DuoFertility’s Wearable Device Explained in Wired.co.uk Interview

March 21, 2014 | Reply More

WLSA member DuoFertility’s CEO Claire Hooper was interviewed by Wired.Co.UK.  In the interview, Hooper explains DuoFertility’s wearable technology that helps couples conceive naturally.  With a success rate of 39 percent (compared to the 35 percent of IVF), DuoFertility can be a great tool for couples having a hard time conceiving. In the article, Hooper explains the technology and science behind the device. “We take the stress and guesswork out of trying for a baby by giving couples access to clinical levels of monitoring from the comfort of their own home,” says Hooper.  “DuoFertility is a small wearable sensor worn against the skin under a woman’s arm. It continuously measures the signs and signals of her body and pinpoints precisely when to try for a baby. Having this information when you are trying is proven to make a huge difference.”


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