Traditional fertility tests use 50-year-old technology
Most at-home tests repackage products from the same manufacturers. These tests measure everyone against the false and outdated “standard” of a 28-day cycle. This means the test under your sink probably won’t teach you anything new.
We reinvented the at-home fertility test
We invested years of R&D to completely transform fertility technology. We're leveraging modern medicine to eliminate the inaccurate one-size-fits-all approach.
Now, we’re proud to introduce the best product on the market, backed by Mount Sinai Hospital, and manufactured here in the US.
Our urine-based test ensures iron-clad results, by using the same state-of-the-art materials as aircraft filtration systems. We are able to test with consistency, filtering out variables like caffeine, food, drinks, and medications that can interfere with traditional tests.
Measures three hormones instead of one
Oova is the first at-home fertility test that uses cutting-edge medical technology to measure luteinizing hormone (LH), estrogen, and progesterone with lab-quality sensitivity. No other at-home test can do this.
Ultra-sensitive hormone detection
We invested in advanced nanotechnology — specifically, tiny beads that bind to your hormones — to enable a much wider detection range, and give everyone accurate results. Most other tests have ⅓ of the range, resulting in frequent errors.
Gets smarter over time
Oova establishes your personal hormone baseline, then uses daily changes in those levels to identify your precise fertile window and ovulation dates. This medically-trusted approach increases your ability to get pregnant.
The first test designed to be read by a smartphone
Traditional tests are difficult to interpret and give vague “positive” or “negative” results. Oova is the first fertility test to use cutting-edge image processing to report through a smartphone. The AI-powered Oova app reveals precise hormone levels and provides personalized fertility answers.
The “standard” cycle myth
The fertility industry follows a "standard” cycle of 28 days, which only 13% of women have. This causes trackers and tests to misrepresent fertile windows and inaccurately track ovulation.
By measuring luteinizing hormone (LH) and estrogen, Oova uncovers each woman's exact cycle length—for more accurate fertility windows.
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Oova gives you answers
From different hormone levels and phases, to cycle lengths and egg-release patterns, no two women’s fertility is the same. Oova is designed to capture all of this, revealing more than any other at-home fertility test.