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 women do not have enough HCG in their urine at that time to produce a positive test result. That’s why we recommend you wait until the date of your expected period before testing, in order to get a result that is over 99.7 % accurate.
How do I read my OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strip result?
Please refer to the Instructions for a diagram to supplement the following result descriptions. POSITIVE: Two lines appear. A clear pink-colored band appears in the control region (C) and another detectable test line, the intensity of which can vary, ...
Can drinking too much liquid affect my OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strip result?
Yes. For women trying to test for pregnancy early on (before their expected period), it is especially important to limit the amount of liquid intake a few hours before testing, as drinking too much liquid can dilute the concentration of HCG in the ...
I have no idea when my next period is due or I have very irregular or infrequent periods. When should I take an OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strip for the most accurate results?
If you aren't sure when your next period is due and to ensure the most accurate result, we recommend using an OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strip 18 days following intercourse.
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 ...
Can medications or medical conditions affect OVRY™ Pregnancy Test Strip results?
Yes. Aside from pregnancy, a number of conditions such as trophoblastic diseases, proteinuria, hematuria, choriocarcinoma, and ovarian teratomas can cause elevated levels of HCG. Therefore, a positive HCG test alone should not be used to diagnose ...