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Would You Take an Over-the-Counter Fertility Test?

Aspiring mamas use everything from
ovulation predictors to thermometers to IVF to assist in their quest of getting pregnant. But, a new over-the-counter fertility test allows women to see if they are equipped for creating a baby. The First Response Fertility Test (two pack for $25) tests the "FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) level to assess ovarian reserve (egg quantity and quality) – one of the leading single indicators of a woman’s ability to get pregnant." Specific instructions must be followed in conducting the test to get an accurate result. We're so curious about this item that we will be testing it out and posting the results on lilsugar. But, we're curious – would you purchase it for fertility knowledge and family planning reasons?

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katiekat katiekat 6 years
I used a otc fertility monitor to conceive my daughter...the results were very accurate & I couldn't be happier :)
PinkUnicorn PinkUnicorn 6 years
If you really want to take charge of your fertility and know for sure when you are fertile, it is more accurate and cheaper to chart your basal temperatures and cervical fluid. There are lots of books and websites about this and you will never have to leave it to chance or waste money on so-called fertility tests.
kmckay kmckay 6 years
there are so many factors when dealing with infertility that i think this is a waste of time and money. like anon said, i am perfectly "normal" but covered in endometriosis.... only a specialist can figure that out. that test would say positive and i could waste valuable time and emotional strain instead of visiting a RE
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