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

  1. 8 dpo: what to expect once you are 8 days post ovulation.

    8 dpo: what to expect once you are 8 days post ovulation.

    8 dpo: what to expect once you are 8 days past your ovulation.  This is an exciting time!  You may be thinking you're pregnant but are not sure.  Follow our helpful blog to find out what to do next.  Sending you baby dust and lots of luck!

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  2. 7 dpo: what to expect at 7 days post ovulation

    7 dpo: what to expect at 7 days post ovulation

    7 dpo: what to expect and early signs of pregnancy.  Think you might be pregnant?  Have you missed your period?  Read our blog to find helpful tips on what to do next.  As always, wishing you the very best of luck! 

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  3. Possible early signs of pregnancy symptoms to watch out for!

    Possible early signs of pregnancy symptoms to watch out for!

    So, you think you 'might' be pregnant, but are not sure?  This is an exciting and stressful time.  Read our blog to understand the early pregnancy signs and symptoms and get advice on what to do next.  Wishing you all the best!

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  4. endometriosis awareness

    Nurses & Advocates Speak Out for Endometriosis Awareness Month

    Endometriosis Awareness Month takes place across the globe during the month of March with a mission to raise awareness of a disease that affects an estimated 200 million women worldwide. Similar to infertility, this condition can hold a lot of stigma, so women are often anxious to speak openly about their experience. Additionally, it can be challenging to receive an official diagnosis for this condition.

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  5. prolactin

    What is Prolactin, and Could it be Affecting Your Fertility?

    If you're struggling with an anovulatory cycle but haven't been diagnosed with PCOS, you may want to get your prolactin levels checked. When elevated, this lactogenic hormone can have a big impact on your fertility. Read on to learn more about diagnosing and treating this little-known infertility culprit.

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  6. 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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  7. What is Basal Body Temperature (BBT) in early pregnancy?

    What is Basal Body Temperature (BBT) in early pregnancy?

    You may be aware that Basal Body Temperature (BBT) is your temperature when you’re at complete rest and that there is something often referred to as the “BBT method” for fertility tracking. But how does BBT tracking work? And what BBT changes can you expect to see in early pregnancy?

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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