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Medicare Femsense Ovulation Tracker- One Patch

Medicare Femsense Ovulation Tracker- One Patch

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The Medicare femSense® Ovulation Tracker patch measures your body temperature 24/7 during your fertile window, the algorithm interprets the temperature measurements, and the app gives you daily updates on your fertility status. The app tells you which days you are most likely to get pregnant and notifies you when ovulation has occurred. The disposable temperature patch is worn under the arm for a period of up to 7 days when a woman is most fertile, during this time it continuously measures, records and analyses body temperature data. This data is then transferred from the patch to the phone when scanned using NFC (contactless).

It is not intended for diagnostic or therapeutic use and does not display temperature curves.

• No more peeing on sticks
• Discreet and comfortable
• 24/7 temperature measurement


The smart sensor patch is worn for a maximum of seven days – during the fertile window. This is detected based on when the last period was entered in the app. As soon as the patch is applied and activated, the 24/7 measurement begins. Precise measurement and an intelligent algorithm mean that Medicare femSense® can detect the tiny increase in body temperature caused by ovulation. Medicare femSense® can then inform the user, via the app, that ovulation has been detected and the patch can be removed. It is recommended to scan the patch at least twice a day, morning and evening. The longer the Medicare femSense® system is used, the more accurate it becomes. By wearing the patch and closely observing several menstrual cycles, Medicare femSense® can not only detect the fertile phase, but precisely define it - individually tailored to each and every user.

With you every step of the way, the Medicare femSense® Ovulation Tracker will help get you pregnant in the best natural, hormone free way.

Medicare femSense® is intended for any woman over the age of 18 and in childbearing age who want to track their ovulation or plan a pregnancy.