How the test works:
Ovulation is the release of an egg from the ovary. The egg passes through the fallopian tube where it is ready to be fertilised. In order for pregnancy to occur, the egg must be fertilised by sperm within 24 hours after its release. Immediately prior to ovulation, the body produces a large amount of luteinising hormone (LH). This is known as the "LH surge" and usually takes place in the middle of the menstrual cycle. LH triggers the release of an egg from the ovary.
Watsons One Step Ovulation Test helps you predict the time of ovulation and peak fertility. It is during this fertile time that pregnancy is most likely to occur. The Watsons One Step Ovulation Test detects the LH surge in urine, indicating that ovulation is likely to occur in the next 24-48 hours. If you are trying to get pregnant, the best time to have intercourse should be within this 24-48 hours. It is important to note that LH surge and ovulation may vary in every cycle.
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Watsons One Step Ovulation Test
- To begin testing, open the sealed pouch by tearing along the notch. Remove test device from the pouch.
- Hold the round end of cover with one hand. Use the other hand to pull of the cap and expose the absorbent tip.
- Point the absorbent tip downward; place the absorbent tip in the urine stream for at least 10 seconds to ensure thoroughly wet. Do not urinate past the arrow mark. Alternatively, you can collect your urine into a clean cup and dip half of the absorbent tip into the urine for at least 3 seconds.
- Re-cap the device and wait for the color bands to appear. Read the result within 5 minutes. Results will be invalid after 5 minutes.
- This kit is for external use only.
- Discard after first use. The test cannot be used more than once.
- Do not use test kit beyond expiration date.
- Do not use the kit if the pouch is punctured or not well sealed.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
The Journey of Watsons Own Brand products
With our commitment to Quality Assurance, our products go through quality assessments throughout the production journey which lasts up to 18 months.