Table of Contents – with links to bioZhena posts

Last updated August 7, 2016

bioZhena Business Assumptions for Minimum Value Scenario August 2, 2016  Birth Control (BC) Market… Initial Off-Label BC Market At Launch Assumed At A Mere 0.25%… Trying To Conceive (TTC) Market… In closing, the reader is reminded that the above are the Assumptions for the bioZhena Minimum Value Scenario, which scenario represents the proverbial “low hanging fruit”. This is because our core product’s first application has FDA 510k clearance for aiding conception & generating diagnostic menstrual profiles for physicians. Our goal is to pursue the Full Value Scenario of the bioZhena Business Plan because of the potential of the bioZhena technology…

bioZhena venture – A 2017-18 update of bioZhena’s pitch on EquityNet: Women’s personal sex management for the Information Age. Generating diagnostic vital-sign profiles for doctors and payers. This first app of proprietary cervical sensor has FDA clearance. Income from it will support further breakthrough applications. The gist of the bioZhena women’s healthcare breakthrough is this: We monitor the brain – sex organs feedback loop. See the illustration below. Grasp the significance: The market offers you anything other than what’s needed – monitoring the feedback loop (because the final result depends on it, and not on a mere single input signal like the LH).

women’s health, reproductive management | April 4, 2015 For a scoop of my 2015 blog posts on LinkedIn and a couple of other social media, click here: women’s health, reproductive management |

bioZhena & Women’s Fertility Watch(ing) March 3, 2015 Let’s bring women’s personal management of sex life (“can I conceive today?”) into the Information Age. And provide diagnostic vital-sign menstrual profiles to doctors & payers along the way.

Serious health consequences of delaying pregnancy, and the need for prevention of impaired fertility also known as subfertility and infertility. – Simply put: We must talk prevention versus treatment of a condition that is not inevitable. On the present large scale, impaired fertility is anthropogenic – where anthropogenic means “caused or produced by humans”. When trying to conceive, it is highly advisable not to delay baby making beyond the optimal age of early 20s, and in any case to practice “focused intercourse”. In that connection (with said focus), “anthropogenic” acquires a positive connotation – even if my introduction is no longer exactly simply put!

How baby-making late in life evolved into subfertility and infertility, difficult conception, too long TTC. – Way back, in the pre-contraceptive Pill days, the difficulty to become pregnant was not a widespread phenomenon, and mums were younger than many are nowadays. The evolution of subfertility and infertility (as a big-time societal phenomenon) in the U.S. can be summarized based on data from  [Information Please® Database, © 2007 Pearson Education, Inc.] as follows.

End of the year, and trying to get pregnant. – The best you can do for your fertility awareness and natural family planning in the absence of the Ovulona™ when you want to conceive a pregnancy. (Not valid for pregnancy avoidance.)

What is the mechanism of stress and how does it affect reproduction. An update. And: Be a young mother!  —  (Ovulona™-related scientific findings published by others about disruption of fertility, about PCOS or Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome, how stress suppresses ovulation, about the hypothalamic amenorrhea of stress and postpartum blues/depression, about a CRH placental clock which determines the length of gestation and the timing of parturition and delivery, and the role of CRH in premature labor. How old age affects folliculogenesis as a stressor. Even how acute stress may induce ovulation in women.)

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.   —  (Say thank you to the social and medical advances of the twentieth century – primarily those of chemical birth control, the Pill.)

The perils of IVF, of ARTs, of giving birth at old age – part 2.  —  (Tidbits from a debate at LinkedIn group The Life Science Executive Exchange, about DANGERS OF IN VITRO FERTILIZATION. And I offer Google Ngram evidence for why I was justified to exclaim, “Damn the bloody Pill”. People debate hotly burdening future generations with debt – but we don’t seem to care about burdening them with health consequences of the daft but so prevalent postponement of motherhood until it’s too late.)

The perils of IVF, of ARTs, of giving birth at old maternal age.  —  (About epigenetic evidence that should make you think twice+ before you contemplate In Vitro Fertilization and think that having a baby can wait. The bottom line? Be a young mother!)

