Do I need to use my first morning urine for the OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips?
We recommend that OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips be used with your first urine in the morning, because that is typically when HCG levels are typically the highest. It is especially important to use the first urine of the day when trying to test for pregnancy very early on. Since HCG levels usually double every 48 hours, the later you test in your menstrual cycle, the less important it becomes that you use the first urine of the day.
How do OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips work?
OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips detect the presence of the pregnancy hormone called Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), which appears in urine very early on during pregnancy. In the early weeks of a normal pregnancy, the concentration of HCG doubles ...
Why are OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips considered "ultra-sensitive"? Is this a good thing?
Nearly all pregnancy tests currently for sale use the same underlying science: the tests are designed to detect levels of the pregnancy hormone (HCG) in a woman's urine. Most tests sold have an HCG detection limit of 25 mIU/mL compared to OVRY™ ...
Do you have to submerge OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips in the urine sample or can you just pee directly onto the test strip?
OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips are designed to be submerged into a urine sample, and not to be used as a midstream test. To achieve optimal accuracy, the test must be used exactly as instructed: each test strip should be submerged into the urine sample ...
Are all urine pregnancy tests including OVRY™ "strip format", the same?
When used correctly, nearly all urine pregnancy tests available for sale in North America, including the “strip format” tests sold by OVRY™, are equally reliable. All tests use the same underlying techniques to detect pregnancy: tests detect the ...
How early can I take an OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strip?
Like all pregnancy tests, the later in your menstrual cycle that you take the test, the more accurate the results. OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strips can be used to detect pregnancy as early as 5 days before the date of your expected period. However, most ...