Chances for pregnancy are only 30% in your mid 20s and less then 10% in your 40s. Knowledge on fertilisation, timing and hormonal balance will help you raise the odds.
Women can become pregnant on the day of ovulation and the 5 days before. Only during these fertile days can sperm survive in her body, protected and nourished by fluid mucus.
When trying to conceive naturally, the most important thing is timing. Monitor your morning temperature to find out if and when ovulation occurred and to spot any hormonal imbalances which may lower your chance to get and stay pregnant.
With Lady-Comp baby, the best days to conceive are indicated at the start of each cycle. Get your calendar out and plan ahead for date nights to boost your chances of success.
Track your temperature profile to understand if you are pregnant but have miscarriages or if you are not getting pregnant at all.
A slight hormone imbalance can be the cause of miscarriages. That is why Lady-Comp baby analyses the luteal phase and indicates monophasic cycles and progesterone deficiencies.
Using Lady-Comp baby will allow you to find out that you are pregnant very early. It monitors the correlation between the most fertile days and your input of love making to indicate if there is a slight chance for a pregnancy as early as 5 days after ovulation.
After 15 days of higher readings, all Lady-Comp devices indicate a possible pregnancy and give a definitive confirmation after 18 days of high temperature with all three lights lit permanently.
This way you can meet up early on with your doctor and midwife to follow their advice for a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Lady-Comp baby can help you chose the gender of your baby by showing you the days more likely to conceive a boy or a girl. Statistics show that having intercourse on the few days before the predicted ovulation when mucus is fluid and stretchy increases your chances to give birth to a baby boy.
I find Lady-Comp very easy to use and it helps me manage my fertility more serenely as it knows me better and better.