Detection of luteinizing hormone (LH) in the urine (aid in prediction of the ovulation day)
Calculating your period (menstrual) cycle, start testing 17 days prior to the expected date of your next period (menstruation).
Perform a test once a day at around the same time of the day from the test start date.
* Wait for 10 minutes, and make an interpretation according to the interpretation method described on the next page.
If a test is performed properly, a reddish-purple line will appear in the reference line area. Results should be interpreted as Score 0, 1, 2, or 3, depending on the number of lines (0-3) in the test line area.
The LH surge has been detected.
You are expected to ovulate soon.
You will most likely get pregnant on the day of the first positive results or the following day (ovulation day).
The LH surge has not been detected.
Continue testing until you test positive, around the same time of the day, the following day onward.
For 5-time test Test stick 5 sticks
For 10-time test Test stick 10 sticks
(INGREDIENTS) In a single test stick
Hapten-binding mouse monoclonal anti-LH antibody 23.2 ng
Mouse monoclonal anti-LH antibody-binding colloidal gold 1.15 μg