You will receive one brand new Pre-Seed pack that contains a 40gm tube of lubricant and 9 single-use applicators. This is a brand new product from ING fertility intended to replace the old Pre-Seed which only included 6 applicators and could only be used 8 times. In addition you will receive 5 High Sensitivity Ovulation Tests and 5 Ultra Early Pregnancy Tests, all for the one price listed together with the post and packing charge as indicated.
How good are these tests?
We now sell literally millions of these tests in the UK and throughout the world - they are made specifically for us and comply with CE (European Community) and FDA (United States) rules and regulations and every pack has the approval details printed on them. Every batch is checked religiously for quality and accuracy - they are more than 99% accurate. As for the expiry dates, they will always be at least 15 months away and more often nearly 2 years (which is the legal maximum).PRE-SEED 9 APPLICATOR PACK
When Does Vaginal Dryness Occur?
Many times women believe that vaginal lubricants or moisturizers are only for women going through menopause and experiencing vaginal dryness. This is not true and normal hormonal fluctuations often cause vaginal dryness creating the need for extra vaginal lubrication. Vaginal dryness can often occur during:-
- the menstrual cycle
- times of emotional stress
- and when using a condom.
Why do I need PRE-SEED rather than other vaginal lubricants?
Pre-Seed is sperm friendly which means that sperm can move freely in your vagina. The picture below shows sperm swimming freely between semen and Pre-Seed which is exactly what you need when trying to conceive.
Many popular lubricants can create a barrier that interferes with sperm as shown in the picture below - you can see that no sperm have been able to enter the lubricant.
Even worse many popular lubricants are actually hostile to sperm and should not be used when trying to conceive.
What makes Pre-Seed so special?
Pre-Seed is the first "fertility-friendly" Intimate Moisturizer that mimics natural body secretions to relieve vaginal dryness while providing an optimal sperm environment.
Pre-seed's moisture is delivered in a fluid with the same pH and osmolarity as semen and fertile cervical mucus, so as not to harm sperm, and to be mild to a woman's body.
Pre-Seed contains a naturally occurring bioactive plant sugar (arabinogalactan) which provides antioxidant support to cells. Antioxidant levels can be severely decreased in semen from men with fertility problems leading to sperm damage. Pre-Seed is deposited inside to coat the vagina and external cervix and replenish nature's moisture without harming sperm even while trying to conceive - which is often a time of increased vaginal dryness when other personal lubricants should be avoided.
Pre-Seed has been fully clinically tested and is doctor recommended.
Fertilityplan Pregnancy Tests Whether you are trying to get pregnant or trying to keep from getting pregnant, you want to know immediately if you are pregnant or not. The pregnancy tests that we offer are fast, accurate, reliable and an easy alternative when you require immediate and discreet results in the privacy of your own home.
How does a pregnancy test work?
A pregnancy test measures the presence of the hormone Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (HCG) in your urine. HCG is produced in the placenta shortly after the embryo attaches to the uterine lining. This hormone then builds up rapidly in your body in the days following successful conception.
When should I do the test?
The test can be taken at any time of the day. However, we do recommend that you test first thing in the morning when your urine is most concentrated. Do not drink large amounts of fluid in an attempt to increase the volume of urine as this may dilute the urine making HCG more difficult to detect.
What does the test result look like?
How long will it take before I can read the result?
You can read the results in under 5 minutes and a positive result can often be seen in under 30 seconds. However, the full reaction time of 10 minutes is required to confirm a negative result.
What is the difference between home tests and those done by a doctor?
Many doctors and clinics use our pregnancy tests anyway, in which case they are exactly the same. Occasionally, some women may be given a blood test, but they are not very different from our pregnancy tests either as both types look for the presence of HCG in your body.
What should I do with my results?
If your pregnancy test results are positive, you should consult your doctor to discuss your pregnancy and what steps and precautions should be taken next. In addition, if your test is negative and you still suspect you may be pregnant, you may want to confirm your test results with another pregnancy test a few days later.
If I see 2 lines but one is fainter than the other is this a positive result?
Yes, if 2 lines appear you are pregnant no matter how faint the lines appear.
Can anything affect the results of these tests?
Drinking alcohol, painkillers, oral contraceptives, antibiotics and other common drugs will not affect the result of these tests. Only medicines that contain HCG can produce a false positive result. If you are unsure about your result or your period has still not arrived you should see your doctor for advice.
Fertilityplan Ovulation Tests
A pregnancy begins with conception. A child is conceived when the male sperm successfully fertilises the female egg. Successful fertilisation is most likely during a 24-hour period following the LH surge. Since this window is usually only open once a month and for a short period of time, being able to predict the LH surge is very helpful when trying to become pregnant. We have selected these ovulation tests for their price, accuracy and reliability. These tests look for the presence of LH in urine.
How does a home ovulation test work and what is the LH surge?
When a woman is about to ovulate, her body releases a large amount of a hormone called LH (Luteinising Hormone). LH is always present in your urine but the levels increase (surge) in the middle of your cycle, causing you to release an egg from the ovary. This process is called ovulation. If the LH surge is present, ovulation is likely to occur in the next 12 to 36 hours. Our ovulation tests detect the LH surge by measuring the level of LH in urine.
Once ovulation has taken place the level of Progesterone increases and this causes the basal body temperature to rise.
When should I do the test?
To determine when to begin testing, you need to work out the length of your menstrual cycle. The length of your cycle is from the first day of your period to the last day before your next period starts (count the first day of bleeding as day 1). Calculate what the usual length of your menstrual cycle has been the last few months. Once you have worked out the average length of your cycle you can refer to the chart that is included with our tests which clearly shows on which day of your menstrual cycle you should begin testing.
Why should I avoid testing first thing in the morning?
You should avoid testing your urine first thing in the morning as LH is synthesized in your body early in the morning. It will not show up in your urine until later in the day.