kegg fertility tracker: time ovulation without peeing on sticks!
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kegg fertility tracker & kegel ball is ideal for people who want to maximize their chances of conception. kegg gives the confidence of fertility tracking through cervical mucus sensing technology in only 2 minutes a day. No peeing on sticks necessary!
kegg™ is an FDA-registered fertility tracker that senses cervical fluid —the key indicator to predict your fertile window and when you’re most likely to conceive. Most people get pregnant from intercourse or insemination that did NOT occur on the day of ovulation. By using advanced sensing technology known as impedance, kegg can help detect your peak fertility and plan ahead with confidence.
Wearable trackers can be annoying and disrupt your lifestyle. kegg fits seamlessly into your routine, and there is no need to wear it overnight. Following a daily reading – which takes only two minutes to complete – kegg will send your data to the cloud for analysis. In real-time, the device connects to a free mobile app that displays daily fertility status, cyclical trends, and fertility predictions.
Fertility predictions are unique to each body. With consistent use once a day, you will gain personalized insights into your own fertility pattern. kegg will be at your side and nothing will be left up to chance.
As a bonus, you can use kegg in conjunction with the Kegel feature to exercise your pelvic floor muscles before the reading starts. Doing Kegels before taking a fertility reading can also increase lubrication and circulation for easier data collection. Check out this helpful article about how to use kegg with your Mosie Baby Kit.
Tracks the most reliable sign of fertility, cervical fluid
Fertility readings in only 2 minutes every day
Get the time right - No more guessing for a positive OPK test or temperature shift
Optional kegel feature to help your pelvic floor exercises
Free mobile app access – no subscription required
Membership in the private community
Online chat support 7 days a week
Best suited for people that:
Are trying to get pregnant
Have regular ovulatory cycles, 21-40 days in length
Off hormonal birth control nor IUD and their ovulatory cycles have returned
Are at least 6 weeks postpartum and have had at least 2 menstrual cycles beyond 6 weeks postpartum.