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  • About Inito
  • Usage & Testing
  • Ordering Inito
  • How does Inito work ?

    Estrogen rises in your body 3-4 days before Ovulation. The rise of Estrogen causes LH surge which triggers Ovulation in 24-36 hours. Inito measures the levels of Estrogen & LH to predict upto 6 fertile days of your cycle. This is the time when you have the highest chances of conception.

    Inito also measures PdG (urine metabolite of progesterone), in addition to LH and Estrogen. Progesterone and its urine metabolite PdG rise after ovulation. The elevated levels of PdG confirm that you have actually ovulated. Seeing your PdG levels rise after LH surge can give you peace of mind or let you know that it may be time to chat with a fertility specialist.

  • What results does Inito give ?

    Inito gives results as: High Fertility, Peak Fertility or Ovulation Confirmed.

    In addition, Inito gives the charts & actual values of all four hormones.

  • Does Inito display the actual values of hormones ?

    Yes, Inito shows the actual values & the chart of your hormones in the App

  • I changed my phone, do I need to order a new Inito ?

    No, you just need to order an attachment clip for your new iPhone from the Inito App.

  • Does Inito need different test strips for each hormone ?

    No, Inito is the only test that measures Estrogen, LH & PdG (urine metabolite of progesterone), and FSH on a single test strip.

  • How is Inito different from other Ovulation Tests ?

    Inito not just tells you when you are most fertile by measuring Estrogen & LH, but also confirms if you actually Ovulate by measuring PdG (urine metabolite of progesterone). Most Ovulation tests can only predict your fertile days.

    Inito measures real values of your hormones to personalize results to the unique you. Most ovulation kits have a set value or a threshold, making them likely to give a false read if your hormones fall outside the average range.

  • What cycle lengths are supported by Inito ?

    Inito supports cycle lengths between 21 - 45 days.

  • What phones are supported by Inito ?

    Inito currently supports iPhones after iPhone 7.

    Android phones are not supported at the moment.

  • Whom can I contact if I need help ?

    Our team is available to help you anytime between 8am to 5pm EST. Our contact details are available at

  • How does Inito handle my personal data ?

    We take your privacy very seriously and never share your data with a third party. Our servers are fully encryted and we follow the best practises to protect your data. You can read our full privacy policy at

  • Where can I download the User Guide for Inito ?

    You can download the user guide from this link

  • How does Inito connect to my phone ?

    Inito uses your iPhone's camera as the sensor. You just need to have the attachment clip specific to your phone which aligns the Inito Monitor to your phone's camera. The App will take care of everything else.

  • Where can I download the Inito App ?

    You can download the Inito App from the Apple App Store link here:

  • When should I take a test ?

    "The Inito App will send you a reminder on when to take a test based on your hormone levels. The first test is a baseline reference test taken typically on Day 6 of the cycle when your hormones have not risen yet. The future tests are suggested based on your cycle length and hormone rise.

    Always take your tests with the first urine after your longest sleep. As you take tests, Inito will learn how soon or late your hormones are rising and add or remove tests based on when you could be fertile.

  • Why do I need to take a Day 6 reference test ?

    Every women's hormone levels are not in the average range - some produce more hormones and some less. By requesting a baseline test on Day 6 of the cycle, Inito can learn about your body when hormones have not risen yet and adapt the results to your unique body.

  • How many strips are required per cycle ?

    The number of tests depends on the irregularity and length of your cycles. For someone with an average cycle length of 30 days, the App asks for 12-15 tests to track fertile days and confirm ovulation. Taking tests everyday to track hormone levels throughout the cycle will need more.

  • Can I take multiple tests in a day ?

    While the App allows you to take multiple tests in a day, it is recommened to take tests only with the first urine of the day.

  • How should I store Inito ?

    You should store Inito inside the box in a cool and dry environment. It is not recommended to store Inito in the bathroom.

  • How soon do the test strips expire ?

    We ensure all test strips have an expiry date of at-least 6 months from your order date. The expiry date is clearly printed on each strips foil pouch.

  • How to update period dates for a cycle longer than 45 days or smaller than 21 days?

    You can update your periods dates by clicking the period icon in the app and enter your relavent period dates. If you have longer cycles you might be asked to take few extra tests.

  • Is Inito or refill strips available in retail stores ?

    Inito is available only Online at the moment.

  • Why do you need to know my phone model before I order ?

    Inito needs an attachment clip specific to your phone for the App to read your hormone values. If you change your phone, just order an attachment clip for your new iPhone.

  • From where can I buy refill test strips ?

    You can buy refill test strips from the Inito App.

  • Is shipping free ?

    We provide free shipping for all the standard delivery orders having an order value more than $75.

  • What is your refund & replacement policy ?
  • How much warranty do I get the Inito Fertility Monitor ?

    We cover Inito by our 6-month limited warranty applicable from the from the date of purchase. Please see our full policy at

  • I have questions about delivery status. Who can I call ?

    Our team is available to help you anytime between 8am to 5pm EST. Our contact details are available at

1. Inito measures PdG, a metabolite of progesterone. Progesterone & PdG are proven to be correlated. Roos J, Johnson S, Weddell S, et al. Monitoring the menstrual cycle: Comparison of urinary and serum reproductive hormones referenced to true ovulation. Eur J Contracept Reprod Heal Care 2015