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Confirm Ovulation With PdG Tests by Proov

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Confirm Ovulation With PdG Tests by Proov

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The First and Only FDA Cleared Test to Confirm Successful Ovulation

Contrary to popular belief, there's more to getting pregnant than knowing when you're fertile. Meet Proov Confirm: the first and only FDA cleared test to confirm successful ovulation at home. Each pack contains 5 FDA cleared PdG tests.

Studies show elevated PdG levels during the implantation window can increase pregnancy rates up to 75%*. Add Confirm to your favorite fertility tracking method to confirm ovulation, increase your chances of getting pregnant, and reach your fertility goals faster!

The Need-to-Know on PdG

PdG needs to rise and remain elevated during the second half of your cycle for successful ovulation to occur — and to allow for a higher chance at pregnancy. This test allows you to confirm if your PdG did indeed rise. 


What is PdG and Why Should I Measure it?

Measuring PdG levels provides insight into successful ovulation, a piece of the fertility puzzle that you can’t get from BBT or blood tests alone. After circulating through the bloodstream, progesterone is released from the body as the urinary marker, Pregnanediol Glucuronide (PdG). Sustained, elevated PdG levels during the second half of your cycle — the “implantation window” — is an indication of successful ovulation, which increases your chances of successful implantation and pregnancy by as much as 75%. Low PdG levels during the second half of your cycle may indicate a problem with ovulation that could make it more difficult to get pregnant.

Who Might Have a Problem with Ovulation?

People who might have a problem with ovulation might benefit from testing for PdG. This includes:

  • People with PCOS or endometriosis
  • People TTC over 35
  • People with a history of early miscarriage
  • People who are taking ovulation induction medications
  • People who have been trying to conceive, but without success
What Clinical Research is there?

*Amy Beckley, Joshua Klein, John Park, Aimee Eyvazzadeh, Gary Levy, Alexandra Koudele. The predictive value of urinary progesterone metabolite PdG testing in pregnancy outcomes. Obstetrics and Gynecology Research 5 (2022): 194-198.

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