What is an ovulation test?

There are only two days every month, when a woman could become pregnant. These are these two days during which a mature egg is released from the ovary, the phase of the menstrual period called ovulation.
By a menstrual period of 28 days, ovulation usually occurs approximately on the 14th day. Due to the different period lengths in most women, hormonal imbalance, stress or just a peculiarity of the body, ovulation may not happen exactly on the 14th day.
If you want to find out if and when you are ovulating, the Oview ovulation test is the best way to do this.

Oview – your two best days to get pregnant

Oview is a reliable and easy-to-use test to determine the most suitable days for conception – when your ovulation is most likely to occur.
Oview predicts the period of ovulation by registering levels of a specific hormone in the urine – Luteinizing Hormone (LH).

  • Over 99% accurate
  • A quick and easy way to accomplish your family plans.
  • There are 5 strips in one package Oview.

Make the test at the same time of the day, starting 11 days before your expected period (as shown in the image below).

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How to use?

Step 1

Take a dry and clean container and fill it with urine.

Step 2

Remove one test strip and immerse it in the urine vessel with the arrow pointing down. Do not dip the strip deeper than the specified maximum line.

Step 3

Remove the strip after 5 seconds and leave it on a flat, dry and non-absorbent surface.

Step 4

Wait 5 minutes before reporting the result, but not more than 30 minutes.

Start making one test once a day at the same time, for several days to a week before ovulation is expected.

If you have an irregular period or do not know its duration, you can start testing 11 days after the start of your last period.

Reading test results


Only one line in the control area and/or a pale test line indicates a negative result means that there is no ovulation.


If two identical lines are visible or the test line is darker than the control line, ovulation is likely to occur within the next 24 to 48 hours. If you want to get pregnant, then this is the most suitable period for sexual intercourse.


If no line appears, the test is invalid.

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