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2 Pregnancy Tests 7 Ovulation Tests 3 UTI Tests and pH Balanced Wipes 2 Vaginal pH Tests
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Everything you need to get in the know about your body. All four of our tests, one convenient checkout! Includes 2 Pregnancy Tests, 7 Ovulation Tests, 3 UTI Tests, and 2 Vaginal pH Tests, plus 3 pH Balanced Wipes.
Easy-to-use with jargon-free instructions
Clear results with no faint lines
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1. Remove the pink cap from the test and pee on the absorbent strip of paper for 10 seconds.
2. Put the pink cap back on the test. Lay the test on a flat, non-absorbent surface with the result window facing up.
3. Wait for five minutes. Breathe, then read the results. One line means you are not pregnant, two lines means you are pregnant. Do not read the results after 10 minutes.
1. Think of your usual cycle length, AKA the number of days from the first day of your last period to the first day of your next period (period tracking apps are a great way to get this info). Based on this number, refer to the chart in the instructions to determine your best day to test. For example, if the first day of your last period was the 1st and your cycle is usually 28 days long, you should start testing on the 12th.
2. When it’s time to test (we recommend mid-day), remove the purple cap, and pee on the absorbent strip of paper for 10 seconds. Make sure the strip is pointing downwards!
3. Lay the test down on a flat surface with the results window facing up. Wait for ten minutes. Breathe, then read the results. Do not read the results after 20 minutes have passed.
4. Negative: If only the control line appears or the test line is lighter than the control line, the test result is negative. This means that no LH surge is detected and you are not ovulating in the next 24-48 hours.
Positive: If both the test line and control line are visible and the test line is the same color or darker than the control line, the test result is positive. This means ovulation will likely happen in the next 24-48 hours.
Invalid: If there is no distinct pink-purple colored line visible in either the TEST area and CONTROL area the test is invalid. We recommend retaking the test.
Our UTI test is a simple, one-step process. First, feel free to wipe your urethra (where you pee from) with one of the pH balanced wipes. Then, pee on the test strip pads. After letting the results develop for two minutes, compare the test strip pads to the color chart on the test wrapper. You can see the full instructions here.
1. Carefully remove the pH test strip and the cotton swab from their pouches. Set them on a flat surface in a well lit area, like your bathroom counter. Be sure not to touch the test area of the pH test strip or the cotton part of the cotton swab.
2. Stand up and place one foot on the toilet seat or another firm surface.
3. With one hand, hold the cotton swab at the base and with the other hand, gently spread apart your labia (the folds of skin that cover the opening of the vagina).
4. Gently insert the cotton side of the swab about halfway into your vagina. Tilt the cotton swab so the tip touches the wall of your vagina. Hold it there for 5 seconds.
5. Carefully remove the cotton swab from your vagina. Be sure not to touch the tip of the cotton swab against anything so that the sample stays clean.
6. Gently wipe the cotton swab across the test area on the pH test strip. The color on the test area should start changing right away.
7. Match the color on the test area to the closest color block on the pH test pouch's color chart. For most accurate results, immediately compare the test area to the color chart.
8. Record your results (we recommend taking a picture on your phone) and compare them to the table on the pouch for next steps.
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Fertility Specialist at IVFMD, Fellow at American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology, member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (SREI), Society for Reproductive Surgeons (SRS), American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
Director of Internal Medicine at Park Avenue Medicine, Attending Physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College
OB/GYN Specialist at Axia Women's Health, Fellow at American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology, former Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Einstein Medical Center Montgomery