If you’re trying to conceive, the more data you can get the better right? A new first-of-its-kind at-home fertility test allows you to track your fertility moment by moment.
‘LH levels vary greatly from woman-to-woman,’ says Dr Larisa Corda, a fertility expert and obstetrician and gynaecologist.
‘The majority of standard tests are unable to identify real data on the LH surge in women, which means they may not work for those whose LH levels fall outside the average range.’
In fact, only 44 per cent of women fall within the average LH profile.
Most fertility monitors use a thershold that might give women a false negative or false positive results when their LH levels fall below or above the normal range. However, myLotus provides personal moment-by-moment LH levels, measured with a daily number, even if your levels fall far above or below the normal range, Dr. Corda points out.
Where most fertility monitors use averages, myLotus provides personal moment-by-moment LH levels and provides a daily number measuring them, even if your levels fall far above or below the normal range, Dr Corda points out.