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OvuSense featured in Pretty Progressive as Top Ovulation Monitor! image
18 July 2019
OvuSense featured in Pretty Progressive as Top Ovulation Monitor!
OvuSense is honored to be recognized by Pretty Progressive as one of the best fertility apps on the market today, and the most reliable ovulation app! We understand TTC can be a difficult and confusing time and are committed to providing accurate information about each woman's unique ovulation cycles based on her...
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User Testimonial: Emma, author of ItsMostlyOkay, discusses OvuSense & Secondary Infertility image
11 July 2019
User Testimonial: Emma, author of ItsMostlyOkay, discusses OvuSense & Secondary Infertility
Emma, author of the "ItsMostlyOkay" blog, discusses her struggles with secondary infertility and how OvuSense has helped her learn more about her cycle in a recent blog. "During the last, nearly four years now, something I’ve never been 100% certain of is whether or not I’m actually ovulating. We started tryin...
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User Testimonial: Vlogger Miranda J. Shares her Fertility Journey image
02 July 2019
User Testimonial: Vlogger Miranda J. Shares her Fertility Journey
Miranda began her fertility journey in 2015 and was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in 2016.  Since then, she and her husband Tyler, who is in the military and frequently travels, have visited several doctors in the hopes of getting pregnant. After recently finding a new reproductive endocrinologi...
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03 November 2015
PCOS - ten great ways to beat the symptoms and feel better

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

PCOS is your worst enemy, we get that. Fight back with ten great ways to beat the symptoms and feel better:
 
 

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03 November 2015
PCOS and you - the fertility diet challenge

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

Weight gain is one of the most common side effects of PCOS. It’s also one that affects your self esteem and compounds your difficulties in conceiving. However, the good news is that by paying attention to your diet, it is possible to lose the weight you’ve gained and feel better.
 
Losing weight will also help to reduce the risk of developing diabetes and heart disease as well as boosting your overall health and well-being.
 
However, diet alone can’t cure PCOS but it can help to alleviate the symptoms, and with ovulation monitoring or further support from your specialist, losing weight can significantly increase your chances of conceiving.
 
 

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14 August 2015
Inositol and PCOS - your questions answered

My name is Angela and I'm a Nutritional Therapist in the UK. Recently, I have been supporting Ovusense and the Facebook forums attached with this fabulous fertility monitor over the last few months via a chance meeting with Kate Davies, Fertility Nurse for Ovusense, at the Fertility Show in London last year.

I have been really delighted be part of this team as nutrition and the world of supplements can be so confusing! As part of the PCOS Fertility Support UK Forum, and as a fertility nutritionist, I am happy to give advice on a supplement that I feel is suited to just about anyone who suffers from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and also tend to get such amazing results with almost no side effects. Continue reading

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