Daysy 2.0 Fertility Tracker
- 13 x 2.2 x 4.8 cm
- Weight 38 g
- PC-ABS (polycarbonate-ABS)
- LiPo 3.7 V battery
- iOS 12 or later for app use with iPhone
- 5.0 or later for app use with Android
- Bluetooth and 3G or Wifi required to connect device to app
- Prices include VAT within Germany with additional costs applied for shipping
- Free shipping from € 40
- Shipping within Germany
- GoGreen: Climate-neutral shipping with DHL
- Delivered approx. 4-6 working days with standard shipping
The first 2-4 cycles of use are considered Daysy's learning phase. Over the course of her learning phase, Daysy will come to understand your cycle and begin narrowing down your fertile window. Daysy remains quite cautious and conservative during this time, which is why Daysy is accurate starting the very first day.
Alcohol, if consumed excessively or when your body is not used to it, does influence basal body temperature. If you can feel that you were drinking yesterday, you should skip your reading in the morning. If you feel just fine and have no headache or other symptoms of alcohol consumption you are fine to measure as usual. Consult with a doctor if on medication or have an illness if it may impact temperature readings.
Knowing when you ovulate can help you plan for sex at the right time... and therefore improve your chance of getting pregnant! Ovulation normally happens about 14 days before your period starts. If your average menstrual cycle is around 28 days for example, you ovulate around day 14, and your most fertile days are the 12th, 13th and 14th. Since every body is different, your cycle can be a bit shorter or longer. If you don't want to do the math and are looking for a simple solution to track your menstrual cycle, fertility trackers like Daysy are the perfect tool for you. One study showed that 81% of couples who track their fertility and timing intercourse on their fertile days will conceive within 6 months. Source: C Gnoth et. al. Hum Reprod. 2003 Sep;18(9):1959-66
Daysy is a lifestyle fertility tracker that uses the basal body temperature measurement method to determine fertile as well as infertile days and can be used for conception and cycle monitoring. Daysy provides more than 99% accurate analysis of your current cycle data, so you can monitor your cycle in a natural way and determine exactly which phase you are in. The smart Femtech device combines the temperature method with a sophisticated self-learning algorithm based on more than 30 years of cycle research and experience based on the analysis of over 10 million cycles.