Smoking affects the menstrual cyclic profile as captured by the Ovulona™, monitoring might help with smoking-cessation

The fallacy of ovulation calculators, calendars and circulating-hormone detectors  —  (Don’t let them fool you with likely this and probable that! You need to know for sure. When it comes to the crucial timing of ovulation, it is astonishing to see the fallacies and delusions propagated on the web)

Cervix uteri and seven or eight related things   —  (Reblogging the December 16, 2007 post about the basics including why the bioZhena technology had to be invented)

Stress and fertility (How stress affects the inherently narrow fertile window) Reblogged from December 25, 2007

Difficult to conceive – Google evidence that pregnancy complications and trying-to-conceive concerns shot up after the Pill launch in 1960s (Regardless of what contraceptive proponents tell you)

Much in women’s health revolves around folliculogenesis – from teen age to peri-menopause  —  (In this article I sketch for you the usefulness of the Ovulona™ Smart Sensor™ throughout a woman’s life, with particular attention paid to the extremes of the reproductive lifespan = teenage and peri-menopause)

Seven billion people – after half a century with the Pill

Why screen for cervical cancer (and for the other STIs, sexually transmitted infections)? – Why all women need to screen for cervical tissue health, whether or not they accept that Nature is powerful (only  virgins don’t need to)

On the issue of cervical cancer, after remembering Jan Hus – and heresy

Saint Nicholas Day, his legend, and our modern day’s prematurity, EDD calculation, gestational age, problem with LMP (Could high prevalence of prematurity be a consequence of motherhood not being the top job held by society in high esteem? A modern paradox)

Instant detection of pregnancy and of Early Pregnancy Loss, EPL – the adversary of Trying To Conceive, TTC – especially after age 25

Trying to conceive, #ttc, or the frustration of sub-fertility & infertility. (Existing approaches to TTC, Trying To Conceive, are not satisfactory – and cannot be, without FOLLICULOGENESIS IN VIVO™)

How follicular waves will be used for early detection of pregnancy, and for early detection of miscarriage, EPL – to TTC again asap

About atrophy, reproductive aging, and how it’s really not nice to fool Mother Nature – or with (For people outside of NFP [Natural Family Planning] because NFP people know this already)

More About Clomid, Serophene, Clomiphene citrate or Clomifene (Why popping pills is not the best. This chemicalization of life is a form of enslavement)

About Clomid, Serophene or, generically, clomiphene citrate. A critical look, part 1. (In relation to folliculogenesis, the mechanism of menstrual cycling, which we monitor in vivo – to get away from drugs as much as possible.)

Comment on Female sexual dysfunction treatment options (A comment on an excellent review that appeared on another blog)

Difficult conception tied to pregnancy complications – addressed (For, women bear great responsibility for the health of the yet to be born children)

Folliculogenesis in vivo™ monitoring is far better than current home-use fertility self-help tools (And here is again why)

Critique of birth control efficacies in NFP as published by Marquette University researchers (Comments on a report of two studies – they report on what we will call peri-ovulation methodologies)

A few more peri-vernal equinox tweets on #conceiving, #fertility, achieving #pregnancy & #baby gender contrary to Shettles (While NFP users know that fertility awareness is a must for birth control)

Further peri-vernal equinox tweets on #conceiving, kairos time and #fertility, achieving #pregnancy, caution about in vitro & appearances (And NFP users still know that fertility awareness is for birth control, too)

Peri-vernal equinox tweets on #conceiving, #fertility status, achieving #pregnancy in the era of #infertility – “a modern epidemic” (NFP aficionados know that fertility awareness is for birth control, too)

Major studies decades ago revealed variability of menstrual cycles (But people are still naïve about the basic cause of the difficulty to achieve pregnancy)

Variability of menstrual cycles and of ovulation timing (See how this complicates things whether you want pregnancy or want to avoid it. And yes, stress has something to do with it)

Why people cannot achieve pregnancy (Basic cause of “apparent” infertility)

About the Added Bonus of Folliculogenesis Monitoring – Automatic Pregnancy Detection

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

Far more than a tool for getting pregnant and for pregnancy avoidance (On symptometric monitoring correlated with folliculogenesis: Why it is essential for effective diagnosis in women’s healthcare)

The Ovulona is not another ovulation kit, my dear

About the EDD and/or EDC issue, and a request for input from readers

Parturition means birthing (birth) and dystocia a difficult one

Birthday and how it relates to the bioZhena enterprise – eukairosic™ diagnostic tools

What is the mechanism of stress, and how does it affect reproduction?

Stress and fertility


Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and PMDD

Cervix uteri and seven or eight related things

Natural Family Planning and Fertility Awareness – not the old “Rhythm method”!

Fetal sex pre-selection – the fundamentals

Infertility and A.R.T. or Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Sub-fertility or Reduced Fertility

Four fertility-related terms and concepts

The Ovulona™


The Elevator: Swiss VC/PE deal-maker offers bioZhena to their investors

Fetal sex preselection – illustrated

Regarding fetal sex preselection

The Alphabet of bioZhena — Abeceda bioŽeny

Hello, world! This is our alternative or introductory About – with some pictures!

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