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Graphing your OvaCue readings provides insight into your cycle...
In an ideal world, your menstrual cycle would be 28 days, with ovulation occurring precisely on day 14 of the cycle. But, as we all know, many women have cycles that are anything but typical. Many women experience hormonal imbalances that cause irregular cycle lengths and/or ovulatory disorders, which can impact fertility status.
The OvaCue is particularly helpful in cases like these. In addition to helping women pinpoint their fertile window and confirm ovulation, the OvaCue can provide valuable information about your cycle. Viewing the OvaCue readings in graphical form is very useful for identifying trends in your oral and vaginal readings that provide hints about possible fertility issues. The graphs in each of the following sections listed below display oral and vaginal readings representing women with :
- A Typical 28 Day Cycle
- Secondary Fertility
- A Luteal Phase Defect
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- An Anovulatory (No Ovulation) Cycle