OvaCue Fertility Charting Blog2018-08-23T18:38:47+00:00

OvaCue Fertility Charting Blog

Whitney OvaCue SpecialistHi! My name is Whitney, and I work for Fairhaven Health. I thought it might be helpful for people considering purchasing the OvaCue to see it in action. If you’re already taking your OvaCue readings, I hope I can give you some extra tips and tricks to make sure you’re getting the most out of it from the start!

I use the OvaCue on a daily basis to track my somewhat ‘regular’ cycle. I’m hoping this blog can be helpful to women with all different cycles who use the OvaCue. In addition to posting my own cycle data, I’ll also be providing “guest” charts to help interpret cycles that may not be so black and white. You’ll also get to know a little bit more about me!

Cassie OvaCue SpecialistHello! My name is Cassie, and I am the newest member here at Fairhaven Health. Just recently I was diagnosed with PCOS. Since starting at Fairhaven, I have been using the OvaCue to track my very irregular cycles to better understand what this hormone imbalance means for me. I’m looking forward to tracking my cycle and getting to know all you ladies!

Additionally, we will touch upon many of the common customer service questions that come in. Hopefully, this blog will provide you with a better understanding of how the OvaCue works with somewhat regular and irregular cycles, and the valuable insight it can provide you. And of course, if you have any questions, always feel free to reach out!!!

September 2018

Cycle Day 3 – September 21 2018

Happy Friday everyone! I hope you all have a fun filled weekend planned. It’s definitely starting to feel like Fall here in the Pacific Northwest. The chill is in the air and it’s supposed to be pretty rainy all weekend. It makes me want to bake all sorts of treats and crave some pumpkins. Since there isn’t much going on in my chart right now, I thought I’d bring in a guest chart. This gal got started a little late with her readings. It’s important to start those oral readings [...]

Cycle Day 1 – September 19th 2018

Happy Wednesday! I hope everyone has had a good week! Boy, does it feel like Fall out there? Which is my favorite time of year minus cold and flu season. I’ve been battling a stomach bug, but everything seems a whole lot better today. In other news, I started a new cycle this morning, which leads me to believe that likely ovulation may have taken place in the 24 hour window between the decline and rise on CD 26/27. This does make this cycle a little bit longer than normal [...]

Cycle Day 33 – September 14 2018

  Hello everyone & happy Friday! I hope you all have some fun filled plans for the weekend. It’s supposed to be pretty stormy here in Bellingham. So I’ll probably just stay home, watch movies and bake some cookies. This looks like this is gearing up to be a longer then usual cycle for me. I’m not too terribly surprised since I’ve been sick with an ear infection and taking antibiotics. I still feel like that decline and rise on CD 26/27 was likely ovulation.  I’ll next want to be [...]

Cycle Day 30 – September 11 2018

I hope everyone had a great weekend! My cycle took a weird turn over the weekend. Just when I was pretty sure that CD 15/16 trend was likely ovulation. My vaginal readings continued to decline to through CD 26 and rose on CD 17. This was the lowest point those readings have dropped. If likely ovulation was successful here I will want to see those readings remain elevated above that low I saw on CD 26. Since this likely ovulation trend is a little later than usual, it’s likely I [...]

Cycle Day 26- September 7

Hello everyone! Happy Friday! I’m sure you’re as ready for the weekend as I am. Since there isn’t anything too exciting happening in my chart right now. I wanted to take a moment to go over the timing of your OvaCue readings since I’ve been getting asked this question a lot lately. You’ll want to be sure you start your oral readings between CD 2-5 at the very latest. These readings should be taken first thing in the morning prior to eating, drinking (even water), or having anything in your [...]

Cycle Day 24 – September 5

Happy September everyone! I hope you all had a great long weekend. I am so excited and ready for Fall. Changing color leafs and Halloween are some of my favorite things. Things are looking pretty steady as far as my cycles goes this time around. Last week I saw that decline and rise on CD 15/16 - a possible ovulation trend. So far those readings have remained elevated like I’d want to see after likely ovulation. This could line up with that ‘cue peak’ that I saw on CD 9/10/11. [...]

August 2018

Cycle Day 17 – August 29

I hope everyone had a great weekend! Can you believe it’s almost fall already? Summer just flew by. Fall is probably my favorite time of year. So I’m pretty excited for all the changing colors, spooky festivities, and pumpkin craving. Anyways, I saw a nice ovulation trend in my OvaCue readings over the weekend! My vaginal readings were declining through CD 15 and rose on CD 16 - a possible ovulation trend. This would line up with that ‘cue peak’ that I saw in my oral readings on CD 9/10/11. [...]

Cycle Day 12 – August 24

Happy Friday everyone! Lately I’ve been seeing lots of questions on the forum about vaginal readings that drop again after you’ve already seen that pink ‘likely ovulation’ box in your color coding. This lead me to think it might be helpful to go over what is you are exactly looking for in your readings after you’ve seen that ovulation trend already. In the chart above, you’ll notice there was that ‘cue peak’ on CD 5/6/7. This is what would have populated that light to dark blue predicted fertile window. This [...]

Cycle Day 10 – August 22

Hello everyone! I hope you are loving the new OvaCue site as much as I am! This new layout makes it bit easier to navigate through old blog posts if you’ve missed some and are wanting to catch up. If you have any questions or something is looking a bit wonky, feel free to bring to my attention. Today is cycle day 10 for me. With my roughly 30 day cycles, it’s still pretty early. So I don’t have too much to report. I made sure that I went into [...]

Cycle Day 33 – August 14th

Hi guys! I hope you all had a great weekend! It was pretty nice here this weekend. I spent the weekend getting settled into my new apartment. I did however start a new cycle this weekend! This would lead me to predict that ovulation may have taken place in that 24 hour window between that decline and rise on CD 15/16. This lines up nicely with the ‘cue peak’ that I saw on CD 11/12/13. It also puts my luteal phase at nice 14 days like I would want to [...]

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