LH Ovulation Test
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Ovulation Test is a qualitative immunoassay for the detection of human Luteinizing Hormone (hLH) in human urine to predict the occurrence of ovulation. Ovulation is regulated by the elevation of human luteinizing hormone (hLH) . Usually, around 14 days before the period starts, hLH has a brief, significant rapid increase called the "LH surge". The hLH surge triggers the release of an egg or egss for the ovary. Statistics have shown that conception is most likely to occur within 36 hours following the LH surge. Therefore, the hLH surge is an ideal indicator for predicting ovulation.
For each daily test, collect a urine sample at about the same time. Do not use first morning urine. Use a clean, dry container. For best results, perform the test on the same time. If necessary, the sample may be stored for up to seven hours at room temperature, or up to 24 hours in a refrigerator. Do not freeze the test sample.
Note : Do not open the foil pouch until you are ready to perform the test.
If a sample or a test kit was refrigerated, allow it to warm up to room temperature before performing the test.
1. Open a foil pouch by tearing along the "notch". Remove the testing device and the sample dropper. Place the testing device on a flat horizontal surface.
2. Holding the dropper vertically, carefully dispense four drops of urine into the sample well (marked "S") of the testing device. If migration of liquid is not seen in the test window within one or two minutes, add two more drops of urine.