Cervical fluid is the key sign to knowing your fertile window and peak fertility.¹ It plays a critical role in fertility and pregnancy because sperm can’t survive in the vagina unless cervical fluid is present.
With instant fertility data, you’ll know when to expect your next period or when you should take a pregnancy test.
As a woman goes through her cycle, the hormonal fluctuations create changes in the electrolyte levels of cervical fluid. kegg senses changes and displays them to you in actionable results.
This is done with impedance technology, which means using very low-level electrical pulses to sense how your cervical fluid affects those pulses.
Through precise sensing technology, kegg is intended to help predict a more accurate and precise fertile window in comparison to probability-based solutions, which estimate ovulation windows and so are rarely accurate for irregular cycles.
This approach has been proven successful at detecting ovulation for decades, except it wasn’t applied to humans but rather farm animals...Yup! You read that right.
It's time technology is invested into women’s health.
2 minutes a day, whenever is most convenient for you
Today, most of us track our cervical fluid the ‘au naturel’ way: with tissue and fingers.
kegg cleans up (no pun intended) the process with a quick, easy test once a day, whenever is most convenient for you.
Add kegg to your morning routine
As cyclical beings, our mood, energy levels, and digestion are just a few things that are affected by where we are in the fertile cycle.
Seize the day by tuning in to your natural ebb and flow.
Or to your nightly ritual
We juggle a lot of work during the day, so we like to keep things simple at night.
Test with kegg while you brush your teeth, after a shower, or before you snooze. Whatever your nighttime routine is, adding kegg is easier than remembering to floss (though our app can help remind you, too).
kegg doubles as a Kegel exercise ball
A high quality medical device that does not bore — it exists, folks!
With kegg, you can opt to do Kegels to exercise your pelvic floor muscles before each test. Doing Kegel exercises before taking a fertility test can also promote natural lubrication and move the fluids downwards, making it easier data collection.
Get to know your pelvic floor as kegg guides you when and for how long to squeeze and relax those internal muscles.
You don’t have to wait to track your cycle until you’re ready to get pregnant. Tracking gives you more insight and information about you – and what’s going on in your body. It’s information that then can become talking points with your health care providers, particularly if things don’t seem to be as they should. And sometimes, just knowing what’s going on can give you serious peace of mind.