10 digital ovulation tests
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HomeTest Digital Ovulation Tests.
Affordable and reliable way to find your fertile days.
Detect your ovulation with completely reliable results and easy interpretation (YES+ or NO-).
Pack contains 10 tests (1 digital reader and 10 sticks)
Cost per test: 1.80 €
See more in the "Description" tab below
- Easy to use.
- Clear digital results.
- Interpretes the results for you.
The digital ovulation tests by HomeTest.gr are an innovative, fast, easy and accurate way to detect your 2 most fertile days of your cycle. If sexual intercourse is made within those days, you will increase your chances of getting pregnant.
The unique dual detection technology helps you find your fertile days and get pregnant easily. It is a useful test which can predict your ovulation.
The digital test gives an immediate and clear result marked "NO-" for hormone non-peak and "YES+" for hormone peak. The increase in LH precedes ovulation and activates it within 24-48 hours. FSH follows LH, as shown in the diagram.
After ovulation, the ovum can survive for about 12 hours after being released, with the sperm surviving a few days inside the body.
To use the digital HomeTest ovulation tests, you need the digital reader (multi-purpose) and a disposable stick (single-use). Everything you need is included in the package. You click the stick on the digital reader and within minutes you get a clear digital result.
Watch the video with the instructions for using our digital ovulation tests:
Order Assistant: This specific package contains 10 sticks and 1 digital reader. If your cycle does not flauctuate at all or it fluctuates by 1-2 days, then this package will last you for 1-2 cycles.
To calculate the duration of your cycles as well as to find out when you should start testing, you can use our special calendar for free.
Frequently Asked Questions
Read the frequently asked questions on ovulation tests.
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