Ovry® Ovulation Test Strips are great if you want to: conceive, avoid pregnancy, improve cycle monitoring and predictions, and/or become more in tune with your fertility and hormones. Ovry® tests are compatible with all test-interpretation and cycle tracking apps, including the Premom App.
Ovry Ovulation Test Strips are rapid and convenient ovulation tests. Each strip detects the presence of the ovulation hormone called the Luteinizing Hormone (LH), helping to predict ovulation (which occurs after a surge of LH). The test is designed for people with uteruses and is intended for at-home use only. Each test provides a visual, qualitative result. How do Ovry Ovulation Test Strips detect ovulation? Luteinizing hormone is always present in a woman’s urine. LH Surge dramatically just before a woman's most fertile day of the month in a process commonly referred to as the "LH Surge." This LH increase triggers ovulation, the process during which an egg is released from a woman's ovary. Because the egg can only be fertilized between 6 to 24 hours after ovulation, detecting ovulation is very important. The detection limit for these LH tests is 30 mIU/ml LH. Urine samples with LH concentrations of 30 mIU/ml or greater will induce a positive result. How to best use Ovry Ovulation Test Strips? If possible, it is encouraged to limit liquid intake 2 hours before testing urine to avoid diluting concentrations of the luteinizing hormone. For best results, testing should be done at approximately the same time each day and testing should be AVOIDED first thing in the morning and anytime during the night. Best time of day to take the tests Unlike pregnancy tests, you should AVOID taking ovulation tests with the first urine of the day.
The best times to test are between 10:00am and 8:00pm. If testing twice a day, it is recommended to test at least 8 hours apart. When to start testing To find out what day to begin testing, first determine the length of your normal period cycle. The length of one cycle is from the beginning of one period (the first day of bleeding) to the day before the beginning of the next cycle. The first day of bleeding or spotting is counted as day one (1). If the cycle length is irregular, that is, if it varies by more than a few days each month, take the average number of days for the last 3 cycles. Use the chart below to determine the day you should begin testing. For more help, visit us online at: www.myovry.ca. Intended use Example Using the chart above, if the length of your average cycle is 30 days, you should begin testing for ovulation 14 days after the start of your last period. How to recognize the LH surge Please carefully review the “Reading the Results” section to ensure that you are interpreting the results correctly. A LH surge can last from one to three days depending on your cycle and other biological factors. When to stop testing Stop testing once the LH surge is detected unless specified by your doctor.
Package Contents: Pouches (contain: test strip, desiccant) A clean, dry plastic container to collect the urine sample Test instructions Other required materials (not provided) Timer (watch, clock or smart phone) Precautions Do not swallow. This test is for external use only. Do not use after the expiration date shown on the pouch. Do not reuse. Strips are for single use only. Do not use if the pouch seal or its packaging is compromised. Keep out of children’s reach. When and How to Collect Urine Urine may be collected in any clean and dry plastic or glass container. The best t