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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.
I hope your Friday is coming to a wonderful close so far. I’m very excited for this weekend. Justin and I have some close friends who are getting married tomorrow, right on the lake here in Bellingham, and I simply cannot wait! Justin is actually one of the groomsmen in the wedding, so we have the rehearsal dinner tonight.
I’ll of course let you know how great it was on Monday. Until then, have a good weekend!
Good afternoon friends!
If you take a look at my chart, you can see that my vaginal readings have stayed elevated so far. There was another slight drop around CD 17, but since I was charting my BBT this cycle, I could see that my BBT readings continued to stay elevated, which made me even more confident that ovulation had likely already taken place around CD 13/14.
You can always check out my current chart to take a look. I thought that might be easier than having you look at all of my OvaCue readings and BBT readings this cycle since I was charting both!
Have a wonderful rest of your day!
Guess what I saw? A possible ovulation trend in my readings! My vaginal readings began to rise today, populating a pink box for me. As I move through the weekend, I’ll keep an eye on those readings, as I want to make sure that they are staying elevated compared to that low that I saw on CD 13!
Before we leave for the weekend though, I wanted to touch on question that I am asked multiple times a day.
Q: I’m using the OvaCue Mobile, but I’m only seeing yellow error boxes. What’s wrong?
A: When you’re using the OvaCue Mobile (or the traditional unit for that matter), you need to enter an average cycle length so the OvaCue knows when to begin looking for those specific trends in your data. How do you know if a cycle length was entered you may ask? While logged into the app, you can swipe over to the Menu screen and select Cycles. If you select your current cycle, you’ll see what or if a cycle length was entered. If you’re between CD 1-5, you can add or edit the cycle length that is stored (remember, we suggest taking an average of your past 3 cycle lengths). If you’re past that time, feel free to make a note in the forums or contact me directly, and we can get that fixed for you!
CD 11 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 316 (Medium Blue - High)
CD 12 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 302 (Medium Blue - High)
CD 13 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 289 (Medium Blue - High)
CD 14 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 312 (Pink – Ovulation Confirmed)
CD 15 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 317 (Medium Blue - High)
CD 16 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 301 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 17 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 315 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 18 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 322 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 19 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 319 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 20 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 334 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 21 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 333 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 22 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 324 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 23 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 314 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 24 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 317 (White - Not Fertile)
CD 25 - Oral n/a; Vaginal 321 (White - Not Fertile)
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!