Maximise your chances of becoming pregnant by predicting your two most fertile days in the month with our FIRST RESPONSE™ Complete Pregnancy Planning Kit. The kit contains seven ovulation prediction tests and a FIRST RESPONSE™ Digital Pregnancy Test.
ALWAYS READ THE LABEL. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
After you determine the best day to start testing based on your monthly cycle, you can use the FIRST RESPONSE™ Ovulation Prediction Tests any time that day. You do not have to use your first morning urine. However, you should do the test about the same time each day. Reduce your liquid for two hours before testing, since drinking excessive amounts of liquid intake can dilute the LH in your urine.
Since not every woman ovulates mid-cycle, you may not detect the LH surge in the first 7 days of testing. This could mean you have not ovulated yet and you should continue testing with additional FIRST RESPONSE™ Ovulation Prediction Tests or start testing a few days earlier next month.
First, it is important to remember that it can take normal, healthy couples many months to become pregnant. There are many factors that affect your ability to become pregnant even if you have been able to have intercourse during your most fertile time. If after several months you have no success, consult your physician. Since you have been monitoring your LH surge with the FIRST RESPONSE™ Complete Pregnancy Planning Kit, you will be able to give your doctor a clearer picture of when you have been ovulating.
Your two most fertile days begin with the LH surge. You are most likely to get pregnant if you have intercourse within 24-36 hours after you detect your LH surge.
Only medications containing the pregnancy hormone (hCG) can affect the result of the test. The test should not be affect by hormone therapies containing Clomiphene citrate, alcohol, pain killers, antibiotics, or the contraceptive pill. Please consult your healthcare professional if you are taking any medications.
After using the pill your cycle may be irregular and make take some time to stabilise again. You may wish to wait until you have had two normal periods before starting to use the FIRST RESPONSE™ Complete Pregnancy Planning Kit. Follow your physician’s advice on when to best try to become pregnant.
Sperm can survive up to 72 hours (3 days), and this test predicts your LH surge only up to 24-36 hours in advance. Therefore, if you have intercourse before you discover your surge, the egg can still be fertilised.
Stage 1: Ovulation Test
Stage 2: Digital Pregnancy Test
READ YOUR RESULTS AT 5 MINUTES
Wait 5 minutes until reading the results. Look at the Result Window to compare the Test Line to the Reference Line. The Reference Line indicates the test is complete, and you have conducted it correctly. After you have read your result, the test should be discarded. The results can be read up to 1 hour. READ THE COLOUR AND INTENSITY OF THE LINES, NOT THE THICKNESS.
Two lines are visible and intensity of the Test Line is similar or darker than the Reference Line.
You should ovulate within the next 24 – 36 hours. You can stop testing for this cycle.
Two lines are visible but the Test Line is lighter than the Reference Line or there is a Reference Line and NO visible Test Line.
You should continue daily testing until the Reference Line and the Test Line have the same colour intensity or the Test Line is darker than the Reference Line.
READING YOUT RESULTS AT 3 MINUTES
in approximately 3 minutes, an unmistakeable ‘YES+’ or ‘NO-‘ will appear on the Display Screen.
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2 In a study conducted by Church & Dwight Co. Inc under diagnostic protocol #330 to evaluate the First Response Digital pregnancy test’s ability to detect hCG hormone as an aid in the early detection of pregnancy in the days before the missed period, a total of 504 urine samples from 50 characterized cycle segments taken from conceptive cycles were collected from 50 different pregnant women. The study showed that the hCG hormone was detected in 60% of pregnant women, 6 days before the missed period (5 days before the day of expected period), in 86% of pregnant women 5 days before their missed period, in 96% of pregnant women 4 days before their missed period, >99% of pregnant women 3 days before their missed period.
5 Church & Dwight Co. Inc. conducted laboratory testing on three batches of First Response Ovulation Predictor tests to determine performance of the device. The study utilized LH standards of known concentrations prepared in LH non-surge urine pool. Each batch of First Response Ovulation Predictor were tested in replicates of twenty and with urine standards containing known LH concentrations (20-150 mIU/mL). The results obtained gave 100 % surge at 40 mIU/mL and above for all three batches. The non- surge results for all three batches at a concentration of 20mIU/mL and below is at 100 % for all devices.