Understanding cycle characteristics

OvuSense is unique. The OvuCore sensor uses Core Body Temperature to predict ovulation using current cycle data, confirm ovulation, and produce detailed cycle patterns which show what is happening to the level of progesterone throughout each cycle. The OvuFirst sensor uses skin temperature to confirm the date of ovulation. The standard version of the OvuSense App can be used with either sensor to track ovulation, and observe cycle patterns by eye.

OvuSense® Pro provides in-depth cycle pattern analysis, automatically flagging each cycle pattern type identified below, aiding diagnosis and treatment of ovulatory issues.

OvuSense Users can purchase OvuSense® Pro as a subscription upgrade, and then share their data with their doctor if they want to. The user and their doctor access the unique insights of OvuSense® Pro through a dedicated encrypted online portal.

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?

Early Ovulation


Early Ovulation

Late Ovulation


Late Ovulation

Anovulation


Anovulation

Short Luteal Phase


Short Luteal Phase

Slow Rise


Slow Rise

Crash to Baseline™


Crash to Baseline

False Start™


False Start

Crash after Ovulation™

Crash after Ovulation