“I can’t recommend OvuSense enough to women wanting to gain a better insight into the inner workings of their body” – Rachael R.
After spending her entire adult life with irregular periods, Rachael was eventually diagnosed with PCOS at age 26. Even though she wasn’t ready for a baby at the time, she spent countless hours worrying that her diagnosis would mean she’d struggle to conceive or that she’d never get to be a mom. After connecting with a friend who went through a similar issue, Rachael found hope – and ultimately became pregnant – with the help of OvuSense. Read more about her journey, in her own words, below.
Confirming Ovulation (& Getting Pregnant!) with OvuSense
Fortunately, a friend recommended OvuSense to me a couple of years ago after she too was diagnosed with PCOS and successfully went on to have two OvuSense babies! I decided to give OvuSense a try a few months before I got married in 2022 to see if I was ovulating. That way, if I wasn’t ovulating, I could get the help I needed sooner.
After trying the device, OvuSense showed me that I was ovulating, but at a different time than I thought. Instead of ovulating around the middle of my cycle, I was actually ovulating around 5-6 weeks after the end of my period.
Armed with a few months' worth of data, once I was married, we went straight into trying to conceive. To my delight, we were lucky enough to get pregnant on our first cycle! Sadly, that ended in a chemical loss, but on the next cycle, we timed conception perfectly with the help of OvuSense and I’m now 38 weeks pregnant!
Feeling Fortunate & Thankful
I know it’s not always this easy for everyone and I feel incredibly fortunate that we have been so lucky. Without OvuSense, I’d have been completely in the dark about my ovulation pattern and no doubt spent countless months wondering what on earth was going on inside my body, and probably missing the opportunity to conceive at the right time.
I can’t recommend OvuSense enough to women wanting to gain a better insight into the inner workings of their body and am so thankful that my friend told me about it all those years ago.