How does kegg compare to other fertility monitors?
In this blog, we continue our fertility tracker comparison series to see how the Mira ovulation tracker stacks up against kegg. One of our fertility experts decided to try Mira and kegg together for herself and shared her experience. While the Mira fertility tracker predicts ovulation based on urine LH and Estradiol metabolites, kegg senses cervical mucus to predict the full fertile window. This comparison yielded interesting results!
More and more companies are entering the fertility industry but frequently the predictions and insight they offer are not accurate and precise. After recently buying a Fitbit to track my sleep, I discovered its ‘Menstruation Health’ section. I started to investigate Fitbit’s new cycle feature and I learned a lot. This articles explains what I discovered and how Fitbit differs from kegg’s readings.
We were recently asked how kegg differs from the Clearblue Fertility Monitor. While the goal is similar, to help the user determine when to time intercourse for conception, they are vastly different devices with differing limitations. Let’s explore!
In the fertility tracking world, many women choose to monitor their basal body temperature (BBT). In this blog we explore how to track your BBT, the information it yields, the benefits and drawbacks of tracking your fertility using BBT and how it differs from kegg’s readings.
Our keggsters are curious human beings. Since we launched kegg, we’ve received many questions about the difference between kegg and an ‘ovulation detector bracelet’ available on the market. Some users in our community have been using both and they shared their honest experience, starting from the basics. These two devices have entirely different functions: kegg uses cervical mucus while ava bracelet is focused on physiological parameters. In this article, one of our users shares her story and highlights the benefits of each fertility monitor.
Many women rely on LH (Luteinizing hormone) testing to track when they are approaching ovulation. Although this can help pinpoint when ovulation is likely to occur, unfortunately there is no way to predict when this surge will take place with LH testing.
Since the launch of kegg in 2020, we’ve received many questions about the key differentiators of kegg and other fertility monitors. Some users in our community are especially curious about the difference between kegg and OvuSense. These two devices in the women’s health space look very similar but have entirely different functions. In this article we address all the common questions and highlight the benefits of each fertility monitor.
Over the past two decades fertility monitoring devices have come on the market to help couples conceive. Here at kegg we aim to offer helpful perspectives comparing and contrasting kegg with other fertility tracking devices. OvaCue has been used for many years and we often have people asking what the differences are between OvaCue and kegg. Below, a kegg community member was happy to share her first-hand experience comparing kegg and OvaCue.