Your ovulation and pregnancy guide

Free time tracking chart
Identify your fertile window. By analyzing your test strips using our chart, you can track your ovulation line progression and minimize the chances of missing your LH surge. Keep a record of your testing date, time, day of cycle, and the result. This makes it easier for you to find your fertile days and conceive at the right time, increasing your chances of getting pregnant. 

A menstrual cycle refers to a series of hormonal changes that a woman’s body goes through as it prepares for the possibility of pregnancy each month. During each menstrual cycle, an egg develops and is released. It is useful to know your cycle length if you are trying to conceive. 

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Understanding your menstrual cycle

Calculating your cycle length
The first day of your period is considered Day 1 of your menstrual cycle. In order to calculate your cycle length, start counting from the first day of your period to the day before your next period. That’s the number of days your cycle lasts per month. The average period cycle is 28 days long, however, it can vary in length from about 21 to 35 days. Every woman is different and cycle lengths can differ from month to month.

Ovulation predictions
Ovulation usually occurs on Day 14 for women with a 28-day cycle, but it can fluctuate each month, even in women with regular cycles. Day 9-14 are your fertile days. Use the iProven Ovulation tests to check for your LH (Lutenizing Hormone) surge. When there is an LH surge, it means you are about to release an egg in the next 24 to 36 hours.

Use the ovulation tests at the same time every day and keep track of your clear line progression using our time tracking chart. Your ovulation strip will get a second line (test line) which becomes dark or darker than the control line the closer you are to ovulation. This differs from woman to woman and some may get a faint/light test line instead. A test line indicates that the LH is present but it may not be your peak moment. It is advisable to test twice a day during this time as LH can reach its peak in a matter of hours (often referred to as rapid onset), or it can take up to 6 days (gradual onset).

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Signs of Ovulation

To get more insight about when you’re ovulating, look out for the following symptoms -

1. Breast tenderness
2. Light spotting from the vagina
3. Increase in sexual desire
4. Bloating
5. Cervical mucus or vaginal discharge that’s thinner than usual
6. Mild pelvic or abdominal pain - a sharp or dull cramp in the abdomen

Increase in basal body temperature - Use iProven’s BBT-113Ai for an accurate reading of your body temperature (look for a 1/2 to 1 degree rise).

When to use our pregnancy tests

You should wait to take the pregnancy test on the first day of your missed period for the most accurate result. This is because if you are pregnant, your body needs time to develop detectable levels of HCG. You may get an inaccurate result if the test is taken too early in your cycle.

Our tests detect HCG levels of 25 mIU/ml or above which is medically defined as pregnant. Other tests of 10 mIU/ml may show a positive earlier but detection of HCG levels of less than  24 mIU/ml is a gray area and can mean a false positive. 

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Buy our FK-127 Ovulation Predictor Kit directly on Amazon and download our Time tracking chart now to get pregnant quickly and easily.

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