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When you’re trying for a baby, knowing when you're most likely to conceive is half the battle.
An ovulation testing kit can help you do just that.
Like a pregnancy test, you urinate onto the test stick to display a reading that will let you know when your most fertile days are.
We have ovulation testing kits from trusted brands like ClearBlue in a range of pack sizes, ideal for those who want to maximize their chances of becoming pregnant.
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Why should you take an ovulation test?
There’s a short time period each month when it’s best for a woman to conceive, but it can be difficult to know when this window will be.
An ovulation test can give you an idea of your most fertile days so you know the best time to have sex and improve your chances of conception.
Can you use an ovulation test if you have irregular periods?
Yes, you can.
Ovulation tests are more accurate if your cycle is regular, but they can still work if your periods are irregular - it just means that you’ll have to test more frequently.
Most women will only need to test once a month, but if your periods are irregular, you should start testing a few days after your period and then move on to once per week.
How does an ovulation test work?
An ovulation test is similar to a pregnancy test; you urinate onto the stick and it will detect a level of luteinizing hormone (LH) which signals ovulation.
While they’re not 100 percent accurate, they tend to have an accuracy of around 99 percent, and you can get your results usually in around 5 minutes.
Can PCOS affect fertility?
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common reasons why women may struggle to get pregnant naturally.
It’s a condition that affects your hormones and reproductive system which can cause tiny cysts in your ovaries that contain immature eggs.
Although PCOS can’t be cured, there are treatments available to increase your chances of conceiving.