Do you have to submerge OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strips in the urine sample or can you just urinate directly onto the test strip?
OVRY™ Ovulation 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 up to the “Max” line. Urinating into the sample cup does not alter the concentration of LH at all and will not alter the results of the test.
How accurate are OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strips? Are they the same quality as the tests available for sale at the pharmacy? Are all ovulation tests (including OVRY™ "strip format") the same?
When used correctly, OVRY™ Ovulation Strips are over 99% accurate. OVRY™ products offer the same accuracy and quality as the tests available from pharmacies. Most ovulation tests (also known as Ovulation Prediction Kits, or OPKs for short), including ...
How do OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strips work?
OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strips are rapid and convenient ovulation tests. Each strip detects the presence of the ovulation hormone, called luteinizing hormone (LH), helping to predict ovulation which occurs after a surge of LH.
When is the best time of day to take my urine sample for use with an OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strip?
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.
What age range are OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strips appropriate for?
Any woman who has reached puberty and is not yet in menopause, can use OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strips.
How do I read my OVRY™ Ovulation Test Strip result?
Please refer to the Instructions for a diagram to supplement the following result descriptions: POSITIVE: Distinct pink-colored line appears in the control and test regions, and the test line (T) is equal to or darker than the control line (C), ...