What Women Know, And What They Want To Know About Their Fertility Status

There: What Women Know

There is no device in the marketplace today that would tell you, in plain English, “today is your fertile day 1” – meaning that sex today is likely to lead to pregnancy. And from our clinical trial results you will know that the pregnancy conceived on this first of the fertile days is likely to be a male fetus, a boy.

There is no such device on the market that would subsequently confirm the pregnancy within days – when, after ovulation on fertile day 3, you – or, rather, your Ovulona device for you – will no longer register the usual follicular waves. Your Ovulona device will interpret that as pregnancy detected, because that is how the biology works.

There is no device out there that would identify the only 3 days in each menstrual cycle during which – and only during which – pregnancy can result from insemination, whether natural or artificial. The commercially available fertility monitors cannot detect either delayed ovulation (which happens due to stress) or when ovulation does not occur at all. In fact, they do not detect ovulation, they just guess at it.

Because the currently marketed fertility monitors (ovulation predictors) cannot detect ovulation, they merely assume its occurrence due to the particular hormonal marker-predictor of their choice (usually LH, in some cases estrogen, in one case both). But no single hormone, even if it were detected with the accuracy of laboratory methods, determines the fertile window. It’s much more involved than that.

Here: What Women Want To Know

Only scarcity of funds keeps us from marketing a device doing all those things not available today.

Our personal self-diagnostic device, the Ovulona™, will tell the woman user in plain English (or any other language) whether today is one of the three days when she can become pregnant.

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Fertile window

How? We’ll have the woman monitor at home the process that causes menstrual cycles and is fundamental to women’s health. The use of the Ovulona device is very simple, just like a tampon, except that it is inserted for only a few seconds (about 20) to obtain the result, with an instant display of the result.

Primary use is for reproductive management – that is aiding the achievement of pregnancy, and also aiding fertility-awareness based non-invasive birth control. But there is much more, including an automatic screening for cervical cancer, management of PMS/PMDD and management of hormone therapy, to name just a few useful applications that will come with the core technology.

We show the working of the prototyped product using the graphs of the measurement results plotted against the days of the menstrual cycle. The graphs produce cyclic profiles descriptive of the nuances of the monitored menstrual cycles. None of the old techniques can do that.

These cyclic profiles have important characteristics:

1. The cyclic profile has numerous repeatable features.

2. The range of readings is the same in different cycles and, importantly, also in different women.

3. The profile features are interpretable, and are due to the biological process that causes the menstrual phenomena (folliculogenesis).

The significance of these profiles goes beyond reproductive management.

To wit: Ours is a unique and disruptive technology.

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Fertile window for birth control

For a better insight, visit the other posts on this blog [ https://biozhena.wordpress.com/ ], and check out http://www.linkedin.com/in/vaclavkirsner.

Before you go, see this, to get a sense of what is going on here:

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Baseline cycles interpreted

Not included in this illustration is the use of the follicular waves for early pregnancy detection (the waves disappear; the right term for this is “instant pregnancy detection”), and monitoring for early pregnancy loss (in that unfortunate eventuality, the waves come back; it is advisable – by certain recent findings – that the couple should not delay trying to conceive again). Refer to the following for more about said recent findings: original medical publication in BMJ http://to.ly/9WtG; BMJ editorial comment http://to.ly/9WtI; CNN.com article “Miscarriage? Try again ASAP, study suggests” http://ht.ly/2mlwb; bioZhena’s post http://to.ly/802p “Instant detection of pregnancy and of Early Pregnancy Loss, EPL – the adversary of Trying To Conceive, TTC – especially after age 25”.

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6 Responses to “What Women Know, And What They Want To Know About Their Fertility Status”

  1. About the Added Bonus of Folliculogenesis Monitoring – Automatic Pregnancy Detection « bioZhena’s Weblog Says:

    […] bioZhena’s Weblog Rerum Naturare Feminina – Medical consumer electronic device for every woman, and useful for her physician, too « What Women Know, And What They Want To Know About Their Fertility Status […]

  2. About atrophy, reproductive aging, and how it’s really not nice to fool Mother Nature – or with « bioZhena’s Weblog Says:

    […] the reproductive system. Incidentally, the cervix seems to monitor the aging of the ovaries, too, if we are right about the follicular waves and their being a reflection of ovarian reserves and/or the rate of approach of the given female […]

  3. Fertility Says:

    Dear Moms-To-Be: Your life, body, perspective, priorities, needs, emotions and so on, are all going to change. You Have Much To Experience and Even More To Learn. No Second Thoughts About It – Pregnancy comes with issues which can be worrisome; be it complications, cramps, emotional changes, physical changes or something similar… For years together, we have witnessed many pregnant mommies searching for answers, information and details about their experiences, their pregnancy and their baby.

  4. Why too many young and not so young ladies could NOT receive flowers on Mothers’ Day: Why so many trying-to-conceive, why so much infertility « bioZhena's Weblog Says:

    […] can determine the mere 3 fertile days due to the lifetimes of the sperm and of the ovum, egg. No other technique can. Gil Bruvel, Relative Time […]

  5. What is the mechanism of stress and how does it affect reproduction. An update. « bioZhena's Weblog Says:

    […] paper points by implication at the importance of routine Ovulona monitoring of Folliculogenesis In Vivo™ for assisting women who have difficulty to […]

  6. 4-hydroxy Says:

    Great post! Many thanks 🙂

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