Sunday, December 18, 2011

Ovacue fertility Monitor

The ovacue fertility monitor has been on the market for over 20 years and has been clinically proven to be 98.3% accurate. It comes with a tongue sensor that tracks the levels of electrolytes in your saliva. A week before ovulation these level reach a high point. This is known as your queue peak. The optional vaginal sensor tracks the estrogen and progesterone your body produces.

Its very easy to use. You simply place the oral sensor on your tongue and wait for the number to pop up on the screen. Now you have to be sure to use the oral sensor as soon as you wake up. So before you eat or drink anything! The vaginal sensor should be used after you've been up and moving for a few hours.

I have a progesterone deficiency and I was worried this monitor wouldnt be able to track my ovulation. Now most of the time my ovacue monitor has been right on with my OPK's. However I always get a pink box when Im not ovulating. I consider this my queue that I will ovulate soon. I actually ovulate with a purple box and I wouldnt recommend you follow the colors but the numbers. Once you learn the number pattern for ovulation you begin to see when you are most fertile. Every cycle has been different for me. So dont expect every cycle to be the same. I highly recommend you use the vaginal sensor because I think without that I would miss my fertile window. The vaginal numbers are always spot on with ovulation. I also suggest you use the free ovagraph. You can not only track your numbers but OPKs, CM and more. For the price I think this monitor is good for family planning prevention and those having trouble conceiving. The cost is very high so its something I would look into and think about before purchasing. Don't be afraid to ask questions!

"I was sent this product to review however these are my honest opinions and I was not paid for this review."

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