How the Ovulona will help physicians manage women’s health issues

In contrast to the old methods of home-based fertility testing, see the slide pictured just below for an overview of how our menstrual cycle monitoring technology will help physicians to better help their female patients with issues beyond fertility tracking (correctly referred to as fecundity).


The links are accessible by clicking the image above, which opens the PPS 
of the slide that is also accessible in PDF via the following link

Single slide – How the Ovulona will help physicians

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In the overview image, above, in ref. 4 you see (and hear!) how the Ovulona anticipates failure to ovulate early in the ongoing cycle of a healthy woman; and you will have seen how the Ovulona detects delayed ovulations in asynchronous cycles that happen to many healthy women. These occurrences are where the neurological aspects of folliculogenesis and menstrual cycling are believed to play a role (link to NCBI/PMC search on “vagus nerve and fertility or ovulation”).


The Menstrual Cycle is a Vital Sign®


Our focus on capturing the electronic signatures of the mechanism of menstrual cycles is aligned with the relatively recent recognition by medical authorities that The Menstrual Cycle is a Vital Sign®, An Indicator of Overall Health: refer to this PPS slide and to a related PDF version for more particulars.

Because of the high information content inherent in the Folliculogenesis-In-Vivo™ cyclic profile, our technology should bring personalized evidence insight into the management of women’s health issues. That is, individual patient’s data-based insight into ailments such as PCOS, the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, to improve on the current practice of testing different treatments by “comparison made on the average group effects”.

Similar reasoning (i.e. the need for personalized diagnostic evidence) applies to the management of autoimmune disease. That’s because sex hormones regulate the development and function of the immune response (the link is to the last tweet of a thread of three tweets discussing Sex Hormones in Acquired Immunity and Autoimmune Disease).

Any such ailment or disease is stress, which will leave a potentially recognizable and interpretable mark on the patient’s menstrual cyclic profile, and therapeutic treatment will then also be reflected in the post-treatment cyclic profile.

While systematic investigations are needed, the concept is schematically represented in this image:

The BBT profiles are only shown for comparison – not involved in our monitoring.

Then, here is a comment About bioZhena’s Vision to enable actionable decisions. And:

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The important advantage is that the cyclic profile records – plus the cervical health testing – will be done in the comfort of the home and at a very affordable cost.

And a reminder: This is the only way to manage the effects of stress on an individual woman’s menstrual cycle and fertility.

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