Planning a family or family planning
femSense can tell you when you are most fertile.
... of your fertility
Based on the well-known temperature method trusted by generations of women to plan or prevent a pregnancy, femSense is the fastest way to find out when you are most fertile. The sensor patch measures your body temperature 24/7 during your fertile window and notifies you via the femSense app when you are fertile and when you have ovulated.
Your Fertile Window
The days in the month when you might get pregnant.
There is only one truly fertile day per cycle - the day of ovulation. However, because sperm usually survives for up to 72 hours you have a fertile window of approx. 4 days during which time it is possible to get pregnant. These are the days shortly before and immediately after ovulation. If you know these days, you know when fertility is very high - and when it is very low.
Family planning or planning a family
Track your fertility and your cycle. Know when you are fertile, when you ovulated and when your next period is due.
Know when you are fertile so that you can plan your pregnancy. Knowing when you ovulate doubles your chance of getting pregnant.
The power behind the patch
High-Tech sensor technology and NFC
Thanks to femSense the temperature method has finally entered the 21st century. The high-tech sensor patch measures and records body temperature 24/7 during the fertile window. The recorded data is transferred to a phone using NFC, radiation free technology, where the femSense app algorithms analyze the information before displaying the fertility status in the calendar.
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