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

  1. Jen Walpole

    Trying to Conceive? Here’s How To Support Your Fertility Through Lifestyle Choices

    It’s almost time to ring in another New Year and for many that means making resolutions to start living a healthier lifestyle. If you’re thinking about trying to conceive, making small changes in your diet, exercise, and sleep routine can promote a healthy monthly cycle. Here, Registered Nutritional Therapist Jen Walpole (DipCNM mBANT CNHC) offers her advice on how changing your diet can improve your fertility. 

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  2. How to Help a Friend Who is TTC

    Friendship Forever: How to Help a Friend Who is TTC

    Trying to conceive is not always easy, and it is comforting to know that you have people supporting you and your partner through your journey. Read our blog for some tips on how you can be an encouraging friend to those who may be beginning or struggling through their conception journey.

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  3. 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.

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  4. Colette Assor

    Guest Blog: Trying A Holistic Approach to Help With Unexplained Infertility

    If you’ve recently been diagnosed with explained fertility or have been struggling with your diagnosis for some time, one option you may want to consider is the holistic approach to natural conception. This is focused on a 360-degree mind and body approach, targeted at finding the root causes of the problem. While some people who can not conceive naturally go on to have a baby through IVF, it’s worthwhile to consider trying a more holistic approach, as it may also aid in successful assisted reproduction treatment.

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