Don’t just predict ovulation. Proov it!
Know if you’ve ovulated & conceive faster.
Traditional ovulation predictor kits only show half the picture and aren’t enough to confirm ovulation. Proov strips test for progesterone, allowing women to know more about their cycles by confirming ovulation from the comfort of their own home.
Developed by a scientist and infertility veteran
It took three years of infertility and seven miscarriages for Amy to finally uncover the cause of her infertility - a luteal phase defect, which means Amy wasn't producing enough progesterone for long enough to support a healthy pregnancy.
Amy was frustrated to think that other women might suffer the same long road to diagnosis and treatment. So she took her PhD in Pharmacology and her passion for helping others and developed Proov - to empower women to track progesterone quickly, easily, and at home
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What Doctors Say
Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh, MD, MPH - AKA "The Egg Whisperer"
Ovulation tracking can be very frustrating, confusing, and is often inaccurate. When I learned about Proov Test, I immediately reached out to them and have been talking to my patients about their test ever since. Why only predict ovulation when confirming ovulation is now so easy and it increases ovulation tracking accuracy?
Dr. Martin Owen, MD CCFP
Progesterone is critical for understanding ovulation and fertility. Proov is the only way for women to monitor progesterone accurately in the comfort of their home. This major breakthrough is empowering women and leading to optimal health and fertility. No need to guess, now you can Proov it!
Dr. Richard Fehring Director, Institute of Natural Family Planning, Marquette University
I often recommend the use of the Proov progesterone test for those women who use natural fertility awareness based methods of family planning and who wish to have confirmation they have ovulated. The progesterone test is particularly helpful for confirming ovulation among women who are in the postpartum transition to fertility and among women with PCOS.