Temporal relation of ovulation to salivary and vaginal electrical resistance patterns: implications for natural family planning.

@article{Moreno1988TemporalRO,
  title={Temporal relation of ovulation to salivary and vaginal electrical resistance patterns: implications for natural family planning.},
  author={J. Enrique Moreno and G A Weitzman and Maureen Doody and William E. Gibbons and Paige K. Besch and Joseph W. Goldzieher},
  journal={Contraception},
  year={1988},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={407-18}
}
An independent assessment of the CUE Monitor (Zetek, Aurora, Colorado) as an ovulation predictor was made with emphasis on its potential role in "natural family planning". The device provides a digital measurement of the electrical resistance of saliva and vaginal secretions. Twenty-nine menstrual cycles from 11 regularly cycling women were monitored with basal temperatures, urinary LH, pelvic ultrasound and the CUE monitor. Patterns of peak salivary electrical resistance were able to predict… CONTINUE READING