OvuSense Fertility and Ovulation Blog

Real-life stories from OvuSense users and essential information from fertility experts

  1. Pregnant at 43 years old for the first time!

    Pregnant at 43 years old for the first time!

    Hi ladies....I hope this can give you some hope.  I’m 43 years old and got my BFP this morning on my very first cycle using Ovusense!

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  2. PCOS - kiss my A**! I'm pregnant with OvuSense baby number 2!

    PCOS - kiss my A**! I'm pregnant with OvuSense baby number 2!

    Ladies, it is with pleasure that I am over the moon to tell you all that I am pregnant again. Baby No. 2 is on the way, due March 2018!  I conceived with OvuSense 3 years before this after 18 years of trying.

    I knew I was from my Ovusense chart, sadly and annoyingly I missed a week of using it! I really want to know what happened in that gap but the end result is the same. ❤️

    Doctors said I'd never have children without IVF...pfffft. Prolactinoma, screw you. PCOS, suck it. MTHFR, kiss my Ass!

    Eight years trying for my first, 2 months for my second. I've beaten all the odds twice now and so...

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  3. It's finally sunk in....I'm pregnant! We were due to start IVF in a few months.

    It's finally sunk in....I'm pregnant! We were due to start IVF in a few months.

    I know a few of you know the difficulty we’ve had (even just getting me to ovulate!!).  Out of 9 medicated cycles, I’ve only ovulated 4 times!!! And if it wasn’t for my OvuSense, I wouldn’t have known and we’d have blindly continued on assuming the medication was working when it had stopped.

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  4. OvuSense really did work for me!

    OvuSense really did work for me!

    In April 2017, following increasingly erratic periods and some high FSH readings (40+), I was told by an NHS fertility consultant that I was in premature menopausal transition and that I could expect to enter full menopause within the next 6-9 months.   I was aged 41 at that time.

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  5. Secondary Infertility – The Facts

    Secondary Infertility – The Facts

    Secondary infertility is a common problem. The term secondary infertility refers to the inability to become pregnant or the inability to carry a pregnancy to a live birth following either a previous pregnancy or a previous live birth.

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  6. Christine's story

    Christine's story

    OvuSense got my ovulation date exactly right!   I think my period is on it's way however, I'm pleased that I had my bloods done as I can see a difference in the temperatures between last month (1st month using OvuSense) and this month.

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  7. Catherine's story

    Catherine's story

    Before using OvuSense, I had three progesterone blood test that said I wasn't ovulating; they were always done at mid-point of my normal 28 day cycle.  I was being recommended to do a 'super ovulation' drug plan as a result!

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  8. Kate's story

    Kate's story

    Hi, I used my OvuSense for a year and only ovulated 2 times, which I never would have known if I hadn't been using OvuSense!  I have my period every 35-45 days so it was extremely difficult to determine when I was ovulating, if at all but OvuSense picked it up.

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  9. Inositol and PCOS - your questions answered

    Inositol and PCOS - your questions answered

    Recently, this Facebook forum lit up with women asking about Inositol as the buzz on this supplement is beginning to feed through. The responses ranged from "I'm thinking of trying inositol, can anyone give any advice, what I should take, and if there is anything else that may help" to, a few weeks later.

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  10. Courtney's story - pregnant during the OvuSense User Study

    Courtney's story - pregnant during the OvuSense User Study

    I signed up for the OvuSense User Study recently to test their new App, not knowing what OvuSense was all about. But as women with PCOS, we get to a point where we are willing to try almost anything to get that baby we have been trying so hard for!

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