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Trying to get pregnant but not succeeding?

Knowing exactly when you ovulate is vital, use OvuSense to take control

OvuSense gives you essential fertility knowledge in real-time with 99% accuracy. In most cases, ovulation will be known within the first two weeks of use.

Why Choose OvuSense?


When every month counts, no other system gives you as much information as accurately as Ovusense.

Real Time Ovulation Prediction You Can Trust

With OvuSense, you can take back control and plan with confidence.

In just two weeks, OvuSense will tell you when you are going to ovulate this cycle and then confirm the exact date for you.

With OvuSense, you can also tell if you haven't ovulated, so you can talk to your doctor and not waste any more time. No other product on the market can do this.

99 percent accurate fertility monitor

Accuracy and Value Beyond Others

No other home monitoring system provides the level of accuracy of OvuSense for determining if, and when you ovulate.

OvuSense costs less per cycle than other home based ovulation tests if they are used consistently, but it's a true clinical monitor, so it avoids all their limitations. OvuSense can work even if you have medical conditions that impact hormone levels, and since OvuSense automatically finds when you ovulate in real time, there is no guessing when to start testing each month.

OvuSense’s Extremely Accurate Temperature Method

New Technology and Real Convenience

OvuSense is only used at night, while you sleep, building up a complete picture of your cycle. This leaves you free to get on with the rest of your day unlike other systems.

OvuSense Sensor fits comfortably in your vagina, just like a tampon. It gathers key data while you sleep, building up a complete picture of your cycle. In the morning, simply wash the OvuSense Sensor and place it into its Reader which completes the analysis for you.

How OvuSense Works


OvuSense consists of a personal sensor and a data reader. The sensor is placed in the vagina (similar to a tampon) overnight – the only place where accurate readings of core body temperature can be made.

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First time use

Begin using OvuSense straight after menstruation ceases. OvuSense starts monitoring your temperature right away.

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Ovulation Prediction

After a few days OvuSense predicts the onset of your ovulation.

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After ovulation detection

3 days after you ovulate, OvuSense gives the ovulation date. You can stop using your sensor for this cycle.

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Second cycle use

Begin using OvuSense straight after menstruation ceases. OvuSense then provides a prediction of the coming fertile window.

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Ovulation Prediction

OvuSense flags the start of your fertile window, followed by the ovulation window.

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After ovulation detection

3 days after you ovulate, OvuSense gives the ovulation date. You can stop using your sensor for this cycle.

*Clinical References

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  • Data for '7 Step Guide to Fertility & Treatments' taken from American Society for Reproductive Medicine http://www.asrm.org/splash/splash.aspx
  • Data for 'The Value of OvuSense' taken from Resolve Organization: http://www.resolve.org/family-building-options/insurance_coverage/the-costs-of-infertility-treatment.html