Our expert says:
The urine test kits for a LH surge are highly sensitive but not as specific and therefore may give you the occasional false positive results. The most common reason for getting a false positive result is if you a high baseline LH level. This normally occurs in patients who have some evidence of polycystic ovarian syndrome [PCOS]. In patients with PCOS the LH test kits are therefore not that accurate. I would suggest that you try another test either a basal body temperature shift more ideally serial ultrasound to assess if follicular growth is occurring.
Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo
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