OvuSense News

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

  1. Pausing or Delaying TTC? Here’s Why You Should Keep Tracking Data

    Pausing or Delaying TTC? No Problem! Here’s Why You Should Keep Tracking Data

    If you do decide to wait or press pause on TTC, there’s no reason not to track your data. In fact, it is beneficial for you to do so! Tracking your cycle with an at-home fertility monitor such as OvuFirst can help you to determine when you ovulate, identify any patterns within your cycle, and even lead to hotter sex.

    Read more »
  2. OvuSense Partners with ScreenMe

    OvuSense Announces Partnership with ScreenMe: Giving Back Control to Women Trying to Conceive

    Introducing the ultimate holistic approach to fertility, we are proud to announce a partnership today between ScreenMe®scientific, the makers of ScreenMe fertility nutrition, and Fertility Focus, the makers of the OvuFirst skin sensor, OvuSense™ fertility monitor, and OvuSense® Pro clinical screening and medication tracking tool.

    Read more »
  3. OvuSense has an Addition to the Fertility Monitoring Family - Which is Right for You?

    OvuSense has an Addition to the Fertility Monitoring Family - Which is Right for You?

    The OvuSense fertility monitoring family now consists of three solutions designed to support couples no matter where they are on their fertility journey. Learn more about each monitor, and determine which is right for you.

    Read more »
  4. Introducing OvuFirst

    OvuSense Announces Launch of OvuFirst Skin Sensor to Further Support Women Just Starting Their Fertility Journey

    The OvuSense family is growing! We have just launched OvuFirst, the most accurate skin-worn sensor on the market that confirms your fertile window with over 90% accuracy. Continue reading to learn more.

    Read more »
  5. OvuCore sensor

    The OvuSense Sensor is Changing its Name to OvuCore

    The fertility monitor you know as OvuSense will now be called "OvuCore." It is the same clinically proven, easy-to-use vaginal sensor that measures continuous core body temperature (cCBT), just with a new name! Moving forward, our family brand name will now be OvuSense.

    Read more »
  6. OvuSense & ExSeed Partner to Provide Complete Monitoring Solution for TTC Couples

    OvuSense & ExSeed Partner to Provide Complete Monitoring Solution for TTC Couples

    To better support families in their fertility journeys, OvuSense has partnered with ExSeed - an at-home sperm testing company - to bring a complete monitoring and testing solution for the couple trying to conceive.

    Read more »
  7. Value of ovusense

    The Value of OvuSense

    Several times each month, we receive inquiries from women and clinical professionals asking about the ‘value’ of the OvuSense device. Since OvuSense was first created, we have continued to be proud of the clinical understanding of our technology.

    Read more »
  8. OvuSense May Help Diagnose Previously Undetected Causes of Infertility – Research at ASRM 2019

    OvuSense May Help Diagnose Previously Undetected Causes of Infertility – Research at ASRM 2019

    According to research presented at the 2019 ASRM Conference, using Core Body Temperature (CBT) monitoring, women and their doctors may now be able to identify previously undetectable causes of infertility. 

    Read more »
  9. 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… 

    Read more »
  10. 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.

    Read more »
Page