Time To Get Busy

123423ww1Here's another fertility watch, this one is FDA-approved, and will predict your ovulation five days in advance. The OV-Watch detects the level of chloride ion in sweat, then predicts ovulation based on the timing of the first peak. To commemorate National Infertility Awareness Week (October 23-30), they are offering a $50 off discount. Who knew there was whole week commemorating infertility? So if you can't wait to get pregnant, head on over there, and get your OV-watch. And those of you don't want to get pregnant, well, you might want to get an OV-watch too, and avoid sex during your peak hours, if you know what I mean.

"Using a patented biosensor, OV-Watch detects a baseline chloride ion level for each woman and then accurately predicts ovulation based on the timing of the first peak. The OV-Watch detects the chloride surge 3 days prior to the estrogen surge, 4 days prior to the LH surge and 5 days prior to ovulation, making it an earlier predictor of ovulation than any other chemical surge during the month. During the clinical trials for FDA approval with Dr. Arthur Haney at Duke University, approximately 3 out of 4 women received the full 5 day notice of ovulation while only 1 in 6 women were given more than 12 to 24 hours notice with urine tests or LH kits. For women trying to conceive, knowing the days before ovulation not only lowers the stress level for her and her partner , but it increases her chances of getting pregnant." Medgadget

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