Observes your fertile signs
There are 6 Days in every cycle when a woman can get pregnant. 5 days before ovulation and on the day of ovulation. All other days she is not fertile.
The data the computers use to differentiate between fertile and infertile days is based on a few biological facts underlying the female monthly cycle.
- Every woman ovulates only once in each cycle. If on the rare occasion two or more ovulations occur, they will occur within 24 hours.
- After ovulation, the egg can be fertilized for a maximum of 18 hours.
- After intercourse, male sperm will remain active and fertile in the female body for a maximum of 3-5 days.
- This means: there are six days in a cycle that unprotected sexual intercourse can lead to pregnancy.
What does Ladycomp do ?
The fertility computers are programmed to accurately determine and display the time of ovulation in the female body. Ovulation causes a slight, but noticeable rise in body temperature. When you measure your temperature with the sensor every morning before you get up, the fertility computer evaluates the data and quickly recognizes your individual fertility pattern.
If you are fertile the computer will display a red light and if you are in your infertile phase the computer will show you a green light. The display is 99.3 % reliable and valid for the next 24 hours.