How Ava worksThere are six days a cycle when it’s possible to conceive. Ava is clinically tested to recognize five of them. It's easy.
Overnight, the Ava sensor bracelet collects continuous data while you sleep.
In the morning, sync your bracelet to the app, and Ava’s algorithm instantly shows your results.
Ava pinpoints your five best days to try for a baby as they're taking place.
At work while you sleep
For consistent readings, the Ava sensor bracelet goes to work overnight while your body is at rest.
As it records your physiological parameters, it also tracks movement with a built-in accelerometer. This signal allows it to measure your sleep quantity (duration) and quality (percentage of combined deep and REM sleep).
Is Ava right for me?
The below is intended as a guideline. For more detailed questions about whether Ava is right for you, visit our FAQs and consult with your physician.
Yes: Your cycle is regular and between 24–35 days
Ava will work with cycles slightly shorter or longer than the 28-day average, provided they are of consistent length.
Yes: You have endometriosis
Ava can be used with endometriosis, unless there is severe scarring that interrupts ovulation.
Yes: You're using an alternate conception method
Ava can be used to time conception methods other than intercourse, e.g. artificial insemination.
Yes: You’re breastfeeding
Ava can be used while breastfeeding once your cycle has returned.
No: You’re taking hormonal birth control
Ava works by sensing physiological changes related to your natural hormone levels.
No: You have PCOS
Ava has not been tested with fertility conditions that interrupt ovulation, such as PCOS or hypothalamic amenorrhea.
No: Your cycle length varies significantly from month to month
Ava has not been tested on women with irregular cycles that vary widely in length.
No: You're looking for contraception
Ava has not been designed nor tested for pregnancy prevention.