Discover how femtech and sextech can assist you!
Daysy is part of a wave of innovations in the area where female health and reproduction meet with technology. Menstruation, ovulation and fertility are at the center of femtech, a category of software and diagnostics products and services that use technology to improve women's health. The selection of cycle apps currently available on the market is large, but not every product is a reliable choice.
Many of these fertility and ovulation apps work on a purely mathematical basis and determine fertile days by projecting past values onto the future, at times even months in advance. By drawing recourse to old data and not much else, they deliver only average values that are likely to display fertile days and menstruation during wrong intervals. More cautious apps require the user to take her temperature and observe her cervical mucus. These apps essentially work as calendars for the user to input information she has to collect manually. That certainly is an advantage over pencil and paper, but it does not follow a sophisticated technological approach. Privacy and date protection are also an important issue. In particular with free apps, you might really be paying with your data. Make sure to read the privacy statements involved. If all that sounds exhausting and even a little alarming to you, you are going to want to meet Daysy.
Sophisticated femtech: Daysy and "DaysyDay"
Daysy is a modern fertility computer with a highly sensitive test prod, a medical device with a high accuracy, built on the foundation of over 30 years of research and development in women's reproductive health and technology. Daysy works with an algorithm established by analyzing 5 million female cycles to reliably determine and predict fertility, every day. All you have to do is take your temperature using Daysy before you get out of bed in the morning. After only 60 seconds and the push of a button to confirm when you are menstruating, Daysy displays your fertile status. No need to track other physical signs or keep written records. In addition, the app "DaysyDay", available for free download, can be synchronized with Daysy to show you a precise preview of the next month and access to your cycle data and temperature curve at all times. You can also share your fertility calendar with your partner or your doctor: It's up to you!