fertility

  1. 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.

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  2. 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.

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  3. Progesterone and Temperature: Facts and Misconceptions

    Progesterone and Temperature: Facts and Misconceptions

    Progesterone is often misunderstood by medical professionals. We break down the current research on progesterone, how it is related to ovulation, and share why OvuSense is the only fertility monitor on the market that accurately tracks the rise and fall of progesterone through continuous measurement of Core Body Temperature.

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  4. 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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  5. Testimonial: Sarah Heywood, Founder of The Journey, Talks PCOS, TTC, and OvuSense

    Testimonial: Sarah Heywood, Founder of The Journey, Talks PCOS, TTC, and OvuSense

    Like many women, Sarah spent her 20s trying NOT to get pregnant, assuming that when she was ready, she would be able to conceive. But after experiencing irregular cycles her whole life, she quickly realized that her journey to motherhood wasn’t going to be as straightforward as she had hoped. 

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  6. The Road to Understanding Infertility

    The Road to Understanding Infertility

    While many women aren’t diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) until later in life, some women find out as they are first starting their period – often without a proper explanation of what this means for their health or future fertility.

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  7. 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. 

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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. 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… 

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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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