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Determine when do you ovulate
When do I ovulate? Calculate it simple, comfortable and fast!
You want to become pregnant and are looking for a possibility to quickly and precisely determine when you are ovulating? Daysy does the math for you and helps you to determine ovulation with 99,3% precision!
Why is it useful to know when you are ovulating? Many women who want to become pregnant find out after a couple of months of trying that it is not really working out. In most cases, however, no physical reasons are keeping them. It is a fact that you can only become pregnant during a few days of your cycle at all. These are the day of your ovulation and a couple of days prior to it. The egg itself is only able to be fertilised for about 12 to 18 hours, which is why the chance has passed on the day after ovulation for this cycle. During the days prior to your ovulation you are also fertile, because the sperm can wait for the egg for a couple of days. When you notice that you are ovulating it is thus already too late to make optimal use of your fertile days. If you can, however, determine not only when you are ovulating, but also the fertile days prior to that, your chances for a quick pregnancy are much higher.
When do you ovulate? Daysy tells you!
In order for Daysy to be able to determine when you are ovulating, you merely have to measure your temperature in the morning using Daysy. To do that, you put Daysy's highly sensitive test prod underneath your tongue and measure your temperature for 60 seconds while still in bed and before you get up. After the measurement, Daysy might still ask you to confirm that you currently have your period. You do that at the push of a button and already, you're done! Daysy immediately displays whether you can get pregnant within the next 24 hours or not. It uses a colourful light to do that. A red light means that you are currently fertile and can get pregnant when having unprotected sex. If the red light is blinking, you are currently ovulating. During your infertile days, Daysy shows you a green light. During certain days Daysy will also show you a yellow light. This happens when Daysy still has to get to know you better or when your cycle is currently a little irregular. You can treat these days just like red days and so increase your chances for a quick pregnancy.
Determining when you ovulate with software and app
The advantages of using Daysy are manifold. You save a lot of time because you do not have to elaborately calculate your fertile days. Daysy can deliver a very precise result that you can rely on when planning for a baby because of its highly developed software. Even with a very irregular cycle you can still use Daysy. Your cycle merely has to be between 19 and 40 days long. Determining when you ovulate with Daysy is particularly comfortable because you don't have to do anything apart from measuring your morning temperature. There is no need for you to study your cervical mucus, for instance. The same applies to measuring the hormones in your blood and feeling your cervix. This way, you have more time to focus on the nice things in life.
In order for you to know in advance when you will be ovulating and when your fertile days will be, Daysy has its own app for your smartphone. On this app, you can see a preview for the next month in order to adjust the planning of your free time to your fertility. The app also gives you insight into your current cycle data and displays your temperature curve. Get to know your body and your cycle a little better with the help of Daysy.