Questions about your Ovulation Test Kit and how to use everything included with it? We’ve got you covered!
About the Natalist Ovulation Test Kit
How do these ovulation strips work? They detect Luteinizing Hormone (LH) in your urine, which your brain makes to tell your ovaries it’s time to release an egg. LH levels surge about 24–48 hours before ovulation — conveniently when you’re most likely to get pregnant.
If the test line is as dark as the control line, and if you’re trying to get pregnant, now is the time to get busy! Aim to have sex at least once in the next 48 hours leading up to ovulation. Knowing when you ovulate will help you plan ahead to maximize your chances of conception.
Some women have irregular cycles or ovulate on different days of their cycle each month. Everyone is different — this ovulation test will help you get to know your own body’s variations. It is helpful (and highly recommended) to keep and reference your test strips in sequential order using the included cycle tracker. This will help you track when you typically experience your LH surge each cycle and help predict future cycles and fertile windows.