Who Is Oova For?

Oova is an at-home fertility test built to provide accurate and precise hormone measurements for all its users — regardless of their cycle patterns or fertility complications.

What Is Oova?

Oova is an at-home fertility test that measures luteinizing hormone (LH), estrogen, and progesterone quantitatively. This means users get their exact hormone measurements with a numerical value every time they use Oova.

When our founder went through her infertility journey, no tools allowed her to track her irregular cycle accurately. That’s why she built Oova. Oova is a product that works for all its users, regardless of any variable that has made cycle tracking complicated for them in the past.

Every fertility journey is different, and Oova supports each of them. 

Our at-home test tracks, predicts, and confirms ovulation every cycle, providing women with all the data and guidance they need in our smartphone app.

To use Oova, women provide a urine sample, scan the QR code with their phone cameras, and get all their hormone data, cycle trends, and personalized recommendations in our app.

Oova provides the same accuracy as a clinical blood test through urine testing in the comfort of a user’s home.

Who Can Benefit From Oova?

Countless groups of people can benefit from using Oova, whether you're navigating your reproductive health or simply looking for a new method of fertility tracking.

People with reproductive disorders

If you're navigating disorders like PCOS, endometriosis, or uterine fibroids,  Oova can provide you with a complete view of your fertility.

People with reproductive disorders usually have different hormone levels than those without them. This can make it difficult to track their cycles with qualitative fertility tests that track a person's cycle based on a "normal" hormone level.

On the other hand, Oova tracks hormones quantitatively. That means that users can see their hormone behavior throughout their cycle, understanding if and when they are ovulating each month.

People with irregular cycles

Most fertility tests compare all users to a 28-day cycle. If you have a long or short cycle, these tests won’t work for you. With Oova, it doesn’t matter if your cycle length changes every month or if it’s consistently long or short. Oova measures your exact hormone levels to learn exactly when you are ovulating and relays that information to you.

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People with low or high hormone levels

Traditional ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) use threshold-based, qualitative tests. That means they measure if a user’s hormone levels are above or below a certain amount to distinguish whether you’re ovulating. Oova works differently. Our at-home test monitors your unique hormone levels and builds your cycle report based on your actual measurements.

Oova will never compare a user’s hormone data to an outdated "normal" hormone level idea. 

People whose current tools aren't working

If fertility tools are not working for you, and you’re not sure why, Oova may be your answer. Oova provides a personalized and clinically accurate view of your cycle. Oova is also the only fertility test that measures LH, estrogen, and progesterone, giving you more information with a more holistic approach.

If you're only tracking LH — the hormone tracked by OPKs —  you can never be sure if you are actually ovulating every cycle. That’s because an LH surge does not confirm ovulation; you can still see peak LH levels without releasing an egg. Oova tracks progesterone, which will only get elevated if an egg is actually released.

People who don't want to go to the clinic or get blood drawn

If you have a fear of needles or don’t have the time or energy to go to the clinic, Oova is for you. Oova is just as accurate as a clinical blood test, but you use it through urine testing.

Get Started with Oova

Oova provides you with real-time, actual hormone measurements in your own home and on your own time so that you can take control of your reproductive health.

Oova is currently being used by over 75 clinics across the US to monitor patients’ hormones remotely. If you're a clinician or want your clinician to use Oova to monitor you, fill out the form here.