Ovusense

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  1. Beeee

    Beeee Well-Known Member

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    Hey ladies,

    Im not sure if this is the correct place to post this but, December 2014 I purchased a device called ovusense. Its a bit like a tampon (made out of a soft plastic) that you insert over night and it measures your temp on a digital monitor. You basically do this all month (apart from when AF is around). It then can predict your ovulation window.

    I was a bit unsure about purchasing at first, but when I received it and started using it I noticed it was extremely accurate (I had blood tests done from my fertility clinic to confirm ovulation at the time ovusense advised me).

    I ended up stopping using it as me and my OH had a holiday booked so we stopped TTC for a while and thats when I fell pregnant.

    I have not been asked to advertise this product (just incase anyone thinks I may be in contact with the company lol), I just thought it may be useful to some of you ladies.

    There is a closed Facebook group for ladies TTC using ovusense and there has been many pregnancies.


    https://www.ovusense.com/uk/

    Please let me know if this post is not allowed!
     
  2. PeanutButter

    PeanutButter Well-Known Member

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    This sounds amazing, so expensive though :/
     
  3. CockerMum

    CockerMum Well-Known Member

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    Wow that's expensive! Good idea tho x
     
  4. DarcyHodge

    DarcyHodge Well-Known Member

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    Great idea but holy moley that's a lot of money! X
     
  5. Beeee

    Beeee Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, its quite a lot of money thats the only downside :-(. They used to do payment plans where you pay monthly but I'm not sure whether they are still available. x
     
  6. glowing

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    It is expensive but if more accurate the clearblue ovulation monitor it maybe worth it. As a year worth of CB test sticks can cost £334 not including cost of monitor and pregnancy tests.
     
    #6 glowing, Jun 7, 2016
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  7. Beeee

    Beeee Well-Known Member

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    That was my thoughts when purchasing as I felt I couldn't trust the CB test sticks due to having PCOS but Ovusense is supposed to be more accurate.
     

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