Who could have thought that tracking your ovulation could be as easy as checking your phone for missed texts and calls. Getting pregnant can be challenging at times, for women all over the world. For most women , tracking their menstrual cycle and figuring out which days she was the most fertile is the first hurdle. Couples who time intercourse at the right time double their chances of conceiving. But for so many women with irregular menstrual cycles, knowing which day is prime for baby making can be tough.
Some primitive methods include, using a basal thermometer every morning at the same time to look for temperature increases that indicate ovulation or using urine samples on pricey ovulation test strips to look for a surge in hormones. But thanks to the new wearable ovulation tracker called Ava, which aims to make this as easy as checking your email.
The Ava Ovulation Tracker is for women who want to monitor their health for trying to conceive or getting to know their bodies. While you’re sleeping, Ava’s sensors collects data on nine different physiological parameters. These parameters are fed into our algorithm in order to detect your fertile window, physiological stress level, sleep quality, and more. Other methods of ovulation tracking rely on only a single parameter, and thus cannot provide a complete picture of your ovulation in real time. Ava detects the very first signs that the fertile window is beginning, and confirms when it ends. And because Ava is a wearable device, it provides accurate information about your cycle with minimal user effort. Wear Ava when you sleep, and wake up to insight. Ava features includes:
Ava has been shown to detect an average of 5.3 fertile days per cycle at 89% accuracy.
Ava was clinically tested in a year-long study at the University Hospital of Zurich. Our first findings were published in the peer-reviewed journal Scientific Reports.