1. Is salivary crystallization a new test to indicate ovulation?
Saliva testing is not a new method of predicting ovulation. In
fact, the connection between salivary crystallization and ovulation
has been known since the 1960's.
2. Will I need to buy anything else in addition to the Ovu-Trac
Ovulation Predictor Kit?
No. The Kit includes everything you need to start testing. The
portable microscope requires two AA batteries, which are included
with your initial purchase. These batteries will need to be replaced
about every three or four months, or whenever they are no longer
3. How do the Basal Body Temperature and Ovu-Trac methods
Basal Thermometers indicate the day of ovulation,
however, they do not indicate when a woman enters her fertile
phase. Ovu-Trac shows the day of ovulation, in addition
to indicating when a woman enters her fertile phase. With Basal
Thermometers there are many factors that affect an accurate reading.
Most women find the Ovu-Trac method is easier to use.