myLotus tracker allows you to get lab- standard testing at home. Take an ovulation test and you’ll get a precise numerical result, showing your personal LH level and your peak fertile day. No smiley faces or confusing signs. Just clear information, unique to you.
- * 99% accurate results
- Suitable for ALL women - irregular cycles, low, or high LH baseline levels
- Suitable for those with PCOS
- Build a monthly profile - compare against previous cycles
Identify the best time to have sex - strengthen your chances of conception
*myLotus ovulation tests are over 99% accurate based on laboratory tests showing a positive result at 40mIU/mL
How myLotus works
If you’ve got an irregular or longer than ‘average’ cycle, the chances are other ovulation tests won’t work for you. That’s where our personalised fertility tracker comes in.
The myLotus tracker can cover the length of cycles that range from 21 - 42 days. It learns from previous cycles and it can pinpoint your exact LH levels, even if your periods are on pause.
Simply test your urine each morning and we’ll tell you the precise amount of Luteinising Hormone in your system. By tracking your LH each day, you’ll get an overview of your own LH curve so you know when you’re most fertile.
Start tracking and you’ll get real-time, lab-standard test results, letting you know exactly what’s going on in your body.
don’t do average
At Mylo, we like to go granular. Unlike the algorithm that’s used in myLotus, standard sticks measure against an ‘average level’ and that might not detect your peak level of LH. That means you could easily miss your surge and miss an opportunity to conceive.
Guessing won’t get you pregnant. Tracking might.
Every month matters and every body is different - that’s why tracking your LH allows you to understand your cycle.
Your LH surge happens around 24-36 hours before you ovulate. The day that your LH surge is detected, and the day after, are the two most fertile days in your cycle. Knowing the exact timing can improve your chances of pregnancy.
Research shows that testing mid-morning gives you the most accurate result, but the LH surge can happen at different times for each woman. When it does happen, it can be very rapid, so testing twice per day can help you spot your peak before your LH levels start to come down.