Trying to conceive with PCOS. I can’t believe this is officially live.
*I received a 6-month subscription of OvuSense to help document my journey*
I always heard trying to conceive after 30 can be harder. Welp I officially turned 30 back in September. We are officially in a place health-wise that I can start trying for a second child. PCOS can cause a damper on motherhood. I have the mild version but, if I’m off weight even by a bit I won’t get a cycle or ovulate. That’s why I opted to try OvuSense.
When having A I never had the issue getting pregnant. I did have a missed miscarriage. That pregnancy was also a surprise but a complete downfall and change me. Going through a full-term pregnancy after a miscarriage terrified me. My PCOS symptoms changed after pregnancy and welp here we are 6.5 years later.
I’m officially in the clear to start trying for conception. I did the noble thing and removed myself for all the PCOS Facebook groups they have. Some are supportive and others welp not so much. With everything, you read you start to question yourself and think maybe I won’t be able to conceive.
One group I’ve kept myself in is the Ovusense Users group.
What is OvuSense?
OvuSense is a live time ovulation predictor. It looks almost like an egg and you insert it similarly to a tampon. You wear it while you sleep at night while it tracks your temperature. Remove it in the morning and upload the data to their app.
Why Choose Ovusense?
My first two pregnancies came so quick I didn’t have to track my ovulation and the other fancy ways to try and find out if you are ovulating.
The OvuSense Monitor is your best chance of pregnancy with accurate ovulation prediction. It has a 99% accuracy rate. Out of all ovulation predictors this one is best for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. I’m nervous but excited to show you guys how this will work for me. You pair it alongside with their app and upload the data each morning. Once you ovulate it will tell you in real-time.
You use it while you sleep
They work with women who suffer from PCOS, endometriosis, irregular cycles and same-sex couples.
It gives you the exact day you ovulate.
You track everything on the app.
Syncs right away
You get the option to speak with a fertility specialist that connects right to your app.
No confusion by ovulation tests.
Since you insert it, it’s similar to a tampon you run the risk of TSS
If you’re on a budget it can be a bit costly.
If you’re starting your trying to conceive journey OvuSense may be a great option. I can’t wait to bring you guys along for this journey.