Ovulation is the release of an egg from one of a woman’s ovaries 🥚 After the egg is released, it travels down the Fallopian tube, where fertilization by a sperm cell may occur. The ovulation window typically lasts 5-7 days, with one peak ovulation day and usually takes place mid cycle of the menstrual cycle, about 2 weeks before the next menstrual period is expected to begin. If a woman is trying to get pregnant, it’s important to keep track of when ovulation might occur 📅 Knowing when you are ovulating each cycle is very helpful as it signifies the most fertile time, in other words, ability to get pregnant, at the time of ovulation 💜
Introducing the OvuScope™ Ovulation Test Microscope. Knowing when you are at peak ovulation each month helps you identify the best time to get pregnant during your cycle. The OvuScope™ helps keep track of that ovulation cycle, thus giving you time to plan ahead and prepare. This microscope was designed by optics company, Carson Optical and co-designed by an obstetrician to ensure you can accurately monitor your important fertility timing in your home without expensive medical visits.