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!!!

February 2019

Cycle Day 24 – February 14

Happy Valentine’s Day OvaCue world! Boy has it been an insane week here in Bellingham! We woke up on Monday morning to quiet a bit of snow as in like 8inches to over a foot in some areas. I’m not the biggest fan of the snow myself, but I will admit it has been pretty to look at. On to my cycle, this one has been a bit strange compared to other cycles. I’ve been a bit more stressed then usual, so I’m thinking that delayed likely ovulation. I finally [...]

Cycle Day 16 – February 6

Hello OvaCue world! It’s been a few day! I was out on vacation for the first part of the week, but it feels good to be back. I forgot to bring my vaginal sensor with me while I was away. This caused me to miss that vaginal reading on CD 14. However it does still look like I am seeing my vaginal readings declining. This means that I would want to be considering myself fertile and watching for those readings to rise. This could line up with that ‘cue peak’ [...]

Cycle Day 11 – February 1

Hi everyone! I hope you’ve all had a great week, and a fresh start to February so far. I’ve been asked several times this week not only in emails but on the forums as well, why oral/vaginal readings changes so much when you take multiple in a row. It isn’t recommended to take back to back oral or vaginal readings. This is because once something is entered orally or vaginally, it can alter state of your cervical mucus and saliva. This can cause any readings that are taken after that [...]

January 2019

Cycle Day 8 – January 29

I hope everyone had a great weekend! Since my cycles are super irregular still, I’ll want to make sure that I’m not relying solely on the predicted color coding but interpreting the readings themselves. This is because the OvaCue starts looking for this ‘cue peak’ based on that average cycle length that is entered into the monitor. So if my cycles vary much from that average, I could be missing out on possible fertile times. If we look at my chart, there was a possible ‘cue peak’ on CD 6/7/8. [...]

Cycle Day 4 – January 25

Hello OvaCue world! I hope you’ve all had a great week! Since I stated a new cycle on Tuesday, there honestly isn’t much going on yet. I’m two oral readings in and haven’t added in those vaginal readings yet. This week I’ve talked to a lot of new users about how to get started, so I though I’d take moment to go over how to start with the OvaCue. Those oral readings should be started by CD 2, 3 or 4 at the very latest. These readings should be taken [...]

Cycle Day 1 – January 22

  Happy Tuesday OvaCue world! I started a new cycle this morning! I’m pretty excited about it. This time around I saw a luteal phase of 13 days, which is finally in the healthy range. This cycle also was also at 29 days, so it seems things might be getting a bit on the regular side. If we look at my readings, it looks like I saw a possible ‘cue peak’ on CD 10/11/12. This was followed by those declining vaignal readings through CD 16 and that rise on CD [...]

Cycle Day 25 – January 17

Hey everyone! I just thought I’d pop in and keep everyone up to date on my cycle. My vaginal readings are still elevated lignin up with likely ovulation around CD 16/17. This lines up nicely with that ‘cue peak’ I saw on CD 10/11/12. Remember that ‘cue peak’ can mean that I might be gearing up to ovulate in the next 5-7 days or so. I’ll next want to be watching my vaginal readings to remain elevated compared to that low I saw on CD 16 if likely ovulation actually [...]

Cycle Day 23 – January 15 2019

Hello OvaCue world! I hope you are all doing well. Since nothing is going on in my long and boring cycles, I thought I’d take a moment to go over a guest chart. This gal here has an average cycle length of around 28 days, which means the earliest the OvaCue starts looking for a ‘cue peak’ is CD 4. She saw her ‘cue peak’ on CD 5/6/7. This was then followed by declining vaginal readings through CD 14, where she’ll want to be considering herself fertile. The rise on [...]

Cycle Day 18 – January 10

Cycle update - It does look like I saw a possible ovulation trend in my vaginal readings. There was a possible ‘cue peak’ in my oral readings on CD 9/10/11. This lines up with those declining vaginal readings I saw through CD 16 and that rise on CD17. I will next want to be watching those vaginal readings to make sure they remain elevated above that cycle day 16 reading if likely ovulation was successful here. If those vaginal readings drop below that CD16 reading, I'll want to be sure [...]

Cycle Day 16 – January 8 2019

Hello Everyone! I hope each and everyone of you are having a great new year so far. With it being only 8 days in, I’m sure all those resolutions are in full effect! I always love this time of year because it feels like such fresh start and a change to turn over a new leaf. Anyways, things seems to be going pretty well for me so far this cycle. I’ve seen a few possible ‘cue peaks’ in my oral readings so far. This ‘cue peak’ on CD 5/6/7 lines [...]

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