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25 June 2019
Understanding the Lingo of Online Communities
As access to information and online resources continues to grow, online groups around specific healthcare topics are also popping up – particularly around infertility. Many people in these groups find solace in talking with a group of individuals who know exactly what they’re going through, which they may not ...
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19 June 2019
Key Fertility Terms – Simplified
When beginning your fertility journey, navigating the terms used in blogs, articles and doctors offices can be confusing, to say the least. This time of your life shouldn’t have to be scary or intimidating, and understanding the “language” can help ensure you’re getting the most accurate information about ...
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04 June 2019
User Testimonial: Cassandra, author of FitCouchPotato.com
"OvuSense changed everything. It gave me back some of that control I desperately needed and it comforted me to know that all the data this medical device is gathering will help us conceive. The device gave us vital information. We saw that I ovulate incredibly late in my cycle, nearly a week after what we thought ...
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13 May 2019
OvuSense News: Our New App is Here!

Current users of OvuSense - we hear you! Over the last year+, we’ve listened to your feedback, questions, and requests and are excited to announce a new version of our app that incorporates many of these features has launched!

This comprehensive upgrade is completely FREE to customers (past and present) along with your purchase of the OvuSense monitor. As a result of 18+ months of development work and extensive testing, our new app is a more intuitive, user-friendly program with many new features and the same extremely accurate LIVE ovulation tracking system as before.

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03 February 2018
Buying OvuSense was a main 'game changer' in my fertility journey!
"I have to agree, buying OvuSense was the main game changer in my fertility journey.  Without it, I wouldn't have been given the diagnostic tests I have had.  My consultant asked me this morning, "How's the 'egg' (meaning OvuSense) going?"  I showed him my charts from the previous cycles and he said, "Hmmmmm...I'm so impressed.  What's its actual name?"  So, I told him the name was OvuSense and he jotted it down."
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02 February 2018
Interested in fertility reflexology? Half price consultation for OvuSense users!
My name is Julia Mclellan and I’m a holistic therapist.  I help women (and men) every day with fertility.  I'm here to tell you more about what I do and how I can help you on your fertility journey.  For OvuSense Users, I am offering a special deal too!
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18 January 2018
PCOS - kiss my A**! I'm pregnant with OvuSense baby number 2!

Ladies, it is with pleasure that I am over the moon to tell you all that I am pregnant again. Baby No. 2 is on the way, due March 2018!  I conceived with OvuSense 3 years before this after 18 years of trying.

I knew I was from my Ovusense chart, sadly and annoyingly I missed a week of using it! I really want to know what happened in that gap but the end result is the same. ❤️

Doctors said I'd never have children without IVF...pfffft. Prolactinoma, screw you. PCOS, suck it. MTHFR, kiss my Ass!

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02 November 2015
It's National Fertility Awareness Week - come find us at the Fertility Show!

Did you know that this week in the UK it's National Fertility Awareness Week

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This year National Fertility Awareness Week is Monday 2nd November to Sunday 8th November 2015, culminating in the fabulous Fertility Show on Saturday the 7th - Sunday 8th in London.

Firstly let's talk about National Fertility Awareness Week. In the UK and worldwide #1in6 couples are affected by fertility problems. National Fertility Awareness Week aims to

  • Raise awareness of the #1in6 couples in the UK struggling to become parents
  • Explain what options exist for the #1in6 couples experiencing fertility problems
  • Highlight the emotional and physical impact of infertility

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This year the three key themes for the week are:

  • Our fertile future – promoting the importance of fertility education by increasing young people’s awareness of the facts about fertility
  • You are not alone – campaigning for better emotional support for everyone struggling to conceive, including improved access to counselling during treatment
  • Males matter too – focusing on how fertility struggles affect men

You can read more and find out how you can get involved to raise awareness and support this amazing charity here. Why not get active on your social media to get people talking and help to reduce the stigma of infertility? Run, walk or swim 5K? Or get involved in the Great Cake Bake. Want more inspiration? Listen to the Fertility Podcast for ideas on how you can get involved.

Here at OvuSense, we hope that National Fertility Awareness Week will highlight the need to get people talking about fertility and the #1in6 people who need help. 

We are so excited about this year's Fertility Show as once again OvuSense are going to be there exhibiting.

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We would love to meet you, so come along to Stand 93 and say hello. We have so much to tell you about the OvuSense Fertility Monitor. At the show you get to meet the team and I (the OvuSense Fertility Nurse) will be there on hand to answer any of your burning fertility questions. Like last year, we have two of our lovely customers who are using OvuSense, to tell you all about it. So come and hear what they think about their monitor, and how it is helping them understand their cycles and fertility and helping them make positive steps along their journey.

See you there!

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29 October 2015
NICE guidelines for fertility – what does this mean for you?

By Kate Davies, RN, BSc(Hons), FP Cert - Fertility Nurse

The UK in 2013, updated and significantly changed the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines for the assessment and treatment of individuals who are having difficulties in conceiving.
 
If you live in the UK and are trying to conceive, it's important that you understand these new guidelines and what they mean for you. 
 
 

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26 October 2015
Kirsty's story

Secondary infertility, 3 week Luteal Phase and now pregnant

Hi, my name is Kirsty and I’m pregnant with my second baby after using OvuSense for 2 cycles. With OvuSense, I was able not only work out, if and when, I was ovulating, but how long my Luteal Phase was. Turns out, we were trying to conceive at completely the wrong time.

Here is my story:

My husband and I have been trying for 2 years to conceive again as we already have a daughter together. I am 29 years old and the first time I got pregnant, I was 23. It took 6 months to get pregnant with my daughter, so we were really hoping it wouldn’t take as long as it did the first time. Unfortunately, we were wrong. I saw OvuSense advertised on Facebook and the fact it worked for women who have PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), made me read more about it and eventually order one online. In addition, the OvuSense money back guarantee, ‘OvuSense Ovulation Promise’ really sold it for me as I didn’t think I was ovulating at all. Knowing that I could get my money back after 6 months if OvuSense didn’t detect ovulation for me, was a big relief financially. Continue reading

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