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Ovulation & pregnancy tests

When you are dreaming of becoming a mom, you may need some specific and precise tools to assist you in knowing when you are most likely to get pregnant. Explore our selection of the most reliable ovulation and pregnancy tests.

Our online store will introduce you to a large selection of products that will assist expecting women. From anti-stretch mark creams to breastfeeding products - any mother-to-be will surely find something interesting. Our large pregnancy test selection will accompany you through the baby conception and ovulation period. For some women, the chances of getting pregnant are lower than for others. This is why this pregnancy dedicated section is particularly important. Explore our different brands to choose the ovulation test to your liking. Consult our product descriptions and customer reviews to make your choice. Save up with our special deals and current offers. Once you’ve made up your mind, proceed with choosing a delivery method and payment through our secure platform.

 

What is an ovulation test?

 

While many women get pregnant easily and quickly, others are not that lucky even after stopping contraception for a long time. Fertility is totally different from woman to woman. Ovulation tests may thus become the best friend for those willing to give spermatozoids a chance to reach the egg. Precise and efficient, these tools allow you to know the best moment for conception. Many expectant mothers take dietary supplements to boost their chances. Some monitor their secreted cervical mucus and ovulatory cycle before embarking on their motherhood project. Ovulation tests are another reliable ally increasing the odds in your favor and giving you a perfect ovulation date. Alongside with the traditional temperature curve checks, they will certainly boost your chances.

 

Not everybody is that lucky for conceiving a child straight away. It could be problems related to the ovaries, the cervix, the pill, the IUD, a previous miscarriage or simply your body not being ready yet. Whichever way it is, having a sexual intercourse at the right time is vital for boosting your chances. A pregnancy test reads your hormones, identifying the most fertile days. You can only get pregnant on specific menstrual cycle days - before or during ovulation. Knowing the right moment for conception is therefore vital, especially if you have irregular menstrual cycles.

 

When and how should I perform my pregnancy test ?

 

Taking a pregnancy test is a must if you are trying for a baby. Doing it properly could reward you with a much awaited result. These tests are typically equipped with a control rod to urinate on. The best way of performing it is keeping the stick pointed downwards for about 5 seconds, under the urine flow. The test will then read your hormones and give an answer within 3 minutes. For a reliable result, please use the urine test approximately 3 weeks after the intercourse and during the ovulation period, which approximately is the 14th day of your period. Your menstrual cycle countdown starts from its first day. The digital test is easy to perform and read. If you have had unprotected sex during your fertile days, you are late on your period and done just the right thing for having a baby, the test could be your ultimate answer. A positive result could well start you thinking on pregnancy treatments, baby names or even room decoration.

 

Before you start repainting everything for the baby, however, make sure you take a proper blood test (providing a nurse with the date of your last period) and see your gynecologist. The doctor will then be able to confirm, or not, your test result. In the event of a much awaited outcome, it is then essential to monitor the fertilized egg and the eventual pregnancy.

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