An easier, more accurate way to predict ovulation thanks to OvuSense.

An easier, more accurate way to predict ovulation thanks to OvuSense.

Ovusensechristmas_2Have you heard of OvuSense? This nifty little machine is a new real time fertility monitor which helps to predict ovulation. It was created by British start-up medical devices company, Fertility Focus Ltd, based in Warwickshire. OvuSense gives you essential fertility knowledge, personal to you, in real time, with 99% accuracy.  In just two weeks, OvuSense will tell you when you will ovulate this cycle and then confirm the exact date for you.

It is a known fact that women become less fertile with age mainly due to variability in ovulation. Additionally, 70% of women do not ovulate in the middle of the month. The longer you keep trying to conceive and the older you get, the lower your chances of conception get. Each year that passes from age 25 onwards, your chances of conception fall by about 5%, so every cycle is vital.

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The clinical literature shows that as ovulation predictor kits measure Luteinising Hormone (LH), they sometimes indicate ovulation when none has occurred, and miss some ovulation events altogether. Couples who use them could be attempting to conceive at the wrong time. In addition, using these kits correctly sometimes means remembering to test 2-3 times a day, at similar times, consistently.

You could be spending up to £90.00 a month on LH kits – an expense that few people can afford. For a single payment of £395.00 (or a value of £33.00 each month for 12 months), OvuSense delivers 99% accuracy every single cycle thus giving you more confidence.

OvuSense predicts your ovulation one day in advance, usually within the first 10 days of use. It also tells you the exact day of ovulation, and your fertile window for each cycle. If you don’t ovulate, OvuSense will tell you (which other products can’t do). This vital information ensures you don’t waste another cycle.




There is another statistic involved too. According to research carried out recently, 40% of women with fertility issues leave their GP with no explanation as to why they are unable to get pregnant.

The survey, which was carried out on behalf of OvuSense, questioned 500 women with known fertility issues. Many of those questioned were told they may have common issues such as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or endometriosis, but were given no formal diagnosis for the conditions, and feel they are left in the dark about the implications.

Rob Milnes, CEO of Fertility Focus, says:

“Our research highlights that there simply isn’t enough proactivity when it comes to identifying why a woman is failing to conceive. With advances in technology and knowledge around infertility I think it is time to revisit the guidance on Expectant Management.

Under the current NICE (National Institute for Health & Care Excellence) guidelines, women under the age of 35 who approach their GP with concerns about their fertility should continue trying to conceive for two years before being considered for treatment on the NHS.

Kate Davies, Fertility Practitioner RN BSc (HONS) FP Cert, said:

“I hear from scores of women who are confused, upset and frustrated. They pluck up the courage to go and talk to the GP and often leave feeling very blamed, let down by a lack of information, and without a diagnosis. Diagnosis is the key to being able to manage any medical condition or illness, we all know that, but with something as precious as childbirth the current guidance is to keep trying. Whilst it is vital couples aim for a really healthy lifestyle and are managing their weight, it seems almost cruel to send couples away after having gone to their GP for help and proactive support. Even if they did everything recommended for NICE ‘expectant management’ 20% of couples of would never get pregnant, yet they are left out in the dark for up to two years – those two years could be vital”

This where OvuSense comes in. It can drastically help cut down the time spent on knowing when you ovulate. Because, as every woman knows, every month counts when you are trying for a baby.

As one woman with PCOS currently using OvuSense says: “If you think you might have something wrong (like PCOS) then go right away to your GP and get it looked into as it’s a process. My cycles were long and regular, but thanks to OvuSense I now know I ovulate late in each cycle.   The GP said it was helpful to have so much information.  If you have the proof, then you will get help quicker as this is what your doctors will ask you for.”

fertility_focus_logoOvuSense offers you the following benefits:

  •  99% accurate detection of the exact date of ovulation, proven in clinical trials.
  • OvuSense gives you a better chance of getting pregnant.
  • OvuSense is only used at night, while you sleep. No self-charting or guesswork.
  • Unlike other methods, OvuSense leaves you free to get on with your day.
  • They offer an ‘Ovulation Promise’ money back guarantee.
  • Confidence you are investing in the fertility monitor which will work for you.

If you are interested in purchasing an OvuSense unit, then Fertily Focus have kindly offered my readers a 10% discount off of their until by using the code: 10OFFOVU

Disclosure: I was compensated for this post

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  1. Roseanne
    October 29, 2016 / 8:24 pm

    Hi in uk like to buy this ovusense where site to buy it

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