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OvaCue Fertility Charting Blog
Hi! My name is Sarah, and I work with Fairhaven Health. We thought it might be helpful for people considering purchasing the OvaCue to see it in action. I already use the OvaCue on a daily basis to track my "somewhat regular" cycle. I will post my readings and explain how the OvaCue uses this data to predict ovulation with the oral sensor and confirm ovulation with the vaginal sensor.
Hi! My name is Whitney, and I also work for Fairhaven Health. I also use the OvaCue on a daily basis to track my cycle. We're hoping this blog can be helpful to women with all different cycles who use the OvaCue. In addition to us posting our own cycle data, we'll be providing "guest" charts to help interpret cycles that may not be so black and white.
We both will touch upon many of the common customer service questions we receive. Hopefully, this blog will provide you with a better understanding of how the OvaCue works, and the valuable insights it can provide into your monthly cycle. And of course, if you have any questions, we’re always available to help.
Hello friends! I must admit, I haven't updated my chart with my readings from the weekend yet. But guess what?! There was a possible ovulation trend there! So, tonight I will update my readings and post back to you with my interpretation of them.
I hope you had a wonderful weekend!
I’ll continue to consider myself fertile until I see that rise in my vaginal readings as well.
I’m hoping to have something a bit more exciting in regards to my readings to share with you later in the week!
As the title says, I'm on CD 5 today, so I don't have too much to report on.
That's ok, because I wanted to share some exciting news with you. We're working to make the OvaCue Mobile compatible with Android devices! In order to do that, we are looking for people who have specific Android phones are willing to be beta testers for us. If you're interested, you can take a look at my post over on the forums for more details!: http://www.ovagraph.com/discussion/android-testers-needed
Hello! I hope you had a fabulous and safe 4th of July weekend!
I have some exciting news to share - we are releasing an update to the OvaGraph app for iOS users with it many new features that you have asked for. It also addresses a number of limitations of the previous generation mobile app. I would encourage you to download it and let me know your feedback!
One thing to keep in mind - some older iOS devices may not be supported, so if you are running iOS 6, I would suggest updating to iOS 7 or newer to get the most out of the app.
I know there are many ladies out there not using iOS devices, and we have been working hard to update our app for Android users. We are expecting an Android app update by the end of the week for you!
Again, we love to hear feedback from you - it's the only way we can make things better - so please let me know what you think!
I hope you had a wonderful weekend! I wanted to touch on a question that I have been hearing a lot over the last few days.
Q: What do the circled numbers on my BBT chart mean?
A: When you chart your BBT readings on OvaGraph, they are rounded to the 10th of a degree, and that is displayed in the data point (the circle) that’s displayed on the chart. If you click or select that data point, you’ll see the exact temperature that you entered so you can reference it there. We decided to display it that way so you can easily see those thermal shifts which can indicate that ovulation has taken place.
Hope that helps!