OvuSense Fertility and Ovulation Blog

  1. Secondary Infertility: What Is It and What Can You Do Next?

    Secondary Infertility: What Is It and What Can You Do Next?

    Our fertility nurse Kate Davies recently wrote an article for Thrive Global about secondary infertility. 3 million women are affected – so what is it, what can you do, and where can you find support?

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  2. Fertility Nurse Kate Davies Explains PCOS Signs to Watch for in Dr. Oz

    Fertility Nurse Kate Davies Explains PCOS Signs to Watch for in Dr. Oz

    Our fertility nurse consultant, Kate Davies, RN, BSc(Hons), FP Cert, spoke with the Dr. Oz show about 7 signs of PCOS that you should not ignore. According to Kate, it can take up to 13 years on average to receive a definitive diagnosis of PCOS. A few of the symptoms you should look out for include… 

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  3. What Is a Fertile Window, and How Do You Find Yours?

    What Is a Fertile Window, and How Do You Find Yours?

    When you’re trying to conceive, you need to make sure you’re trying at the right time, under the right circumstances. Known as the ‘fertile window’, this is a small number of days that revolve around your ovulation date when it is easier to conceive.

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  4. PCOS Awareness Month: Highlighting our PCOS Warriors

    PCOS Awareness Month: Highlighting our PCOS Warriors

    September marks PCOS Awareness Month, an event that is near to our hearts as many OvuSense users are currently struggling with PCOS. Over the past year, we’ve featured some users with PCOS on our blog. We wanted to take the opportunity to highlight their stories as PCOS Warriors.

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  5. 5 Things Clinicians Should Know About Femtech

    5 Things Clinicians Should Know About Femtech

    Women who are struggling to get pregnant often want to try any available tools they can within the privacy of their own homes before going to a fertility specialist. We’ve outlined five things that doctors and other care providers should know about femtech tools in preparation for these conversations with your patients. 

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  6. Fertility in Your 40s: What You Need to Know

    Fertility in Your 40s: What You Need to Know

    The average age for first-time mothers in the US and UK has been steadily rising for decades. While there are some health risks to pregnancy as you age, we wanted to take a minute to review the facts about fertility in your 40s.

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  7. Interested in Trying OvuSense? Your HSA or FSA Could Help

    Interested in Trying OvuSense? Your HSA or FSA Could Help

    When thinking about growing your family, finances are one of the first considerations that come to mind. If you have an HSA or FSA with your health insurance, good news! There are a ton of products and services associated with fertility treatment qualified for payment or reimbursement with these accounts, including OvuSense.

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  8. How Trusting Her Data Helped Lead to One Woman’s First Pregnancy

    Follow Your Intuition: How Trusting Her Data Helped Lead to One Woman’s First Pregnancy

    When Sarah was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) at 23, she didn’t think much of it immediately. After a year of trying to conceive through seven IUIs, her doctor told her that it might be time to consider in vitro fertilization (IVF). Instead, she decided to try OvuSense.

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  9. “I Helped My Doctors Diagnose a Cyst Because I Knew I Wasn’t Ovulating”

    “I Helped My Doctors Diagnose a Cyst Because I Knew I Wasn’t Ovulating”

    After taking birth control on and off throughout her 20s, Stephanie was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) in her mid 20s. As someone who had been through years of advanced schooling, Stephanie found confidence in the statistics that OvuSense was able to provide and the methodology behind the device.

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  10. 28 Isn’t ‘Too Young’ - Setting Your Own Fertility Timeline

    28 Isn’t ‘Too Young’ - Setting Your Own Fertility Timeline

    When we think about infertility, we often picture someone in their 30s or 40s who may feel like they’re running out of time. However, once you’ve decided to start a family, these same challenges can impact women at any age.

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