Planny (Urine ovulation test) Planny is a qualitative detection test of leutinizing hormone (LH) in urine to predict the urine time of ovulation, the LH ovulation test detects the LH surge in urine, signaling that ovulation is likely to occur in the next 24 - 36 hours which enables any women planning to get pregnant, to identify best time of ovulation during the month. Description: What is Planny It is an in-vitro diagnostic device Package 1 carton box contains 1 sealed diagnostic strip Price 19 L.E. Shelf Life 3 years Storage The test strip can be stored at 2-30o C in the sealed pouch. How to use: Specimen collection and storage: Collect urine specimen at about the same time of each day during the entire cycle Don’t use first morning urine sample as LH will not show up in your urine until later in the day The best time to collect your urine is between 10am – 8pm Reduce liquid intake about 2 hours before collecting your urine as a diluted sample can prevent the test from detecting LH surge Test should be performed immediately after the specimens have been collected. Don’t leave the specimen at room temperature for prolonged periods. When to start testing: The test may begin 11 days after first period. Since the average cycle length is 28 days, perform 1 test each day over a 3-6 days period or until the LH surge is detected. Test procedure: Allow the strip and urine specimen to equilibrate with room temperature (15 – 30 C) prior to testing. Remove the test strip from the sealed pouch and use it as soon as possible Immerse the test strip in the urine sample for at least 5 seconds with the arrow end pointing toward the urine. Remove the test strip from the urine sample and lay flat on a non absorptive clean surface Wait for pink color lines to appear. Read results within 10 minutes. Don’t read results after 15 minutes. Limitations: For women who are pregnant, menopausal or taking birth control pills, the test will not work properly. This is a diagnostic test As with all diagnostic tests a definitive clinical diagnosis is done by a physician after clinical and laboratory findings are evaluated.