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With OvuSense® Pro, you can now have peace of mind by proactively monitoring the vital signs of miscarriage risk and make adjustments to feel confident in trying to conceive again. Here's how OvuSense can be your companion in your journey towards a safe pregnancy.

Continuous screening of your menstrual cycle can identify miscarriage risk

OvuSense is the only comprehensive continuous cycle monitoring system available on the market.

Unusual cycle patterns indicating risk of miscarriage can be detected and combined with other tests your healthcare partner (physician/nurse) can provide when you try for a baby.

To use OvuSense Pro most effectively, consider monitoring your cycle patterns in advance of trying to conceive to see if there are any obvious risk indicators and share with your healthcare partner, allowing remote monitoring.

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What can my OB/GYN or specialist and I learn using OvuSense® Pro to manage risk of miscarriage?

OvuSense® Pro provides in-depth cycle pattern analysis of the change in your progesterone. When and where these changes occur in the cycle can affect your risk of miscarrying. Your healthcare partner can use this information to help reduce the risk.

Each of the cycle patterns shown below indicates something slightly different is occurring with the way progesterone is behaving. If these patterns occur in 2 out of 3 cycles, you should seek advice from your healthcare partner to assist in mitigating the risk of miscarriage.

Short Luteal Phase

Short Luteal Phase

A 'short luteal phase' refers to a luteal phase duration of 10 days or less, which is the time between ovulation and the start of the next menstrual period.

OvuSense® Pro can automatically identify a 'short luteal phase' for you and your healthcare partner. A short luteal phase can hinder conception and increase the risk of implantation failure and miscarriage. If it occurs in two or more cycles over a six-month period, it is advisable to consult with a fertility specialist who can provide appropriate treatment.

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Crash After Ovulation™

'Crash after Ovulation' is a cycle pattern characterized by a rapid decline in temperature and progesterone levels after ovulation but before the next period. This pattern is associated with Luteal Phase Insufficiency (LPI), independent of a 'short luteal phase.'

LPI is known to increase the risk of miscarriage, and there is a strong association between the 'Crash after Ovulation' pattern and previous miscarriages as well as endometriosis.

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Crash after Ovulation