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Test to predict the days before you ovulate?
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msturge posted:
We did IVF a few months ago and since my periods have fluctuated between 28 days and 25 days, which has made it difficult to predict my ovulation date. I saw somewhere on this site that there is a predictor kit that tells you the prime couple of days to have sex before you ovulate via a hormone urine test, since the better days to get pregnant are the couple of days before you ovulate. Has anyone heard of that? I only have the one that tells you the day you are ovulating and that has not worked for us in several months because we already have missed those best days before. Advice?
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atti_editor responded:
Hi msturge,

This article has a good overview of the different types of ovulation predictors and what they test for -- The Advanced Digital Ovulation tests detect both LH and estrogen surges and can predict your top 2 fertile days plus an additional 4 days you could become pregnant, while fertility monitors store information from your monthly urine tests and can show you low, high and peak fertility days but are more costly. The article also outlines a number of other types of tests you might be interested in.

Best wishes,
Atti
 
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msturge replied to atti_editor's response:
Great info, thanks!
 
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atti_editor replied to msturge's response:
Glad that I could help!


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