By wearing the iFertracker while sleeping, then syncing it with the iFertracker app on a mobile device in the morning, women can measure their basal body temperature, which is the lowest body temperature during sleep, attained in a stable state during the whole night. The iFertracker app converts the daily basal body temperatures into graphic form to reflect the BBT change before and after ovulation occurs. The app informs users the current stage of their menstrual cycle, records relevant events, reminds them to take medicine, and predicts the timing of ovulation. This helps women to plan sexual intercourse to get pregnant and manage their menstrual cycle in a smart way.
July 11, 2017February 9, 2018Alex Altizer