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Ovacue to Avoid Pregnancy

by Rebecca

What are the guidelines for using Ovacue to avoid pregnancy? I have the most current model with the optional vaginal sensor.

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Using Ovacue to Avoid Pregnancy
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

The following are general guidelines to avoid conception for those who use fertility charting by recording the temperature shift and the cervical mucus:

If you have regular temperature shifts (ovulation) around day 12-16, avoid intercourse 6 days before ovulation. After ovulation, you are safe the evening of the third consecutive day of temperature shift above the coverline. You are also safe when you cervical mucus is dry.

If you are using Ovacue, make sure to avoid intercourse during any of the blue and pink days.
Avoid the days from the Cue Peak (oral reading) until three days after the the Vaginal Rise (vaginal sensor).

I hope this helps you,

Maria Gioia Atzori,
BSc Hons, MS, DSHomMed Hons, DWH Hom
Fertility Coach and Homeopathic Practitioner

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