DISCOVER 7 Day Pregnancy Planning Kit
Once the egg is released during ovulation it remains in the fallopian tube for approximately 24 hours to be fertilised by the sperm after intercourse. A Sperm can live for up to 3 to 5 days so the chances of becoming pregnant are increased by having intercourse 1 or 2 days before ovulation occurs.
Determine the 2 days you are likely to become pregnant!
The DISCOVER 7 Day Pregnancy Planning Kit can be used by couples who want to take control of conception from the moment they decide to have a baby. The woman's body gives the signal that ovulation is about to occur when there is an increase in the luteinizing hormone (LH) that can be detected in the urine. The DISCOVER 7 Day Pregnancy Planning Kit is over 98% accurate in laboratory testing in detecting the LH surge. A Sperm can live for up to 3 to 5 days so pregnancy is most likely to occur by having sex within 24 - 36 hours after you detect the LH surge.
The science of fertility is complicated but the DISCOVER 7 Day Pregnancy Planning Kit is easy. It takes ten seconds to use and you'll have results in five minutes.
Tests such as the DISCOVER 7 Day Pregnancy Planning Kit are an excellent way to help you increase your chance of becoming pregnant however sometimes other factors affect conception. If you havenít conceived after several months of using this product consult your doctor.
If you are unsure about your cycle length or when to start testing, please call the Discover Advice Line - Free Call New Zealand 0800 380 218. Free Call Australia 1800 222 099
IMPORTANT - Read ALL the information in the enclosed leaflet in the pack before performing the test. The directions should be followed PRECISELY to get accurate results.
HOW TO PERFORM THE TEST
Some prescription drugs, such as menotropins for injection may affect the result you see with the Discover 7 Day Pregnancy Planning Kit test. If you are undergoing therapy with clomiphene citrate, please consult your physician about how this may affect your test result.
Medications containing hCG or LH may affect the test and should not be taken while using this test. In addition, the results of the test may not be valid if you are taking oral contraceptives. Some women do not ovulate every cycle and they will not see any increase in the level of the LH during these non-ovulating cycles.
Certain medical conditions may adversely affect the reliability of this test for predicting ovulation. These include:
polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS),
the onset of menopause,
Women with medically diagnosed fertility problems should consult their physicians before using this product
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