Mosie Tips & Tricks
There Are A Few Things To Keep In Mind
When Using Mosie.
Timing is everything! Mosie is most effective when used within 12 hours of the first sign of ovulation.
Little air bubbles are ok and often unavoidable. Here’s how to prevent them as much as possible:
- Before transferring the sample to your Mosie, pull the plunger of all the way back then push it fully down to the tip to remove air.
- When transferring the semen sample, keep the tip of your Mosie close to the bottom of the cup.
- Once the sample is in your Mosie syringe, point the tip of the syringe to the ceiling. Then tap the side of it to help bubbles rise to the top. Next, slowly push the plunger forward until the sample is as close to the tip as possible without expelling it. If you have a big bubble at the top, gently push the plunger so that the bubble is pushed out.
Use your additional Mosie Syringe with another semen sample within 18–36 hours of the first sign of ovulation.
So how do you know when you’re ovulating? For the best accuracy, we recommend a two-part approach:
- Closely monitor your cervix and cervical mucus for the initial signs of ovulation, which you can find here.
- At the same time, use an ovulation predictor kit to confirm that ovulation is approaching.
Use the semen sample within one hour of collection — the sooner, the better.