LH Bisaf Ovulation Test (Urine)
LH Bisaf Ovulation Test is a rapid immunochromatographic cassette test designed for the qualitative detection of luteinizing hormone (LH) in urine, which shows a significant increase during ovulation.
Luteinizing hormone (LH) is a key substance in the body that plays an important role in the menstrual cycle of women. It is produced and released by the pituitary gland. Its main function is to stimulate the ovaries to produce and release a mature egg, known as ovulation.
During the menstrual cycle, the level of LH remains low, but it rapidly rises before ovulation. This increase, known as the LH surge, signals the body that it is time for the egg to be released from the ovary for potential fertilization. This is the most fertile period in a woman’s cycle.
Product designed for self-control.
- Self-testing product
- Detects luteinizing hormone (LH)
- Urine sample
- Results in just 5 minutes
- High-quality product
- 5 test cassettes.
- User manual in Polish.
How to Perform the Ovulation Test?
To use the ovulation test, carefully read the user manual. The test should be conducted a few days (preferably two) before the expected ovulation, which is usually around 14 days before the end of the menstrual cycle, counting from the first day of menstruation. Collect a urine sample in a clean and dry container.
Perform the test between 10:00 and 20:00 for consecutive days until a significant increase in the level of LH is detected. Limit fluid intake for 2 hours before the test.
How to Interpret the test Result?
The ovulation test displays two lines. The first line is the control line, which indicates whether the test was performed correctly and is functioning properly. The second line is the test line. If it is equally or darker in intensity compared to the control line, it indicates an increase in the level of LH. The intensity of this line depends on the concentration of the hormone in the urine.
If two lines appear in the result window after the specified time: one in the test area (T) and the other in the control area (C), it means the test result is positive, and ovulation is likely to occur within 24-48 hours. If only one line appears in the control area (C), or if the test line (T) is much lighter than the control line, the result is negative.
Who is it for?
This test is primarily intended for women who are trying to conceive. Regular use of the ovulation test allows tracking changes in LH levels in the body and determining the most fertile days in the cycle. This helps couples in targeted intercourse, increasing the chances of pregnancy. It also helps identify ovulation problems such as irregular or absent ovulation. In such cases, it is recommended to consult a doctor.