If only there was a home device that could provide the same type of information with a high degree of accuracy… The Ova Cue Fertility Monitor is designed to provide you with precisely this type of information.
Demonstrated to be 98% accurate at predicting ovulation in government-funded studies, the Ova Cue relies upon saliva and cervical mucus sampling to identify your peak fertile days each month, as well as your ovulation date.
Thousands of women use the Ova Cue each day to help them predict when ovulation will occur, and time intercourse accordingly for trying-to-conceive purposes.
While we could talk all day about the accuracy of the Ova Cue, it would be so much more powerful if we could show you how closely the Ova Cue’s daily fertility indicators correspond with the results from transvaginal ultrasounds.
Ultrasound: When I first stepped into the office, I had no idea what to expect.
I’d never had a reason to get a vaginal ultrasound in the past.
The largest follicle on my left ovary measured 0.56cm by 0.51cm (See picture CD 2 – Left Ovary) and the largest follicle on my right ovary measured 0.58cm by 0.38cm.
(See picture CD 2 – Right Ovary) I thought the follicles looked large, but was informed that they would get up to 2.0-2.4cm just before ovulation occurred!
It’s important to have the first ultrasounds between CD 1-5 to get a baseline measurement for the size of your uterus, cervix, endometrial lining, and follicles in both the left and right ovaries.
Unfortunately, we weren’t able to get pictures for this ultrasound.
We measured the biggest follicle in my left ovary at 0.99cm by 0.78cm.
Unfortunately, with the timing of my cycle, we ran into a long weekend where my doctor was out of town.
The ultrasound tech was able to pop in on CD 8 to get a quick measurement so I had a bit more data to go off of!