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  1. Fertility answers

    We Asked & You Answered - Common OvuSense Questions Explained for When You’re Getting Started

    Learning how to use new technology and apps can be challenging, that's why we want to make sure you are equipped with the correct information to feel comfortable and empowered to use OvuSense. Learn about when you should be using your sensor, time it takes to download the valuable data, which cycles OvuSense works for, and more.

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  2. OBGYN for pregnancy

    How to Choose The Best OB-GYN For Your Pregnancy

    Your OB-GYN will be the one supporting you throughout your pregnancy journey, so it’s important to get one you trust. Read on to learn what to look for in an OB-GYN, as well as questions to ask at your first appointment.

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  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 to accurately time a Progesterone test

    How to accurately time a Progesterone test

    Your doctor may have suggested that you have a progesterone test to confirm ovulation or to assess your progesterone levels in the luteal phase.

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  9. 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 can you...

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  10. 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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