Depending on where you are in your life, your fertility plays a large role in your sex life. Are you trying to get pregnant? Are you steering clear from having kids? No matter what you want out of life, you should follow not just your menstrual cycle, but also your ovulation cycle. For this Dealspotr Top 5, we’re looking into the best fertility monitor brands out there. Check these out now, or ovulater. (Come on. Stop rolling your eyes. Seriously. That’s high quality wordplay.)
Mira Fertility, $199
When it comes to tracking your ovulation cycle, Mira Fertility is a solid way to go — stop playing the guessing game when you’re working on growing your family. Dip the Mira wand in your urine and insert it in the analyzer for estrogen and luteinizing hormone levels. The results are then sent to your Mira app where you can also track your monthly cycles and changing hormone patterns. This personal information paired with Mira’s technology will provide for a personalized and accurate ovulation prediction.
Ava Fertility, $259
The Ava Fertility Tracker is the first FDA-approved wearable device that tracks your ovulation window. It’s got the discreet look of a watch, and you’ll wear nightly and keep up with its data on your phone. The device monitors your skin temperature, resting pulse rate, breathing rate, heart rate variability ratio, and your sleep to give you a complete picture of when you’re at your fertile-est. (And also how you’re sleeping. We all need to be doing more of that, whether trying to conceive or not.)
Trak Fertility, from $89
Pregnancy isn’t just about women — they need men to make it happen, after all. Or at the very least, some strong swimmers courtesy of a fella. Men who want or need to monitor their fertility can see their chances of conception with Trak Fertility, an at-home test that tracks your sperm count within six minutes. Trak is the only FDA-approved sperm test kit and comes in a cool black box that looks like it’d have sneakers, not fertility testing, inside.
Ovu Sense, $129
Everyone has their routines before bed. Brush your teeth, put your pajamas on, do your skincare routine. Insert your Ovu Sense into, well, you. Ovu Sense is an insertable fertility tracker that measures your core body temperature every five minutes and records extremely accurate data. When you wake up, remove the sensor and download the data in the companion app to see your data. Ovu Sense will give you information on an eight-day fertile window, so this tracker works well for women who want to get pregnant but have irregular menstrual cycles.
Kegg is a great fertility monitor for women with a busy schedule. This tracker that you insert into your vagina monitors electrolytes levels of cervical fluid, which can detect ovulation up to seven days in advance. Within two minutes of testing per day, you’ll get in-depth insights on your fertile cycle in real-time via the Kegg mobile app. The Kegg tracker also doubles as a Kegel ball, which improves the strength of your pelvic floor.
Clearblue was at the forefront of fertility testing technology. What started out as ovulation tests has turned into an at-home test kit with a touch screen that provides you with a daily fertility status. The touch screen tells you which days you need to do urine tests and allows you to set an alarm as a reminder. The calendar also allows you to record when you have your period and when you have sex.