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How to Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant

When you’re trying for a baby, you’re going to want the very best chances at getting pregnant, and of having a healthy and trouble-free pregnancy. If you have a condition like Polycystic Ovary Syndrome that makes it harder for you to get pregnant then it’s not merely good to work at increasing your chances at conception, it’s vital! OvuSense is here to help with some tips that you can put into action to increase your chances at getting pregnant.

Target Ovulation

If you want to get pregnant quickly, you need to make sure you’re trying when your body is actually primed to conceive. If you’re not trying to get pregnant in the window of time around ovulation, when sperm can survive long enough to encounter a fertile egg, then you’re not going to succeed!

OvuSense can help you identify when you’re ovulating by measuring your basal body temperature: that minimum temperature that your body drops to when it sleeps deeply. Tiny variations in this temperature show you when you’re due to, and confirm when you are, ovulating! OvuSense’s sensor takes accurate readings right through the night to get the best data, and then uses an algorithm to turn that data not just into an indication of when you are ovulating, but a prediction of when you’re due to!

Targeting your attempts to conceive around ovulation mean you stand a better chance of getting pregnant – which is even more important if you have irregular cycles. If anything disrupts when you ovulate it gives you less chances to get pregnant, so you need to capitalise on the chances you do have!


If you’re experiencing any difficulties with ovulation, one of the ways you can help to ensure a natural menstrual cycle with regular and predictable ovulations is to take a look at your diet. If you’re overweight, then losing weight can help to even out your cycle, by reducing the amount of insulin your system produces.

You can also make sure you’re eating plenty of green vegetables in your diet: these contain vitamins A, K and B2, as well as some of the vital electrolytes your body uses to regulate hormone function in the body. These make sure you’re in good shape, and your body is able to cue your ovaries to develop a fertile egg to be ovulated every month, and provide a thick, generous endometrial lining for the egg to settle in, and grow gradually into a foetus and then a baby!

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