How accurate is OvaCue?
In studies funded by the National Institutes of Health, the OvaCue Fertility Monitor has demonstrated 98% accuracy in predicting ovulation.
What is the best fertility monitor?
Here are the best ovulation trackers
- Best ovulation tracker overall: Clearblue Fertility Monitor.
- Best budget ovulation tracker: Natural Cycles.
- Best wearable ovulation tracker: Ava Fertility Tracker.
- Best temperature-only ovulation tracker: Daysy.
- Best free ovulation tracking app: Kindara.
What is OvuSense?
OvuSense is a device worn in the vagina overnight, taking a temperature reading every five minutes. The company claims its device has a rate of 99% accuracy for detection of ovulation, with its predictive abilities clocking in at 89% with a positive predictive rate of 96%.
What do the OvaCue readings mean?
The OvaCue interprets your oral and vaginal readings, and automatically computes: Your fertility status for today (darker colors equal higher fertility) Your peak fertile days for this cycle (the days in which you have the best chance to conceive) The day you likely ovulated*
Can you wear OvuSense during period?
You can use the Sensor at any point in your cycle, providing you are not spotting or bleeding. There is no need to wait for your next period to arrive!
Is OvuSense FDA approved?
How do I know OvuSense is safe? The OvuSense family of products are fully regulated as class II medical devices. In the USA, OvuSense is cleared by the FDA for sale under 510(k) number K122337.
Can you get a false peak fertility?
Some women may have a surge in the LH hormone without releasing an egg. This condition is known as Luteinized Unruptured Follicle Syndrome (LUFS). Other women may experience false small peaks in the LH hormone before it fully peaks, commonly seen in women with the polycystic ovarian syndrome.
When are you at your most fertile?
You’re most fertile at the time of ovulation (when an egg is released from your ovaries), which usually occurs 12 to 14 days before your next period starts. This is the time of the month when you’re most likely to get pregnant. It’s unlikely that you’ll get pregnant just after your period, although it can happen.