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Has anyone used Ovusense?

(20 Posts)
NewEraNewMindset Tue 02-Sep-14 14:37:52

I'm interested in the product as due to my age and declining hormones I'm finding opks and also the CB fertility monitor unreliable.

Thanks very much

KatoPotato Tue 02-Sep-14 14:42:27

Is that the one you pop a sensor inside like a tampon?

NewEraNewMindset Tue 02-Sep-14 14:45:35

Yep that's right Kato

otter32 Sat 18-Oct-14 17:16:03

Just going to give this a bump to see if anyone out there has been using this? I'm considering parting with my £300 but don't want to be disappointed!!

CPrice11 Sun 02-Nov-14 10:01:39


I have been using ovusense for 4 months now..

I was diagnosed with PCOS last june after trying for a baby for almost 3 years... I had the usual battle with my Gp etc who gave me a blood test etc and then I had the referral to a specialist at birmingham women's hospital.

I had a21 day blood test (which was day 25 coz I have a 33 day cycle) and the results came back as I wasn't ovulating! Anyways... I have since found out since using ovusense that I am ovulating it's just on day 27 of my cycle so it's very late! I'm taking my ovusense to my next appointment on Thursday so I can show my specialist that I am ovulating on my own and I'm hoping he may press on with treatment for me :-)

Although I'm not pregnant yet, my ovusense has been invaluable to me and it's such a useful tool for anyone wanting to conceive whether they have pcos or not.

Good Luck and I hope everything goes well for you


saturdaysnitching Mon 13-Apr-15 19:38:57

I know this is an old thread but wondered how you got on with it if you bought it op?

And CPrice11 - still think it's worthwhile?

I'm thinking about getting it but it is quite spendy.

CPrice11 Sat 13-Jun-15 14:34:44

Yes it's absolutely worthwhile! After 3.5 years I'm now 17 weeks pregnant! I was prescribed clomid by my fertility specialist in order to move my ovulation and help with a longer luteal phase.

The first two months I still ovulated on day 21 of a 29 day cycle but then the third month my ovulation hPpened on day 15! I would have totally missed it if it wasn't for ovusense as I didn't have any other signs of ovulation!


Bashitcrazy Fri 11-Nov-16 20:06:37

Love ovusense - helped me get pregnant after trying for 5 years - just about to start using again for dc2

Whenwillwe3meetagain Wed 30-Nov-16 21:42:34

Have just purchased one as my cycles is getting longer each month so I'm completely lost as to when I'm ovulating. I have one DS who is just two.
They have a discount at the mo - so I have paid £29 rather than £129 think its discounted until mid December - I figure its workth trying and its sounds like its really suited to those of us who have to deal with PCOS!

kerryob Fri 09-Dec-16 08:57:38

I've just bought one for £29, I need to loose weight before we actively try but want to get a record of my cycles and see if I'm ovulating as I can never read opk sticks. Was glad I googled for the discount code as that was a big saving of £100

lucylou1234 Fri 09-Dec-16 23:08:49

hi guys - where did you buy it from at £29? how do they work ?

Whenwillwe3meetagain Fri 09-Dec-16 23:15:31

Check out the ovusense website and use the code BABYDUST it's an internal thermometer you use each night which tracks your base temp and predicts ovulation. There is a fb Group that's useful

lucylou1234 Fri 09-Dec-16 23:37:17

ooo do you wear it all the time or just in the mornings? Does it predict it before it happens rather than charting your temperature which tells you after?
I'm doing the clearblue trial just now so would have to wait till after that (hopefully i don't need to )

lucylou1234 Fri 09-Dec-16 23:39:27

aw i've just tried the code and it's not working nowsad

Whenwillwe3meetagain Sat 10-Dec-16 15:14:02

Sorry just took a look on the ovusense fb page and the code is BABYDUST2016 which says it works until 16/12
You insert it like a tampon each night and after the first cycle the app will predict your ovulation a few days before.
I've only been using mine for 5 days and apparently I'm ovulating now which is much earlier than I expected!

lucylou1234 Sat 10-Dec-16 19:04:18

aw thank you ! i'll have a look into it smile great discount on it smile only thin putting me off isthe £20 pm suscription sad

AFP2811 Sat 23-Sep-17 13:01:16

The £20 subscription can be cancelled at any time so you aren't tied in. They also do a 12 month subscription bundle too now. It works out cheaper overall. Plus they usually have discounts running, there is 25% off at the moment using AUTUMNBABY

homefromworklate Sat 23-Sep-17 13:19:05

I'm on my first month of using it. I have PCOS and struggle to know when I ovulate as opk are unless on me. It is very user friendly and the sensor is easy to use and comfy ( my biggest concern) once you buy it you can join the ovusense users group on fb, although very American there is lots of useful advice. There's always a discount code so don't pay full price. X

Shiva83 Mon 09-Oct-17 20:13:38

I'm also considering buying one of these, can I just ask how comfortable are they? I don't where tampons and am a bit freaked out by the size and shape of it but other than that sounds like it's exactly what I need

AFP2811 Mon 09-Oct-17 22:06:24

It’s slightly larger than a tampon but it’s not uncomfortable at all. It’s made of medical grade silicone so (without being too crude) it skips in easily. You can also use a sperm friendly lubricant if you need to 😊

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