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Ready to Get Pregnant? Find Out Exactly When Your Body is Ready too.

Trying to get pregnant can be an exciting time, but it can also be confusing and frustrating, especially if it is taking longer than anticipated. We are here to help.

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Want a better way to track your menstrual cycle?

Get ready for a whole new way to identify your fertile window.

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What to Know About Ovulation

  • There are only a few days per cycle that you are fertile.
  • Clinical guidelines state that ovulation occurs between days 10 and 17 (1), but 70% of women ovulate outside that time frame.
  • The day of ovulation can vary each month, even in women with regular cycles (1).
  • After ovulation, conception is no longer possible during that cycle (2). 
The key is to learn how to identify YOUR fertile window. Not a guess or prediction based on averages, but your own individual real-time fertile window based on your body signs.

“Women should be advised that the timing of their fertile window can be highly unpredictable, even if their cycles are usually regular.”

British Medical Journal

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Scientifically Proven Tips to Get Pregnant

Step 1: Measure Temperature

Step 2: Track Cervical Mucus

Step 3: Additional Tracking Tools

Step 4: Talk To Your Doctor

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Christy Found Success with Kindara

In April of 2014 after several months of TTC with timed intercourse and OPK's and no luck I knew I needed to keep better records, so I found Kindara and started charting. I am so glad I did because it has been the best part of my TTC journey!

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Ready to Be in the Driver's Seat?

With powerful solutions to make your trying to conceive journey less confusing and a supportive community to answer questions along the way, getting in control of your fertility has never been easier.

Learn more about Kindara and Priya to find out which solution is best for you.

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Intended Use

The Kindara app is intended to display physiological parameters (basal body temperature, cervical mucus, menstruation, etc.) as an aid in ovulation prediction to facilitate conception or to track the characteristics of the menstrual cycle (not to be used for contraception). 

The Kindara app can be used in conjunction with any device which has the means of collecting basal body temperature data from the user.  The app can also be used standalone without a temperature device, allowing the user to enter data related to their menstrual cycles (such as cervical fluid and period dates), enabling them to track information related to their cycles. 

The Kindara app should not be used for contraception.