Fertility and Ovulation Test Kits

It’s like a second instinct for women to become mothers because women are innately caring and protective. When women have difficulty in procreating, they often feel sad and depressed because they feel that they are somewhat less of a woman because they cannot have a baby.

If you are one of the many women who suspect that they are infertile, do not worry. There are many ways of finding out whether you have infertility problems or not. In fact, some methods can be done right in your own home.

Basal Body Temperature

BBT is a method of determining your ovulation cycle. This is done by taking your temperature every morning right after you wake up and get out of bed. BBT works because a woman’s temperature changes when she is ovulating.

The idea behind this method is to keep track of your temperature for a couple of months so that you may also familiarize yourself with your ovulation cycle. You can opt to use BBT thermometers which also comes with an ovulation chart.

Ovulation Test

There is what we call an ovulation predictor test which is similar to a Do-It-Yourself pregnancy test because it also makes use of a stick indicator. In this type of test, the level of the lutenizing hormone will be measured in your urine. A high level of this type of hormone in your urine means that you are ovulating. If there is no increase in this hormone in your urine, then you may have an ovulatory disorder.

FSH Test

Another test that you can do at home is the FSH Test, a test that can evaluate your egg supply by looking at the levels of your follicle-stimulating hormones. FSH test strips will be used to conduct this test. It must be performed on the third day of your cycle.

OV Watch

The OV Watch is a fertility test for women that has come into existence just recently. It involves the detection of Sodium Chloride Ions released by your skin. The rationale behind this test is to see whether there is an upsurge in the level of ions, as the ions are supposed to increase in levels six days prior to ovulation.

Before jumping to any conclusion, try these methods first. It’s always best to be sure of your condition than simply sticking to your gut-feel.

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