Giving Power to Women Through Fertility Hormone Tracking
Pregnancy is not something that happens instantly. Even if you and your partner are both fertile, you still have a 25% chance of becoming pregnant every cycle. Conception is a constant juggling game between your hormones and your partner, and if you don’t monitor your key fertility hormones such as Luteinizing Hormone, it can sometimes take months or even years to discover what doesn’t actually work.
From our appetites, moods, and fertility, hormones control everything in our bodies. If we experience a drastic fluctuation in appetite or mood, it can be sometimes be easy to figure out the root cause of what is wrong. On the other hand, fertility changes are harder to track if you don’t know the physical signs you’re looking for.
Pregnancy is caused by four major hormones: Estrogen, progesterone, luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulation hormone (FSH). Having an imbalance of even one of these mentioned hormones and completely throw off your cycle and result in failed pregnancy attempts. During a menstrual cycle, a rapid increase of Luteinizing Hormone (LH) is what triggers the release of a mature egg from the ovary. This is known as “ovulation”. LH hormone concentrations can be measured in urine through laboratory. This sharp surge of LH in urine indicates an ovulation is about to occur within 24-48 hours, which are the two most fertile days to try getting pregnant. So, what can you do to track LH at home rather than visiting the doctor or sending blood or urine to the laboratory every morning?
How does Mira help you track fertility hormones?
The Mira Analyzer measures real concentrations of hormones at home. Through this data, the Mira system can provide you with personalized insights into fertility based on your own data on fertility hormones and helps you to determine exactly when to conceive. No more dealing with hard to read and inaccurate over the counter ovulation kits.
Currently, IVF cycle can cost upwards of >$40k with no promise of successfully getting pregnant. Many women still end up going through many IVF cycles, building up an exceptionally large hospital bill in the process, with no insurance coverage. We can all agree, conceiving can be a very nerve-wracking and emotionally draining journey. Trying to get pregnant should be simple, smooth, and less traumatic. Mira is dedicated to making at-home health tracking a breeze and to take the guesswork out of getting pregnant through personalized health insights based off real hormone data.
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