Clearblue Digital Ovulation Tests - 7 Tests
Maximize the chances of conceiving naturally. Pinpoints your 2 most fertile days. #1 OB-GYN recommended brand. This test detects a hormonal surge (LH, Luteinizing Hormone) in your urine, which occurs prior to ovulation. Make love at any time in the next 48 hours starting from the first 'smiley face' to maximize your chances of becoming pregnant naturally. In a study, the unmistakably clear digital results gave an accurate reading. Over 99% accurate at detecting the LH surge. Hormones are a more accurate predictor of ovulation than Basal Body Temperature, which only changes after ovulation. Contains: 1 test holder; 7 test sticks; 1 English/Spanish insert.
Directions: English and Spanish instructions inside. Read instructions before use. Store at 36-86 degrees F. Do not freeze. For in vitro diagnostic use only (not for internal use). Insert the test stick into the Test Holder. Then, simply hold the tip downwards in your urine stream for 5-7 seconds. Please read enclosed instructions before use.
Warnings: Keep out of the reach of children. Read instructions before use. Certain medications or medical conditions, including but not limited to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) may affect the reliability of this test for predicting ovulation. For details see the enclosed instruction insert or visit our website.
The information provided here at TheOnlineDrugStore is strictly to be used for informational purposes only. The Online Drugstore does not represent or warrant the product details, ingredients and nutritional value, and any other product information to be accurate or complete. Occasionally manufacturers improve or change their product formulas, update labels, and change their packaging. The images presented are also for reference only and may differ from the actual product received. It is recommended that you do not solely rely on the information displayed on this site. For any specific product info or concerns it is recommended that you contact the manufacturer directly. If there are healthcare concerns or questions, please contact your licensed healthcare professional for advice.