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Ovu-Trac(R) Home Test Kit From OvumOptics Predicts Ovulation with 96.2% Accuracy
Date:6/18/2009

ation calculations on this misinformation. The Ovu-Trac® allows women to predict when they are fertile regardless of their cycle lengths. Most ovulation tracking kits tell a woman to begin testing on Day 11 of her cycle (counting forward from the first day of menstruation). However, ovulation is best measured by counting backwards from the first day of menstruation - counting forward is only useful for those with the "average" 28-day menstrual cycle. As a result, many women following these instructions will ovulate well before or after Day 11, and miss their fertile phase altogether - literally "flushing" their money down the toilet! The Ovu-Trac® offers women an individually focused approached to [ovulation prediction based on actual information, not on probabilities applied to the mythical "average woman."

How Ovu-Trac® Works

When a woman enters her fertile phase, high estrogen levels cause her mucus membranes to secrete more bio-salts in cervical fluid, nasal fluid, tears and saliva. These fluids, when dried and viewed through a microscope, appear crystallized or "ferned" during a woman's fertile phase. The Ovu-Trac® was designed specifically to measure bio-salt concentrations in saliva that indicate a transition from a non-fertile to a fertile state in women.
                            
Ovu-Trac® Meets all Health Canada and U.S. Food and Drug Administration Requirements

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