The first 2-in-1 fertility tracking kegel device that uses advanced sensor technology to measure changes in cervical fluid, the golden metric to determine cyclical conception. kegg is intended to detect your fertile window and ovulation up to 7 days in advance, while also providing you your daily cyclical fertility in real-time. The device doubles as a kegel trainer, helping you strengthen your pelvic floor while it measures your fluids.
Vaginal data is then sent to the cloud, where it is processed through personalized algorithms, and the final fertility results are displayed in the kegg app.
You can use kegg on your own time, when it’s most convenient for you.
Measure what matters
“Cervical fluid is the key sign for timing intercourse to get pregnant,” states Tony Weschler, Author of the bestselling book, Taking Charge of Your Fertility.
Not only is cervical fluid responsible for nourishing and protecting the sperm but it also serves as the medium in which the sperm must travel to fertilize the egg. Changes in fluid quality across the fertile window predict the observed pattern in the day‐specific probabilities of conception.
According to studies, women typically have the most fertile cervical fluid 2-3 days before ovulation, which are typically a woman’s best chances for conception.
kegg is on a mission to empower women with deep fertility insight so they can conceive naturally, faster. When women know their fertile window, they are four times more likely to conceive.
Currently, the three most commonly used methods of fertility tracking are: basal body temperature (BBT), Ovulation Predictor Kits (OPKs), and manual cervical mucus observations.
Tracking BBT can only confirm ovulation after it has occurred, whereas OPKs detecting the presence of luteinizing hormone in urine offer a short time from the start of the LH surge to ovulation, roughly 12 to 36 hours. Timing intercourse on the day of ovulation gives only a 8-10% chance of conception.
Around 2 million women track their cervical mucus manually, but this method can be confusing, inaccurate, and stressful for many because observing their fluid lacks the objective data of true mucus quality.
At kegg, we are bringing you the first cervical mucus-sensing consumer medical device that can pinpoint a precise fertile window in real-time.
Concerned about safety? So are we.
kegg is made with medical-grade silicone and golden-plated stainless steel, so you can trust that it’s 100% safe for your intimate health.
The Bluetooth Low Energy uses very low power emission standards — about 1000 times less than cellphones – and the antenna is located in the tail of the device, outside of the body. When kegg takes your measurements, the radio is turned off.
Before kegg ships to anyone, it will be tested to ISO standards for biocompatibility including Cell Cytotoxicity, Vagina Irritation, Sensitization, and Acute systemic toxicity.
Rest assured, we want what’s best for the body. No toxic chemicals, no nasty radiation. All up to FDA standards. It’s time to #ExerciseYourVaginal Rights.
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