Daysy Ovulation Calculator Keeps You Safe
Ovulation calculation - reliable and precise from day one.
Learning how to track ovulation, in general, is not always easy. There’s a lot that you have to know and consider when doing ovulation calculation.
- The different phases of your menstrual cycle and what happens at each phase
- Your Basal body temperature, taken each morning
- The signs your body exhibits during ovulation
- Changes within your body, like the consistency of your cervical mucus and what it means
- How to track the luteinizing hormone (LH) that is responsible for ovulation
- How to chart everything
- Calculating your cycle, and
- Finding the best time, out of all this, to be intimate with your partner
Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it? That’s because it is, but the Daysy ovulation calculator can help. Now, instead of learning how to track ovulation manually, Daysy takes the fuss right out of the process for you. All you need to do is take your basal body temperature each morning with the Daysy ovulation computer and enter your menstrual information. After that, Daysy will calculate the rest for you. It’s simple. It’s easy. It’s faster. Daysy will better predict which days are your most fertile and which are not, taking the worry and the fuss out of learning ovulation.
The fertility monitor takes your basal body temperature (BBT) every morning when you wake up, with the most advanced temperature sensor (1/100 of a degree precision). It then automatically compares it with its bio-mathematical forecasting software and stored information of all available family planning research.
Daysy’s algorithm is unique:
It accurately determines, analyzes and displays your individual cycle. This is why the intelligent ovulation calculator is one of the most effective fertility monitors in the world. It is 99.4% accurate right from the start. Daysy’s algorithm has a proven Pearl-Index of 0.6.
The medical basics and the menstrual cycle
Every woman is different, but there are some very basic biological facts about your cycle.
- Every women 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.
- Sperm can remain active and fertile in a women's body for a maximum of 5 days.