Inevitably when trying to conceive you may be looking for ovulation tests and pregnancy tests. Back when I was TTC, I would literally stock up on these things. We offer them at such a good price you can stock up without breaking the bank.
The choices are a test strip that can be dipped into urine or a cassette, where you are provided a dropper. With both test types you will need to collect the urine in a cup. The strip can be dipped and the cassette can be used with the dropper.
The LH (or ovulation) tests are used to detect ovulation some 24-72 hours in advanced. The hCG (or pregnancy) tests detect 25 mIU of hCG. This can be produced start from around day 8 after ovulation, but may be as late as day 12. The earlier you test, the more likely you may see a false negative. If you see a negative when testing early, it’s best to test again in another two to three days.
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