Top critical review
One person found this helpful
on December 24, 2013
I used the Ovacue fertility monitor for quite awhile, around a year. I bought a Clearblue monitor and only used it a month before deciding I should take the plunge and buy this gadget which is just one flat cost. Having been trying for almost 3 years I was sure the time I used this would eventually outweigh the cost of sticks if I had stuck with the Clearblue monitor.
Quick testing results.
Confirms ovulation (IF you have a vaginal sensor, I also had that sensor)
Predicts fertile times
No test sticks to buy
Can only test at certain times
Confirms ovulation, but can go back and say you never ovulated
For me I have a very textbook cycle. 28-32 days with O on days 14-16. This Ovacue would predict my fertile window, and then confirm ovulation. However later on it would change my ovulation day and confirm it! This takes away the whole point of this monitor which is to confirm Ovulation, and tell you when it's supposed to happen. My regular OPKs were just as accurate as this $300 monitor which couldn't seem to make up its mind.
I don't really recommend this or a Clearblue fertility monitor. Even if you have regular, or perhaps erratic cycles, I can say this monitor has a good chance of getting confused, and mislabeling everything.