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HOW TO RECOGNIZE THE LH SURGE
Published:2012-11-23 16:27:06    Text Size:【BIG】【MEDIUM】【SMALL
Summary:After each test, you must decide if you are having an LH surge. If your test result is positive, you are probably having an LH surge. An LH surge can last from one to three days. Ovulation is most likely to occur sometime in the day and a half following the first day of the LH surge. If your test result is negative, you are probably not having an LH surge. Remember that a pink-rose test band lighter than the control band shows that there is only a very low level of LH in your urine. Consult our online FAQ for more information about how to apply our test results.

WHEN TO STOP TESTING

Unless otherwise specified by a doctor, stop testing once the LH surge is detected. Six to ten days of testing may 

be needed to detect the LH surge, though additional testing may be required. Explanations for negative results 

include:

1. Use of first morning urine. First morning urine should not be used for LH .
2. The concentration of LH is too low to be accurately detect.
3. Testing is performed too early or too late in the menstrual cycle (please re-read cycle chart). 
4. Testing is stopped before the surge occurs, and should have been continued for a few more days.

THE LH SURGE, OVULATION & PREGNANCY

A pregnancy begins with conception. A child is conceived when the male sperm successfully fertilizes the female 

egg. Successful fertilization is most likely during a 24 hour period one to three days following the LH surge. Since 

this ovulation "window" only opens once per month, and for only about 24 hours, being able to predict fertility it is 

very helpful when trying to become pregnant. Therefore, you should have intercourse during the one to three day 

period following the LH surge to increase chances of conception. 

LIMITATIONS OF THE TEST

1) Directions must be followed carefully for accurate results.
2) Do not open the foil pouch until ready to conduct the test.
3) Do not use the results of this test as an aid for contraception.
4) Consult a doctor if irregular or unusually long cycles are experienced.
5) Do not use the test kit after the expiration date listed on the box.
6) A test device can only be used once. Discard the test after use.

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