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Q&A with Dr. Meg Jay

Dr. Meg Jay Q&ADr. Meg Jay is a clinical psychologist, author, and speaker who specializes in working with twentysomethings. Her book, The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter–And How to Make the Most of Them Now, devotes an entire chapter to some of the common misconceptions and lack of awareness twentysomethings have when it comes to fertility. She weaves the science of the twentysomething years with compelling, behind-closed-doors stories from twentysomethings themselves. Read a Q&A with Dr. Meg Jay on knowing your fertility before it’s too late.

Happenings of the Harper Household Blog Review of the Ovacue

Happenings of the Harper Household“Making babies…. for some it is easier than others.  When Dustin and I got married in June of 2007 we decided right away that we wanted to start a family.  And the first month we tried Dilly was conceived.  It truly doesn’t get much easier than that!  When we decided it was time to add another bundle of joy to our family Sugar wasn’t quite as easy – it took about 6 months before we saw two pink lines…” Read More>>

The Better Half Blogs: Ovacue Review

The Better Half Blogs“Almost two years ago we started on the journey towards having another child, and like most people, we thought it would be a snap. All we would need to do was to actively stop trying to not have a baby and we would be set. Wham, bam, thank you ma’am, here you go. But yet, two years later we are still baby free…” Read More>>

Mamas on a Dime Blog Reviews the Ovacue

Mamas on a Dime“If you have read my previous posts you know I have had a few fertility issues in my past. I gave my son up for adoption at 17 and then tried for years to become pregnant with my husband only to lose my baby at 20 weeks. After that, I pulled myself together and my husband and I decided to give IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination) another try. We did two rounds and were blessed with our amazing son, Holden. We were thrilled beyond belief…” Read More>>

Green Baby Goods Reviews the Ovacue

Green Baby Goods OvaCue Review“After I had my oldest son (who is now 9 1/2) a rather new birth control pill was all over the TV. It advertised periods only 4 times a year, which were typically also lighter and shorter. Say what? Sign me up! Seasonale was great for me. Having only a period every three months, and it really was lighter and shorter, even sometimes only lasting 48 hours. I LOVED this pill. I talked about it in every conversation I get into about birth control pills. It was perfect for me.” Read More>>

Organic Mama Reviews the Ovacue Fertility Monitor during National Infertility Awareness Week

Organic Mama OvaCue Review“The OvaCue Bundle contains the OvaCue Fertility Monitor (with Oral Sensor), as well as the Vaginal Sensor, making it the ideal combination for pinpointing the days a woman is most likely to conceive. In my opinion, the OvaCue Fertility Monitor is the best at-home fertility monitor ever made… ” Read More>>

In the Know Mom Reviews the Ovacue

In the Know Mom OvaCue Review“Trying to conceive can be one of the most stressful experiences a couple can face. The most frustrating part is most people do not have accurate ovulation schedules. We do not all have a regulated schedule to follow and need some help. Taking ovulation tests can certainly add up in price, so if you have been trying for a couple months with no success…” Read More>>

Crunchy Beach Mama Uses The OvaCue For Family Planning

Crunchy Beach Mama OvaCue Review“You’ll remember my post on the OvaCue back in September. I gave you a good description on how it works and why so many couples have turned to it for help. A majority of those women are trying to become moms. The OvaCue is designed for that and can help the process go much smoother, especially for those with fertility issues.” Read More>>

A Mom’s Take Reviews The OvaCue And Vaginal Sensor

A Mom's Take OvaCue Review“When I weaned my now 15 month old I wanted a way to more naturally avoid conception without the use of a long-term or hormonal means and we don’t like barrier methods so I wasn’t happy with any of my options. The OvaCue is NOT a contraceptive by any means but for my situation this is the perfect solution! I am now able to target my fertility window and use contraceptives during that window of time to avoid pregnancy.” Read More>>

Shop With Me Mama Reviews The OvaCue Fertility Monitor And Vaginal Sensor

Shop With Me Mama OvaCue Review“The OvaCue Fertility Monitor “has really shown me more about my cycles, that I could have missed. It can tell you up to 7 days when your ovulation will occur, giving you ample time to get that baby dancing in!!!” Read More>>

