kegg measures the changes in vaginal fluids to determine the fertile window and possible ovulation. Common electrolyte level trends occur throughout the fertility cycle. As egg follicles mature within a woman’s ovaries, the chemical makeup changes in the cervical mucus. This is what kegg measures. The viscosity, sensation, and appearance of cervical mucus can give you an indication of your changing estrogen levels. As estrogen rises the impedance lowers and the more viable the cervical mucus is for receiving and nourishing sperm to survive on their journey to the egg. It can be challenging to track cervical fluid by manual observation. kegg takes the guesswork out of predicting the fertile window.
*Please note that no at home fertility device can confirm ovulation.