvuPlan ovulation prediction kit. I have tested for 8 days and I did not see my LH surge. What is wrong? About 90% of ovulating women with regular cycles will see their surge during 8 to 10 days of testing. If you do not, it could mean that you have not ovulated this month (even though you may menstruate). If you are having a short cycle this month, it is possible that you ovulated before you started testing. If you are having a long cycle this month, you may not have ovulated yet. You may continue testing or test again next month. Don’t worry, it’s normal to have an occasional short or long cycle, or to have a cycle without ovulating. If after several months of testing, your LH surge is still not detected, you may wish to consult your doctor. I have used the OvuPlan test for several months, and each month I have seen a surge and have had intercourse that day or night. I have not become pregnant yet. What is wrong? It may take normal, healthy couples more than a few months to become pregnant. There are many factors that affect your ability to become pregnant, even if you have intercourse during your fertile period. If after many months you still have no success, consult your doctor. Since you have been monitoring your fertile period, you will be able to give your doctor a picture of your menstrual cycle. If the OvuPlan test can determine my most fertile time, why can’t I use it for contraception (birth control)? Sperm can survive up to 72 hours (3 days), and this test predicts your LH surge only up to 24 to 36 hours in advance. Therefore, if you have intercourse before you discover your surge, the egg can still be fertilised. When can I find out whether I am pregnant? Pregnosis Early Pregnancy Test is a highly accurate and convenient at-home pregnancy test and is available from most pharmacies. You can begin testing around 7 to 10 days after conception. How can I increase my chances of a healthy pregnancy? To increase your chances of a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby, you should consider the following: Maintain a well-balanced diet Stop smoking and avoid alcohol consumption The first three months of pregnancy are the most important for your developing baby. You should see your doctor immediately for proper care and nutrition counselling.

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