NEWSFLASH

Oova is the at-home fertility test that doctors trust. Here's why.

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 These tests measure everyone against the false and outdated “standard” of a 28-day cycle.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.

Oova vs. traditional OPKs

We invested years of R&D to completely transform hormone health 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.

Lab-quality precision without a blood draw

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.

DID YOU KNOW?
We perform hundreds of quality checks to ensure each cartridge meets our standards.

Measures three hormones instead of one

Oova is the first at-home 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.

DID YOU KNOW?
Some women don’t release an egg every cycle. Progesterone measurement confirms ovulation.

Oova vs. blood testing

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.

Oova vs. other multi-hormone tests

Oova establishes your personal hormone baseline, then monitors daily fluctuations relative to your baseline. The more you scan, the more Oova can tell you about your hormones trends and patterns.

DID YOU KNOW?
If you're trying to conceive, Oova pinpoints your fertile window and ovulation with precision. This medically-trusted approach boosts your ability to get pregnant.

Why Oova stands out

Traditional tests are difficult to interpret and give vague “positive” or “negative” results. Oova is the first at-home testing system to use cutting-edge image processing to report through a smartphone. The AI-powered Oova app reveals precise hormone levels and provides personalized answers.

The “standard” cycle myth

The health industry follows a "standard” cycle of 28 days, which only 13% of women actually have. This causes trackers and tests to inaccurately track hormone trends and misrepresent fertile windows and ovulation.

By measuring luteinizing hormone (LH), progesterone, and estrogen, Oova uncovers each woman's exact cycle length—for greater accuracy.

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Read Oova success stories

OOVA: A TWO-IN-ONE AT-HOME TEST FOR MEASURING LUTEINIZING HORMONE AND PROGESTERONE
A white paper describing the performance and verification studies conducted on the final multiplexed luteinizing hormone and progesterone test strip designed by Oova.
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MONITORING AT-HOME HORMONE TESTING ADHERENCE IN PATIENTS OF ADVANCED MATERNAL AGE
A review of testing adherence of patients 34+ using Oova compared to those in a younger age group.
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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 hormone patterns are the same. Oova is designed to capture all of this, revealing more than any other at-home hormone test.

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