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If you're already talking to a doctor, or plan to see one about your fertility or pregnancy issues, our OvuSense Pro clinician portal is designed for you and your doctor.

OvuSense® Pro allows you and your doctor to remotely access detailed information about your cycles through an online portal. It provides unique analysis helping screen for common reasons why you may be struggling to conceive, and monitor medication or treatment you receive.

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OvuSense Pro

With OvuSense Pro you and your medical professional will be able to:

  • Objectively see important physiological indicators such as cycle length, and length of luteal (ovulation to period start) and follicular (period start to ovulation) phases.
  • Understand the best time in the cycle to carry out in-office tests such as serum progesterone, ultrasound folliculometry, and further hormone testing.
  • Create a treatment plan, and monitor the effect treatment is having.

How it Works

On your laptop or mac, OvuSense Pro shows your temperature chart for each cycle. This is the same chart you can see in your OvuSense App but enhanced with extra flags to let you learn about potential cycle issues based on a set of clinically published criteria. This helps both understand which diagnostic tests to conduct and the best timing of those tests. Blood for a serum progesterone, for instance, can be timed for draw 7 days after confirmed ovulation by OvuSense Pro as per ASRM recommendations.

Once a diagnosis is in place, cycle changes can be easily tracked to determine whether treatments and dietary change are having the desired effect.

Example Screen

This example screen shows a cycle of 73 days with ovulation occurring on day 62. The luteal phase is 11 days long. This is the first of three cycles shown in the Case Study. The case study shows the progression from an atypical cycle treated by a physician with Letrozole to a cycle with much more 'normal' characteristics and balanced follicular and luteal phases.

The ability to see cycle changes easily is the main benefit of OvuSense Pro.

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    View the OvuSense Pro Case Study

    This case study covers three consecutive cycles. You will see the initial cycle is 73 days long, the next 47. Then with Letrozole the cycle length is reduced to 32 days with ovulation is on day 20.

    We objectively see the reproductive cycle, the clear change in cycle length, and the result of the intervention.

    Cycle 1

    In this example the OvuSense user was 32 years old, trying to conceive 1-2 years prior to starting with OvuSense. During her first cycle of use a number of atypical cycle characteristics were identified, and although she ovulated it was late in the cycle.

    OvuSense Pro cycle chart 1

    Cycle 2

    The late ovulation is repeated in cycle 2 and Letrozole was prescribed by her clinician at the start of the 3rd cycle.

    OvuSense Pro cycle chart 2

    Cycle 3

    The Letrozole resulted in a much shorter follicular phase and ovulation nearer the middle of the month. OvuSense Pro successfully screens for cycle issues, provides actionable insights, and continued monitoring confirms (in this case) that treatment successfully restores ovulation.

    OvuSense Pro cycle chart 3


What are the benefits of using OvuSense Pro?

Not only does OvuSense Pro help your medical professional and you understand each reproductive cycle, it helps you feel that you are taking back control of your fertility. With OvuSense Pro you’ll now know exactly what effect recommendations and treatment are having. OvuSense Pro provides actionable feedback at a glance when you want it. There is a huge benefit for if you have PCOS, or at risk of miscarriage or pregnancy complications

OvuSense® Pro provides in-depth cycle pattern analysis, automatically flagging each cycle pattern type identified below.

Click on each of the cycle pattern images below to find out more - for each image we answer the questions:

  • What is it?
  • How common is it?
  • Why does it happen?
  • How can I see it?
  • What does it mean?
  • What can be done about it?