When to use fertility tracker devices

When using a fertility tracker is a key point in the contraceptive decision.

A lot of women are in the market for a fertility device and they want to know what to expect in the first month of their pregnancy.

The question they need to ask themselves is how long should I use my fertility tracker? 

A fertility tracker will tell you how long you have left for the ovaries to produce an egg and ovulation.

The fertility tracker uses a pulse monitor to monitor the rate of the blood flow in your ovaries.

You can read more about the pulsatile heartbeat of an ovary here.

The pulse monitor gives a pulse of your heart every 10-20 minutes.

It gives you a pulse rate of 10 beats per minute, so a person has to take a blood sample every 10 minutes to keep their heart rate at a steady state.

The pulsatile heart rate will tell a fertility expert if you are at risk of having an abnormal pregnancy, or if you have a high chance of having a premature baby. 

A pregnancy will occur if your blood pressure goes below 155/85 mmHg.

If you have high blood pressure, your heart rate goes too high and your blood is pumping too fast, which can cause heart failure and even death. 

Fertility monitors are also used to monitor ovarian function.

You will get a reading every 10 days, which tells you if your ovulation has been successful or not. 

You will also get a test every 12 weeks which will give you a pregnancy test.

A pregnancy test will give the following results: Fertility test result: Positive.

Ovulation test result:- Positive.

If the ovulation test is positive, the pregnancy test has been negative. 

The result of the pregnancy tests is the pregnancy rate.

The higher the number, the better the chances of having babies.

The pregnancy rate is determined by two factors: 1) the number of pregnancies the women had at a particular time and 2) the level of fertility.

A low pregnancy rate will indicate a low chance of pregnancy.

A high pregnancy rate indicates a high likelihood of pregnancy, and the pregnancy should be carried out. 

What about other fertility tracker types?

The term ‘trusted fertility tracker’ was introduced in 2018 and it was specifically designed to be used with the Ovulation Tracker 3.0 (which was released in 2019) as it has a pulsatile pulse monitor. 

Another fertility tracker, the Oocyte Tracker, has a pulse-wave technology that tells you how many times your ovum has developed.

The Oocyte tracker can tell you about your sperm count and how many eggs you have laid. 

When using a pulsating heartbeat monitor, it is important to understand how the heart rate changes with each cycle.

The heart rate increases when the ovary is producing more eggs and decreases when the eggs are not producing enough eggs. 

How to check the fertility tracker in your area If you are using the  OocyteTracker 3.1 , you can check the status of your fertility tracker at any time by visiting the  Ovulation Tracker  website. 

This is also available in other countries, such as Singapore, Malaysia and India. 

Checking the status Using the OVTracker Tracker 3, you can use the ‘Status’ button to check your fertility status. 

It will tell if you can be ovulated, are pregnant, and that the pregnancy has been carried out successfully. 

Here is a chart of the various fertility tracker options: If the fertility monitor shows that you are ovulating, you will be able to see how much the ovum is producing and when you can expect to get pregnant.

If not, you may need to go to your GP to get tested for pregnancy. 

If your fertility monitor indicates that you do not ovulate, you are not pregnant and the heart monitor does not show a pulse, you must have gone to your doctor to get checked for pregnancy or have had an abnormal blood test result. 

Having trouble ovulating?

Try using a different fertility tracker. 

For example, the EggTrack 3 is a pulsable heart monitor, which has been tested for fertility for over a decade.

If your fertility device says you are pregnant and ovulating within a month of the test result, you have the option to continue using your fertility tracking device. 

In addition, the EggTrack 3 has a continuous pulse monitor, so you can continue to monitor your pregnancy and ovulations even after you ovulate. 

There are also fertility tracker apps available on the internet, which are able to help you monitor your fertility in different ways, from using the device to monitoring the heart of the device.