Arizona Mama Reviews OvaGraph.Com

Arizona Mama OvaGraph Review“OvaGraph is an online charting system that helps to keep track of all your readings for ovulation. With the OvaGraph you can chart your basal body temperature and the OvaCue fertility monitor. The graph is easy to use. I have only used the OvaCue part, but there is so much more that can be used.” Read More>>

Arizona Mama Reviews The OvaCue Fertility Monitor And Vaginal Sensor

Arizona Mama OvaCue Review“After being on mirena for almost 3 years I have no clue what my cycle is. I tried using some of those ovulation test strips. Notice I say tried. I could never test on the right days and they never seemed to show ovulation. I was getting really tired of spending money on test strips. No they are not super expensive, but you have to have a ton of them to keep guessing and testing. That adds up and it just made everything stressful. And stress is not something you want when trying to conceive. So I began researching online and quickly found OvaCue Fertility Monitor.” Read More>>

Amanda Acuna, Influential Mommy Blogger

Amanda Acuna OvaCue ReviewAmanda Acuna, influential Mommy Blogger, recently reviewed the OvaCue Fertility Monitor. Read More>>

Suzy Cohen Mentions:

Suzy Cohen Mentions OvaCueOn January 21, 2011, the OvaCue Fertility Monitor was mentioned by pharmacist and syndicated columnist Suzy Cohen. Read More>>

Women’s Health Across the Lifespan: A Pharmacotherapeutic Approach

Women's Health Across the Lifespan: A Pharmacotherapeutic ApproachThis publication mentioned the OvaCue as an option for a Natural Family Planning tool on page 275.

“Electronic hormonal fertility monitoring systems, which detect lutenizing hormone in the urine (ClearPlan Fertility Monitor), specific electrolytes in the saliva (OvaCue), or visual ferning of the cervical mucus or siliva via a handheld microscope were originally introduced to the fertility market for the purpose of planning a pregnancy by identifying a woman’s fertile period.”

Infertility For Dummies

Infertility For DummiesInfertility for Dummies mentioned the OvaCue Fertility Monitor on page 79.

“Going higher tech, you may want to take a look at OvaCue II, an electronic saliva tester. It comes with a spoon-sized sensor that you place on your tongue for eight seconds in the morning, so its not quite as portable as the lipstick-sized tubes. It also comes with a vaginal probe, which you can use in addition to the oral probe for even greater accuracy.”

Taking Charge Of Your Fertility And Ovacue

Taking Charge Of Your Fertility And OvacueIn her national bestselling book, Taking Charge of Your Fertility (10th Anniversary Edition, page 150), author Toni Weschler discusses the OvaCue Fertility Monitor.

“This is the more advanced version of its predecessor, the Cue II Saliva Monitor. The device measures the level of electrolytes in your saliva. By placing a sensor on your tongue for a few seconds each morning, a saliva reading registers on a digital screen. The probe is used every day from the first day of your cycle until the computer signals you are within about a week of ovulation. If you are trying to get pregnant, you would then begin having intercourse every day or every other day while continuing to use a small accompanying vaginal sensor which eventually confirms when ovulation has occurred.”

The New Essential Guide to Lesbian Conception, Pregnancy and Birth

The New Essential Guide to Lesbian Conception, Pregnancy and Birth“The benefit of the OvaCue is that it predicts your optimal fertile window in advance. This is especially effective for people using fresh sperm. Also, it seems to be much more accurate than the Clear Plan monitor. There is only one purchase, as it doesn’t require strips, and their customer service is excellent.”

Stephanie Brill, The New Essential Guide to Lesbian Conception, Pregnancy and Birth (2006, page 256)

Integrating Faith and Science Through Natural Family Planning

Integrating Faith and Science Through Natural Family PlanningThe OvaCue was discussed at a 2002 conference on NFP (Natural Family Planning).  Click here to read more about Natural Family Planning>>

Glamour Magazine

Glamour MagazineThe OvaCue Fertility monitor was mentioned in Glamour Magazine back in 2003. Glamour, Volume 101, Issues 10-12 pg 180

Getting Pregnant: What You Need To Know Right Now

Getting Pregnant: What You Need To Know Right Now

“How Your Saliva Can Help You Get Pregnant: The Newest Way to Chart Your Ovulation Patterns – One of the newest and possibly the most reliable ways to predict not only ovulation but a variety of hormonal activity is through saliva. How is this possible?”

Click here to read the full excerpt>>

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