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Proov Ovulation Score: Finding and Using Your Score

Written by:, PhD, Founder and Inventor of the Proov test — the first and only FDA-cleared test to confirm successful ovulation at home.


What The Proov Ovulation Score Means

We created the Proov Ovulation Score in order to give you a simple, clear way to get more information about your body and fertility. Your Proov Ovulation Score is a key number to help you confirm successful ovulation at home. Higher scores are associated with a higher chance of a successful pregnancy. Remember, if the number is low, a successful pregnancy can still be possible. If your score is low, we will also direct you to next steps. Many ovulation related issues are easily treated with oral medication. 

To find your Proov Ovulation score, make sure you’ve taken one of the following tests:

  • Proov Complete
  • Proov Hers and His
  • Proov Predict & Confirm
  • Proov Confirm
  • Proov 4-in-1 Fertility Test
  • Proov Pregnancy Pack

If you haven’t taken one of these tests yet, we recommend that you start with Proov Complete (female test only) or Proov Hers and His (also includes Proov YO Sperm Test). 

Finding your Proov Ovulation Score:

  1. Launch the Proov app
  2. To see your score for your current cycle, click Reports in the bottom nav- it will unlock once all testing is done
  3. To see your score for past cycles, click the data icon in the top right corner
  4. Tap “Past Reports”
  5. Scroll down to the cycle that you would like to view and tap to open your past report
  6. You will see a number on a scale of 0 to 100. This is your ovulation score. Write it down!

After you know your ovulation score, you can scroll down to learn about next steps. Tap the “Start free chat” button in your app to get more information about what your score means and how you can increase your chances of a successful pregnancy.

Watch the video below to see how you find the ovulation score in the app:

The Science Behind The Proov Ovulation Score

Did you know that a positive ovulation predictor (OPK) test doesn’t always mean you are ovulating?

Ovulation is more than a “yes/no.” In fact, it’s possible to release an egg but still not have enough progesterone – the hormone released after ovulation – to support implantation. Proov measures a hormone marker released after ovulation, called PdG, that supports implantation and tracks it during the implantation window. A clinical study showed that sustained elevated PdG levels during the implantation window – which yields a high ovulation score – was associated with a 75% increase in pregnancy rates.

If you uncover a potential issue with Proov, the fix can be simple. We’ll be there to support you with further resources from science-backed supplements to connections with fertility doctors.

Ovulation score and pregnancy rates

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