New Tool for Ovulation Prediction: QTEST Mini-Microscope is a Proven Tool to Predict Your Ovulation

Easy to use, in attractive looks like lipstick design, this small microscope could help you to predict the best time to conceive. Pretty accurate device, that you can use as long as you want. Just replace batteries.

Between the years of puberty and menopause, a woman goes through a monthly menstrual cycle, which is vital for her body to prepare for conception and pregnancy. During this monthly cycle, a mature egg is released, resulting in a thickening of the lining of the uterus in readiness for the implantation of a fertilized egg. Eggs that have not been fertilized pass out of the woman’s body during menstruation. An average menstrual cycle lasts 28 days but can differ in length depending on other physiological factors. The menstrual cycle is regulated by interactions between follicle-stimulating hormones and luteinizing hormones, which are produced in the pituitary gland, and the hormones estrogen and progesterone, which are secreted by the ovaries.

Ovulation has to occur for an egg to be released. This process can be detected through the use of basal body temperature monitoring (BBH) or a urine ovulation test kit (LH kit). The LH kit measures the level of LH, is more accurate and less intrusive than the BBT. It also accurately documents that ovulation has occurred and can be used to time intercourse. One of the main benefits of using ovulation tests is that they enable a woman to plan her pregnancy. There is also a less accurate test using the woman’s saliva. Of course, it is equally if not more important that the woman seek the professional advice of her physician.