After trying to get pregnant naturally for a year with no success, Maggie took matters into her own hands and diagnosed herself with PCOS, polycystic ovarian syndrome. After her doctor confirmed this diagnosis, Maggie started Metformin and began researching an ovulation tracker that would work with her irregular cycles.
After finding OvuSense, she learned valuable information about her cycle that ultimately helped her conceive. Read more about Maggie’s journey to her BFP below:
“Our secondary infertility journey began two years ago when my husband and I thought it was time to give our 4-year-old a partner in life. Little did we know how long it would take us to reach that goal. After trying to “letting it just happen” for a year, I decided it was time to do some research. I self-diagnosed myself with PCOS and eventually got my OB to make it official and started Metformin.
I began to research ovulation trackers and predictors online and was surprised to find several options. I found all kinds of bracelets, apps and basal body thermometers. None of it worked for me. My cycles were so unpredictable!
I finally came across OvuSense and immediately wanted to try it! After just a few OvuSense cycles my biggest fear was confirmed, I was not ovulating! That was so heartbreaking to find out because it made me feel like it was my fault we weren’t conceiving. I started making healthier food choices and incorporating some supplements, while still temping with OvuSense. On our 9th OvuSense cycle we got our long-awaited BFP!”