When your biological clock is ticking trying to conceive can feel stressful and hard. Rest assured. kegg is here to help. Hundreds of women in their 40s have successfully conceived using kegg.
How do women in their 40s use kegg to successfully conceive?
As you approach perimenopause, cycles may become irregular, ovulation may occur inconsistently, and it may be difficult to determine when you are in your fertile window.
Timing intercourse or insemination during your most fertile days is one step you can take to optimize your fertility journey. Unfortunately, waiting for ovulation day misses the most fertile days.
kegg detects the changes in the cervical fluid. This allows the user to see when their fertile window opens and closes. Every egg counts, and with kegg you will know when you are most fertile.
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Is kegg a subscription?
No subscription. No recurring costs. kegg is a one-time purchase without any additional recurring costs. With kegg, you save money every month you would otherwise have to spend on refills.
What is 12 month pregnancy guarantee?
A “12-month Pregnancy Guarantee” means you’re protected if you purchased the kegg fertility tracker, used it continuously for at least (1) year, and didn’t get pregnant during that time.
You’ll get a full refund if the kegg’s user criteria, recommended use, and 12-month Pregnancy Guarantee rules are met. Read full policy rules here.