iProven FL 100 Ovulation Home Test Strips Back In Stock

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - iProven, a business based in Dordrecht, The Netherlands, has announced that the iProven FL-100 test strips for detecting ovulation are back in stock. These test kits have been out of stock for quite some time as a result of the high demand. But now, they are happy to announce that these test strips are available once again. These are reliable fertility test strips for women who want to monitor their fertility for the purpose of increasing their chances of falling pregnant. These test strips have been tested thoroughly by the company and were found to be 99 percent accurate.

There are 100 test strips in the FL-100 kit plus 4 free pregnancy test strips. The FL-100 test strips are for detecting luteinizing hormone (LH) in the urine, which is a hormone that is produced by the gonadotropic cells in the anterior pituitary gland. For women, a drastic increase in LH triggers ovulation. About 24 to 36 hours after this LH surge, ovulation starts, which causes a mature egg from the ovary to be released and made available for fertilization. This is the moment that women who are trying to conceive (TTC) are waiting for because it is at this point in time that they have the highest chance of getting pregnant.

Knowing the moment of ovulation is crucial for women who are TTC because ovulation occurs approximately 14 days before their next cycle begins. For those whose average menstrual cycle is 28 days, they ovulate on day 14, which means that they are most fertile during days 12, 13 and 14 of their monthly cycle. It should be noted that each month, the window of opportunity is quite narrow. That is why these ovulation test strips are important. The best way to determine the exact moment of ovulation is to do the ovulation test twice a day. That is why the FL-100 has 100 test strips. Women who are TTC will want to do the test as many times as they need to ensure they get an insight into their moment of ovulation.

Suzanne, a spokesperson for iProven, says, “When interpreting the results, women will need to consult the manual because every female body is different from the others. Some women have a positive LH-test during their entire cycle. The only difference is that their second line becomes darker when their ovulation day approaches. Others only see a faint second line appear on the day they have their LH-surge.”

She continues, “In both cases, it is key that you know what is going on in your own body so you know when your chances of pregnancy are highest. Our ovulation kit will give you the insights you’re looking for.”

Doing the test is quite simple. The tester simply collects her urine in a clean cup and then dips the test strip into the urine for five seconds. Then the tester will wait for 3 to 10 minutes for the results to appear.

Meanwhile, as previously mentioned, the FL-100 kit also contains 4 pregnancy test strips. Naturally, after all the effort of getting an insight into their ovulation period, women who are TTC will want to know if their efforts have born fruit. These pregnancy test strips can be use in a similar way, but this time, they are designed to detect hCG, the pregnancy hormone, which surges at that point in time when the fertilized egg has attached itself to the uterine wall. This usually occurs on cycle day one, which is the first day of their next cycle. All they need to do is check if there is a control line because if it is not there, it means the test is invalid and they need to repeat the test with a new strip. If there are two lines, this means they are pregnant.

iProven is a company that creates and distributes home health products that are useful in caring for the health of family members. People who want to learn more about the FL-100 LH strips or other similar products from iProven can visit the iProven website or their Amazon page. Or they can contact them on the telephone or through email.

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For more information about iProven, contact the company here:

iProven
Suzanne
1-503-974-0913
marketing@iproven.com
iProven
Beaverton, OR

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