Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Easy @ Home Ovulation Test Kit Review | #Ovulation10countPregnancy2countMidstream

Trying to conceive a child while suffering from PCOS is a real challenge. I am often asked when we're having another baby, or why we're waiting so long to have another child - the truth is, we've been trying. This month marks four years of trying to conceive a second baby since our first was born, and the questions and pressure is almost too much to bare.

Easy@Home makes affordable ovulation kits that help making conceiving a baby a little easier for any couple, and for those like me with PCOS, it helps confirm whether or not you're really ovulating at all. I received a kit with 10 ovulation tests with an addition of 2 pregnancy tests to see if your careful planning worked.

The tests, as well as a nice, clear set of instructions comes enclosed in a cute little box.



The 10 ovulation tests come in the smaller pink pouches,
and the 2 pregnancy tests come in the larger purple pouches.

Along with taking my basal body temperature each morning, I was able to pinpoint a nice time to start testing each afternoon. You can see the test line go from faint to dark, and in the 5th test you can see a positive result! The 6th test shows the day following ovulation.

While this cycle was unsuccessful, I must also say that I am impressed with the pregnancy tests included in this kit as well. There were no faint lines or bleeding of the dye when I was trying to read the test results. The test window was crisp and clear - the clearest negative result I have ever seen without taking a digital test. 

Overall, I cannot say enough how pleased I am with the quality of these tests. For the price, they are very well worth it. 


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