What’s taking so long?

So, things aren’t going quite as you planned. You expected the conception process to be easy but so far, your journey has been filled with month after month of disappointment. As hard as it is to believe right now, you’re normal.

Every cycle is important.

Every month, you try again. You put last month out of your mind and focus on enjoying the present. Making a baby should be fun, you think. Still, you can’t help but have questions and concerns, like:

Are other couples struggling like us?

Do we need a tool to help us conceive, or is that obsessive?

Are we doing something wrong?

Your friends tell you to calm down. After all, you’ve been told that stress will only make matters worse. But you’re worried. You didn’t expect this.

Making the most of your cycle.

70% of pregnancies

happen in the same

3 cycle days

There are many possible reasons why it’s taking a little longer to conceive than you thought it would, but the most likely one is timing.

70% of pregnancies happen in the same three days of a woman’s cycle. But the precise timing of these days varies for each woman over each of her cycles.

We all have different cycle lengths, ovulation times, and hormonal fluctuations. The key to boosting your chances at conception each month is to understand what’s really going on in your body.

Are you tracking the right signals?

Maybe you’ve already tried the temperature method, checking your BBT each morning for a half-degree spike that indicates ovulation. The problem with temping is that once you see the spike, it’s already too late to conceive.

Many women turn to fertility tracking apps to try to get pregnant, entering data about their cycles each day. Unfortunately, the apps rely on averages to tell when you’re fertile, and they’re not always accurate. Ovulation might be off by several days, enough to miss your fertile window for that month.

Some women use ovulation strips, which predict ovulation by measuring hormone levels in your urine. These are notoriously inconvenient and annoying to use, and you get little warning before ovulation.

The more fertile days you can identify before ovulation, the better. That way, you and your partner can try for a baby without feeing rushed. The best way to achieve this is to continuously measure a variety of physiological parameters for a complete picture of your fertility.

That’s exactly what Ava does.

Introducing Ava.

Ava is a medical grade sensor bracelet worn at night, so no one will know you’re trying to conceive if you don’t want them to. While you sleep, it gathers data about dermatological, cardiovascular, thermal, and other parameters in order to detect the five most fertile days of your cycle.

Beyond the fertility benefits, Ava provides invaluable insight about your health. You’ll get data about:

  • ovulation
  • cycle length
  • stress level
  • sleep quality
  • and more
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The science behind Ava.

Ava completed a year-long clinical study at the University Hospital of Zurich under the lead of Prof. Dr. Brigitte Leeners, a leading expert on the mathematical modeling of menstrual cycles. Ava was found to identify an average of 5.3 fertile days per cycle with an accuracy of 89 percent.

The results of the study were presented in June 2016 at the Swiss Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Annual Congress and will be presented in October 2016 at the German Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Annual Congress. Bayer, the leading women’s health company, is sponsoring Ava’s presentations.

Our scientific research paper will be submitted in summer 2016. We expect it to be published by a peer-reviewed journal in reproductive health by the end of 2016.

Learn more about the science behind Ava.

Is Ava right for you?

  • You want the confidence that you’re timing conception properly without the hassle of the temperature method or urine sticks
  • You’re interested in learning more about your fertility and general health, including sleep quality and stress level
  • You have regular or moderately irregular cycles (between 24-35 days)
  • You don’t have any medical issues that impact interrupt normal ovulation including PCOS and hypothalamic amenorrhea

The first release of Ava has not been tested on women with highly irregular cycles or diagnosed fertility conditions including PCOS. In the coming months, we plan to release updates that include detection of anovulatory cycles and more robust tracking of highly irregular cycles.


Ava for pregnancy.

Ava doesn’t stop working after you see those two pink lines appear on the pregnancy test. It continues to support you by tracking your stress levels, sleep quality, and heart rate—each of which is important for a happy, healthy pregnancy.

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Ava Fertility Tracker

Shipping takes 1 – 2 days.

We’re so grateful for the overwhelming interest we’ve received since we launched. Due to high demand, Ava does not ship for 8 – 12 weeks after ordering. Order now to avoid further delays.

Purchasing Ava is no risk: if you get pregnant or change your mind before your Ava ships, just let us know. We’ll cancel your order and refund your credit card, no questions asked.

Take charge of your conception with Ava.

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