OvuSense Fertility and Ovulation Blog

  1. Sophie Announces Pregnancy

    Testimonial: Sophie & Husband Thrilled to Announce Long-Awaited Pregnancy

    Even after more than three years of TTC, a PCOS diagnosis, and a miscarriage, Sophie and her husband refused to give up hope that they would conceive. With the help of OvuSense and ExSeed, Sophie and her husband found out they were pregnant in March 2021. They couldn’t be happier to be preparing to welcome their little miracle to the world in December.

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  2. OvuSense has an Addition to the Fertility Monitoring Family - Which is Right for You?

    OvuSense has an Addition to the Fertility Monitoring Family - Which is Right for You?

    The OvuSense fertility monitoring family now consists of three solutions designed to support couples no matter where they are on their fertility journey. Learn more about each monitor, and determine which is right for you.

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  3. Introducing OvuFirst

    OvuSense Announces Launch of OvuFirst Skin Sensor to Further Support Women Just Starting Their Fertility Journey

    The OvuSense family is growing! We have just launched OvuFirst, the most accurate skin-worn sensor on the market that confirms your fertile window with over 90% accuracy. Continue reading to learn more.

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    The Benefits of Getting Pregnant in a Pandemic

    With the rollout of COVID vaccines across the world and the recent encouragement surrounding the safety of pregnant women receiving them, many women may be feeling more comfortable and confident in their journey to start or continue to grow a family during the pandemic. Continue reading to learn more.

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  5. OvuCore sensor

    The OvuSense Sensor is Changing its Name to OvuCore

    The fertility monitor you know as OvuSense will now be called "OvuCore." It is the same clinically proven, easy-to-use vaginal sensor that measures continuous core body temperature (cCBT), just with a new name! Moving forward, our family brand name will now be OvuSense.

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  6. OvuSense & ExSeed Partner to Provide Complete Monitoring Solution for TTC Couples

    OvuSense & ExSeed Partner to Provide Complete Monitoring Solution for TTC Couples

    To better support families in their fertility journeys, OvuSense has partnered with ExSeed - an at-home sperm testing company - to bring a complete monitoring and testing solution for the couple trying to conceive.

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  7. Value of ovusense

    The Value of OvuSense

    Several times each month, we receive inquiries from women and clinical professionals asking about the ‘value’ of the OvuSense device. Since OvuSense was first created, we have continued to be proud of the clinical understanding of our technology.

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  8. Guest Blog: Three Tips for Optimizing Your Cycle Tracking

    Guest Blog: Three Tips for Optimizing Your Cycle Tracking

    While social media and Dr Google have transformed the degree of awareness women have around fertility tracking and body awareness, they are also forums for potential misinformation. Facts, not followers, are what create true empowerment.  What do you need to know?

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  9. Progesterone and Temperature: Facts and Misconceptions

    Progesterone and Temperature: Facts and Misconceptions

    Progesterone is often misunderstood by medical professionals. We break down the current research on progesterone, how it is related to ovulation, and share why OvuSense is the only fertility monitor on the market that accurately tracks the rise and fall of progesterone through continuous measurement of Core Body Temperature.

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  10. How to increase your luteal phase naturally

    How to increase your luteal phase naturally

    While trying to conceive, it's very likely that you will start to try and understand your luteal phase.  You are right to be considering it, because if your luteal phase is too short  (less than 9 days) may cause complications in trying to conceive. The good news is that there are lots of things you can do to help.

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