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BFP Ovulation Midstream Test

BFP Ovulation Midstream Test

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Midstream format ovulation tests to help pinpoint ovulation.

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Key Benefits

Takes the guesswork out of ovulation prediction by detecting the LH surge 24-48 hours before ovulation.

  • Manufactured in North America. Many competing products are made in China
  • Over 99% accurate
  • Easy to use and produces test results in minutes
  • Purchase as many individual tests as you need or buy one of our test bundles

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About BFP Ovulation Midstream Tests

BFP Ovulation Test are Manufactured in N. America to Ensure Accuracy. When you’re trying to conceive, knowing when you ovulate – your most fertile time of month – is particularly helpful. The BFP Ovulation Test from Fairhaven Health is the ideal way to pinpoint your ovulation date and optimally time your lovemaking (or “babydancing,” as it’s referred to in the online trying-to-conceive community). Determining this peak fertile window enhances your odds of a seeing a BFP – Big Fat Positive when testing for pregnancy.

The BFP Ovulation Test works by detecting the telltale rise in Luteinizing Hormone (LH) that occurs just before you ovulate – with greater than 99% accuracy. This pronounced spike in LH typically occurs 24-48 hours before you ovulate, providing you with a clear signal that your fertile window is open and that intercourse over the next two days will maximize your odds of achieving pregnancy.

Using the BFP Ovulation Test is easy: Simply remove the protective cap from the test and hold the absorbent tip in your urine stream for at least 5 seconds. Replace the cap, and lay the test on a flat surface with the reading window facing up. Within 5 minutes, your test result will appear. A positive result indicates you’re at peak fertility.

POSITIVE RESULT. A positive result (meaning that the LH surge has been detected and ovulation is likely to occur within 24-48 hours) is one in which the intensity of the “test” line is equal to or greater than the intensity of the “control” line.

NEGATIVE RESULT. A negative result (meaning that the LH surge has not been detected and you are not likely to ovulate within the next 48 hours) is one in which there is no “test” line visible, or the intensity of the test line is lighter than that of the “control” line.

To determine when you should begin testing with the BFP Ovulation Test, refer to the chart in the BFP Midstream Ovulation Test Instructions.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many mIU/L?

The BFP ovulation tests are testing at the 30 miu level.

When should I start testing?

This is different for everyone, and is dependent on your cycle length. Please use graphic above (and included in the instructions) to determine the cycle day you should begin to test.

What time of day should I test?

You will want to use your first morning urine to test- as this is your most concentrated sample.

How do I know the test is working?

You can confirm that the test is working accurately if you receive a valid control line. A test without a control line would be an invalid test, and should be discarded.

Is there an expiration date for these tests?

The expiration date is printed on the back of the packet. Generally, the expiration date will be approximately eighteen months from the purchase date.

How is this test different from the test strip format?

The only differences between these tests is how you use them. For the test strip format, you will collect a urine sample and then dip the test into that collected sample. For the midstream format, you will hold the test midstream while urinating. Otherwise, the tests have the same accuracy and sensitivity.

Will FMU cause a false positive?

We do not recommend you use first morning urine as it may cause an invalid result.

My test line is visible but not equal to the control line. Is this a positive?

A positive result is EQUAL TO or DARKER THAN the control line. If you see a result at the test line that is NOT at minimum EQUAL TO the control line, we encourage that you continue testing.

My test is positive, when should I ovulate?

Once you receive a positive, we recommend that you consider yourself in a fertile window and plan intercourse. It is likely that ovulation will take place in the next 24-48 hours.

My test line became positive after the testing time frame, is that a positive?

A positive test result will not change after the testing time frame. However, a negative test result should not be read after 30 minutes. If you are unclear, we recommend that you retest after limiting your liquid intake for 2 hours.

Can I use this test to determine pregnancy?

No, you can not. We encourage that you use our BFP Pregnancy Tests to determine if you have conceived.

My test result is negative – but my other tracking tools show that I am fertile. What’s happening?

To help cover your fertile window, we recommend that you plan intercourse anytime you have a fertile indicator on a tracking tool (like saliva monitoring, cervical fluid, cervix position, etc). Because an ovulation test is urine based and can be subject to dilution, it may not be your first positive sign that you are moving into your fertile window.

I have had multiple days of positives. Why is that?

This is completely normal. You will see a positive result anytime your urine sample has an LH level of 30 miu (the testing level) or more. To not confuse your fertile window, we do not recommend that you continue to test after receiving your first positive result. A positive result indicates that your LH is surging and you are likely to ovulate in 24-48 hours.

Are the midstream tests reusable or do I need to use 1 per day while testing?

The BFP midstream test is a one time use only.

Can you use this ovulation kit on women with irregular cycles as well?

Yes, women with irregular cycles can use these ovulation tests as well, however, they may end up using more tests in one cycle than women with regular cycles.

Is it better to do an ovulation test twice per day as opposed to just once?

The BFP Ovulation Test instructions call for testing once per day; however, some people do elect to test twice per day given that the LH surge can be brief, and factors like urine dilution can impact testing results. If you elect to test twice per day, try to test at the same times each day (i.e. once in late morning and once in early evening).

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat,cure or prevent any disease.

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