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The 'Ava' Wearable Helps Hopeful Parents Plan When to Conceive

 - Jul 26, 2016
References: avawomen & cnet
For couples looking to become parents but having trouble with conception, the Ava wearable is a piece of tech that tracks fertility cycles in real time, making finding the right time to conceive a precise science instead of a guessing game. Though fertility tracking technology and apps have existed for some time now, the Ava wearable removes the need for urine tests, temperature taking, or constant data entry.

Ava is only worn at night, so women need not be concerned about getting prying questions as to the wearable around their wrists during the day. And beyond that simple convenience, the Ava wearable is accurate: in a clinical study, it was found to detect an average of 5.3 days of fertility with 89 percent accuracy.

The Ava wearable takes the stress out of pushing for pregnancy, using technology to let hopeful parents sleep easier -- before baby comes, at least.