Male infertility accounts for almost half of infertility problems experienced by couples. However, men are more likely than women to feel embarrassed about their fertility problems and consequently find it difficult to get advice or talk to their doctor. It’s important to remember that men are half the fertility equation and therefore they experience the pain and grief of struggling to become a parent too.
“Since urine opks are unreliable for many women with pcos, the 99% accuracy of a class 2 medical device is worth every penny for buying the OvuSense and subscription!” Tina
Hi, my doctor rang to confirm that I’m ovulating 🙂 😛 I’m so happy. Xx
OvuSense got my ovulation date exactly right! I think my period is on it’s way however, I’m pleased that I had my bloods done as I can see a difference in the temperatures between last month (1st month using OvuSense) and this month.
This month’s temperatures are noticeably higher 😛 xx
Really hoping it happens soon. Don’t give up ladies!
Before using OvuSense, I had three progesterone blood test that said I wasn’t ovulating; they were always done at mid-point of my normal 28 day cycle. I was being recommended to do a ‘super ovulation’ drug plan as a result!
This cycle, I pushed for one more blood test and had it done seven days after OvuSense confirmed my ovulation date. The blood test confirmed a high enough result of progesterone to confirm ovulation took place, just like OvuSense said. It gave me some peace of mind back!
I am 100% confident in the technology of OvuSense!
Best of luck to everyone trying.
Hi, I used my OvuSense for a year and only ovulated 2 times, which I never would have known if I hadn’t been using OvuSense! I have my period every 35-45 days so it was extremely difficult to determine when I was ovulating, if at all but OvuSense picked it up.