The ovulation test is a blood test that helps doctors determine whether you are pregnant.
It’s not a blood sample, but instead a chemical that is created by your body when you ovulate.
It’s the same test that’s used by health care providers and even doctors to diagnose and treat certain conditions.
In the past, women who were found to be pregnant would be told to stop taking their medications or take a test that would show they were not pregnant.
But that changed in 2013 when doctors began using the ovulation tests as a way to detect women with certain medical conditions.
The new test comes with a price tag of $300.
Some states require that people who want to get pregnant must pay for the test.
But in other states, it’s just $15 to take it.
The test also requires that you have a lab test to confirm that the test is accurate.