PCOS

If you’re a woman who’s trying to get pregnant, or simply taking an interest in your health, then it’s well worth your while to get informed about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). It affects as many as 10% of women in the UK, it can impact your physical health, mental health and fertility, so what is PCOS, and what does it mean for you? Read our articles below that will answer many of the questions you have regarding managing symptoms and getting pregnant with PCOS.

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

  1. Lana and her husband

    Discovering a New Dream – Trying to Naturally Conceive with PCOS

    Since a young age, Lana from Goodland, Kansas, believed she knew how she wanted to start her family: through adoption. After experiencing a miscarriage, Lana and her husband have recently begun trying to conceive again, using the data gathered by OvuSense to hopefully advance their journey.

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  2. How Trusting Her Data Helped Lead to One Woman’s First Pregnancy

    Follow Your Intuition: How Trusting Her Data Helped Lead to One Woman’s First Pregnancy

    When Sarah was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) at 23, she didn’t think much of it immediately. After a year of trying to conceive through seven IUIs, her doctor told her that it might be time to consider in vitro fertilization (IVF). Instead, she decided to try OvuSense.

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  3. “I Helped My Doctors Diagnose a Cyst Because I Knew I Wasn’t Ovulating”

    “I Helped My Doctors Diagnose a Cyst Because I Knew I Wasn’t Ovulating”

    After taking birth control on and off throughout her 20s, Stephanie was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) in her mid 20s. As someone who had been through years of advanced schooling, Stephanie found confidence in the statistics that OvuSense was able to provide and the methodology behind the device.

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  4. 28 Isn’t ‘Too Young’ - Setting Your Own Fertility Timeline

    28 Isn’t ‘Too Young’ - Setting Your Own Fertility Timeline

    When we think about infertility, we often picture someone in their 30s or 40s who may feel like they’re running out of time. However, once you’ve decided to start a family, these same challenges can impact women at any age.

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  5. 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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  6. 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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