A device to track your ovulation cycle at home

Sunday, September 9, 2018
a device to track your ovulation cycle at home

For those trying to conceive, now there is an easy way to track the ovulation cycle. Ovulation happens during the period between two menstrual cycles.  Chances of conception are highest during this time. Inito Fertility Monitor is a smartphone- connected device that helps you identify up to 6 fertile days of your cycle. It comes with an app and the test strips.
"Most women believe that they can get pregnant close to the 14th day of their cycle. This assumption is incorrect as ovulation varies from woman to woman and the cycle is controlled by individual hormone levels. In fact, 46% of menstrual cycles vary by seven or more days.," says Aayush Rai, co-founder Inito, a company that makes innovative health device for personal use.  

The founders of Inito with their latest innovation, a fertility monitor device


How does it work?

Estrogen, a key fertility hormone, starts rising 3-4 days before ovulation while LH (Luteinizing Hormone) rises 24-36 hours before ovulation. "These two hormones are an excellent predictor of your fertile days. Understanding your fertile days will help you get pregnant faster," says Dr. Lavanya Kiran, consultant, fertility specialist at Narayana Health Hospitals, Bangalore.

Inito Fertility Monitor not only measures Estrogen & Luteinizing Hormone (LH) in urine, but also understands your cycle variations. It is similar to the home pregnancy kit.


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