1. What is the difference between the Shecare intelligent ovulation test strips and other ordinary test strips?
The LH (luteinizing hormone) value that can be detected by ordinary test strips is in the range of 0-25miu/ml. However, when ovulation is approaching, the LH value in the human body will suddenly rise to above 45miu/ml or even 65miu/ml, so ordinary test paper can't capture the real hormone peak. You need to change the semi-quantitative test. Shecare intelligent ovulation test strips can detect LH values in the range of 0-65miu/ml, which is the same as semi-quantitative and can help you capture the real best time for consummate.
After using the Shecare intelligent ovulation test strips to detect urine, it is more accurate to use the Shecare APP to intelligently identify the value of the test strip. Shecare ovulation algorithm and test strip color recognition technology will help you analyze the test results; together with basal body temperature, it can capture the best time for consummation and greatly improve the pregnancy rate.
2. How to use Shecare intelligent ovulation test strips?
Immerse the end of the test strip with the arrow mark in the container with urine until the horizontal line is marked at the lower end of the arrow (note: do not exceed the horizontal line), when the red liquid climbs to the test area, take out the test strip and lay it flat for 10-15 minutes; open the Shecare APP, click "ovulation test strips" on the homepage to record the test strip results. The test strip results are invalid after 15 minutes.
3. Why are the Shecare intelligent ovulation test strips lighter at the beginning?
Ordinary test strips can only detect the LH (luteinizing hormone) value of 0-25miu/ml, while the smart ovulation test strip can detect LH values of 0-65miu/ml; The color of the test strips are lighter than other test strips, but the LH value in the human body rises suddenly when ovulation is approaching. The Shecare bulk ovulation strips can sensitively capture hormone changes and detect hormone peaks.
4. How to see the value of the ovulation test strips?
The Shecare algorithm will automatically identify the LH value based on the color of the Shecare smart ovulation test strip. Generally, if it is above 30, ovulation may be imminent. The software measurement results indicate that when the peak becomes weaker, arranging consummate within 12 hours can greatly improve the pregnancy rate (the APP will also remind you of consummate time). You can observe what your maximum value is, when the highest point turns low, you are about to ovulate.
5. How can body temperature and ovulation test strips be used together to determine the ovulation period?
(1) Insist on measuring the basal body temperature every day. When the BBT chart APP prompts you to enter the fertile period, you will have to arrange to consummate the next day.
(2) After entering the easy pregnancy period, try to test one test strip at the same time every day. When the test strip reaches the peak value, arrange for consummate, and at the same time, test another test strip every 4 hours until the peak value is weakened.
(3) Rearranging intercourse within 24 hours after the peak weakens will greatly increase the pregnancy rate.
6. When should we start taking ovulation test strips?
The software prompts you to start measuring ovulation test strips when you enter the ovulation period. In the beginning, take one test paper every day. If the test is positive, the test frequency will be increased, and the test will be conducted every 4 hours. the eggs may be discharged at any time within 24 hours after the peak weakens, and the consummate should be arranged in time. When the peak value is weakened and the test paper is negative, there is no need to measure again.
7. What time of day is it appropriate to measure ovulation test strips?
Measure one a day during the ovulation period. If it is positive, measure it every 4 hours. If the peak becomes weak, it means that ovulation will occur within 12-24 hours. Be careful not to take morning urine, and measure between 10:00 am and 10:00 pm.