Didn't often provide consistent results
Many reviews focus on receiving false positives
OK but women need to know this important info
Whilst it's OK and works for me some women don't realise when you buy this it has nothing to compare your urine too yet so even if you are technically ovulating that day or in peak phase it won't register till youve done a few tests...so you may not see a positive until your next fertile phase.. I would recommend women to buy this as it does work but women need to be aware you need to have a comparison if you get my drift before it can pick up a change and detect ovulation I would recommend women buy it straight after period and start testing ...the day af stops so your opk will have a urine analysis of you to compare from... noone gets a positive the first time they use this even if you are ovulating and that's what I don't like about it we need a product that reads our levels first time we use it not the next month.. also you should be testing 2 times daily morning with first urine and early evening with a 3 to 4 hr hold on urine and keeping all your data into a TTC APP So you have a reference as to your symptoms and days you ovulate you will see your patterns more clearly.. Helping making conceiving your baby easier..
Purchased in May 2018 at Coles for $28.00.
I'm not sure what's happening because I've tested the last 7 days and all those days came up fertile but no ovulation :-/ I don't think it's possible to be in peak fertility for 7 days and counting so I can't really say much about it
Purchased in June 2019 for $49.00.
Worth at least a try
I spent hundreds of these whilst trying to conceive and would always get very excited to see the indicator that ovulation was near/here. However after 3 years I had no luck with these. So unfortunately they didn't work for me but I have had friends that swear by them. They are definitely worth a try at least!
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The test results seemed to picked up the high estrogen days and I became excited about its accuracy, however I tested for about four to - five days and continued to get the flashing smiley face but didn't get the solid smiley face. I then asked my husband to pee on the stick - it turns out he must have ovaries too as he got the flashing smiley face
Was spot on to from the day I conceived
Last week I came up positive 1-2 did another 3 days later said positive 2-3 , because of all the negative feed back ive been reading I did a first response test and came up positive also came up positive for my aunty and it was right from conception to, read the Leaflet it tells u why u could get a faulse positive Not saying it's always right but I believe they could be a reason to why the test is inaccurate . I also read to take the digi test apart and on the strips there were two lines . So I dont believe the test does work. I asked the pharmacist if faulse negatives on digi tests can happen she said a positive test said it can't be wrong unless u have lost a baby again not saying she's right but that's just what she said
its great once knowing your pregnant to see it in words but for the price not really worth it, disappointing that you cant buy more refills that you need to buy a whole nother system, was upset that after half a hour it turns itself off and will nolonger display result, is good that you can take test out and still see result, would only purchase once using cheaper tests just not affordable for someone ttc
great for the novelty of being able to see it in words much better since they have updated
is very expensive cant buy refils, words dissapear after half hour
Should be able to use refill test sticks as throwing out digital tester is wasteful, prefer non-digital tester, not sure about accuracy
It is easy that is correct- pretty basic- no smile no ovulation, smile and yay for ovulation! Easy to use and you get results in minutes.
I often wonder about digital versus non-digital. I prefer non-digital however sometimes it isnt available in my chemist. It also seems like a total waste of resources that went into making that thing because you have to throw it out after each cycle and buy another. This is w...
I was hoping that this one would be the last test I would have to buy so wasn't concerned so much about the cost, however it wasn't to be that time. Ok for the novelty value but not practical for the multitude of tests used when trying to conceive
Novelty of words rather than lines, very clear test result
Questions & Answers
Hallo, I stopped taking my last pill on the 13th of June 2021 and I normally would be ovulating from the 18th - 24th. The 23rd of June is normally ovulation day. I took a clear blue test on the 19th and it did not show a smiley as the 19th is not the most fertile day, but when I ejected the stick it showed two very visible lines, does that mean I am on my ovulation period? Thank you
I have been getting flashing smiley faces for 4 days and I done 2 tests yesterday one in the AM and one in the PM. I have chucked all my other sticks out but there is hardly a line to say it is picking up a LH surge at all? (CD23,24,25,26)
I am so confused first time using them should I be hopeful that I haven’t ovulated yet or the tests are just lying to me. I have long cycles last few months around 41-43 days usually my cycles are around 31-33 days.
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- Digital testing stick with an absorbent tip designed to be dipped into urine to detect the ovulating hormone LH (luteinizing hormone)
- Receive an answer after 3 mins of using the product. If the LH surge is detected, the result window will flash with a smiley face. If no hormone surge is detected, then the window will show a blank circle.
- This test aims to detect the rise of LH 24-36 hours before ovulation and identify the two best days in a menstrual cycle to try and conceive
- Place the absorbent tip into your urine stream for 5-7 seconds, or collect a sample of your urine, and dip the test into the container for 15 seconds
- Claims to be over 99% effective at detecting the LH hormone surge
What reviewers thought about this product:
Overall, it appears as though the majority of reviewers were not too pleased with this product, providing many scores that were under 3 stars.
Points of contention were mainly raised by reviewers who claimed that they didn’t receive the result that they were seeking from the product.
- For example, a reviewer mentioned that they received contrasting results: two different tests from the same box provided different results.
- Others mentioned that they had false-positive results, stating that the test’s claims that they were ovulating were actually incorrect.
- Multiple reviews reported receiving a positive result when dipping the test into a cup of water.
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