Be Sure LH Ovulation Test

(pack contains 7 mid-range tests)

Do you want to get pregnant? Increase your chances naturally! With the Be Sure ovulation test you can easily determine your fertile days. The result is available after a few seconds and is 99% reliable.

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There are only a few days in a woman's menstrual cycle when pregnancy is possible. These days are called "fertile days" and are usually 3-4 days around ovulation. During this time, the concentration of the so-called luteinising hormone (LH hormone for short) increases. The Be Sure LH ovulation test measures this hormone in your urine and can thus determine the fertile days.

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Why should I use the Be Sure LH ovulation test?

There are many methods to increase the chances of getting pregnant. Besides the reliable determination with an LH ovulation test, there is also the measurement of the basal body temperature or the determination of the fertile days with the help of a cycle calendar. But what do you have to bear in mind?

Taking your basal body temperature only tells you that you have ovulated after the egg has been released in the ovary. Because eggs only have a limited survival time to be fertilised, this method may already be too late to get pregnant in that month. Measuring by calendar day is also very unreliable because the menstrual cycle can vary from month to month. This can cause the expected ovulation to be delayed by a few days, resulting in no pregnancy in that month.

The Be Sure LH ovulation test is much more reliable here. The test determines the fertile days with a proven reliability of 99% and gives you and your partner more certainty when planning to have children.

When do I start with the Be Sure LH ovulation test?

When you start the first Be Sure LH ovulation test depends on the length of your menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is the time between the first day of your period and the last day when your next period starts.

Each individual cycle length is assigned an exact start day. The start day for the first test is also calculated from the first day of the cycle, or the first day you have your period.

Example 1: If your period lasts a total of 25 days, then you start on day 8 (or 8 days after the first day on which your period started).
Example 2: If your period lasts a total of 30 days, then you start on day 13 (or 13 days after the first day your period started).

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How do I carry out the test correctly?

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  1. Take the mid-beam test out of the sealed bag and use it as soon as possible.
  2. Remove the cap of the test that protects the absorbent tip of the test. Hold the midstream test by the handle. The exposed absorbent tip must point downwards.
  3. Urinate directly onto the absorbent tip of the test cassette until it is sufficiently moistened (at least 5 seconds). NOTE: Be careful not to urinate into the display window.
  4. Close the midstream test with the test cap and place it on a flat surface with the display window facing upwards.
  5. Wait for pink lines to appear. Read the result after 3 to 10 minutes.
  6. do not read the result later than after 15 minutes.

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How do I interpret my result correctly?


No, the test should not be used as a contraceptive.
No, but you should consult your doctor if you are taking hormonal medication. Also, recent use of an oral contraceptive, as well as breastfeeding or pregnancy can affect the test results.
We advise against morning urine because it is concentrated and can give a false positive result. Any other time of day is suitable. For best results, try to test your urine at approximately the same time each day.
If you drink a lot of fluid before the test, this will dilute the hormone in your urine. We recommend that you reduce your fluid intake for about two hours before the test.
Once you see a positive result, you will probably ovulate within 24-48 hours. This is your most fertile time. Sexual intercourse after 24 hours but before 48 hours is recommended.
There are many factors that can affect your ability to get pregnant. Normal, healthy couples often take many months to get pregnant. If you do not get pregnant on the first try, keep using the midstream test until pregnancy occurs. If pregnancy does not occur after 3-4 months, you and your partner should see your doctor.