The LH surge
The LH concentration rises sharply just before ovulation and can be detected in the urine.
Testing with ovulation tests is very easy because it is a urine test that only shows the increase in the hormone LH.
Some women get positive results in a 24 hour period, others in three to four days.
Only the first maximally positive test is decisive.
You test twice a day, in the morning with the second morning urine (so that it is not so concentrated and the result is realistic) and again in the evening.
In the evening, avoid drinking liquids from about 2 hours before the test and stick to the same time each day.
Please read the instructions for use of the ovulation test carefully before use and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
We are happy to advise you.
The first positive test
The first maximally positive test shows ovulation within the next 24 – 36
hours in which the insemination also takes place.
You don’t need to test any further.
The sperm cells used for insemination are active for at least 24 hours after being inseminated through the cervix.
If your test is negative in the morning and positive in the evening, you should have an insemination the following afternoon.
If the test is negative in the evening and positive the following morning, the insemination should be carried out the morning after.
As soon as you have a positive test result, please write us an email or contact us by phone so that we can find the best time for insemination.
If the testing is unsuccessful, please contact us – in this case an ultrasound is advisable to determine the time of insemination.