Our ovulation blood test is a simple and accurate way to detect the presence of Progesterone that indicates successful ovulation in women.
Day 21 Progesterone
If you’re trying to conceive, knowing when you ovulate is crucial. One way to track ovulation is through a Day 21 progesterone test.
This is an accurate, biochemical measure of ovulation, allowing women to take charge of their fertility journey. This test is a more accurate version of the ovulation tests that are available over the counter.
The Day 21 progesterone test is a blood test that measures the levels of progesterone in your blood on Day 21 of your menstrual cycle. Progesterone is a hormone that’s released after ovulation, and its levels peak during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle.
This test is important because it helps to confirm ovulation. If your progesterone levels are high on Day 21, it means that you ovulated. If your levels are low, it may indicate that you did not ovulate. You can find more information here.
This test may be useful to those who are keen to conceive. It offers an accurate measure of ovulation, helping those who are not ovulating to be identified so that they can seek specialist help sooner rather than later. This test also helps to take out the guesswork around whether ovulation has occurred or not, making conception planning less stressful.
Monitoring ovulation using the Day 21 progesterone test is simple. First, you’ll need to track your menstrual cycle to determine when Day 21 is. Then, you’ll need to do the blood test on that day.
If your progesterone levels are normal, it means that your body is working correctly, and you have a good chance of conceiving. If your levels are low, our doctors may recommend further testing or treatment to help you conceive.
To summarise, the Day 21 progesterone test is a valuable tool for monitoring ovulation and improving your chances of conceiving. By tracking your menstrual cycle and getting this test done, you can take control of your fertility and increase your chances of getting pregnant.
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