Why Guess When You Can Know?
Tired of another month gone by without a positive pregnancy test? Take the guesswork out of trying to get pregnant with Priya. Priya's state-of-the-art technology utilizes continuous core body temperature to tell you precisely when you are fertile.
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Trying to conceive doesn't always go according to plan, and that can be frustrating and confusing. The good news is that we can help. Unlike anything on the market today, the Priya Fertility System is an intravaginal sensor and mobile app that measures continuous core body temperature (CCBT) to maximize your chances of getting pregnant.
Insert Priya in the comfort of your home to effortlessly pinpoint your fertile window and predict ovulation. Go about life as usual and you can count on Priya to alert you when you are fertile.
CCBT is a highly reliable way to track temperature patterns to predict the fertile window (1). The chance for user error, as compared to other methods, is significantly reduced by Priya's automated data collection.
No confusion, no guessing, and no more missed fertile days. Be empowered with the confidence of knowing what is happening with your body in real-time.
“It was so easy to insert and I didn't even notice that it was there! The app is also really user friendly and I can't wait to see the exact timing/get the notification that it is my fertility window. It's like a "set it and forget it" system so that you don't have to stress about the timing of it all and just enjoy the intimacy together. Takes the pressure off of tracking it by yourself.”
Priya study participant
Continuous core body temperature captures subtle temperature shifts that occur 2-4 days prior to ovulation (2).
Priya predicts the fertile window on average 2.7 days prior to luteinizing hormone tests, giving you more opportunity to take advantage of the days you’re most likely to conceive (2).
Together, the Priya Sensor and App are a powerful tool to inform you about your cycle based on your real-time temperature data.
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Coyne, M. D., Kesick, C. M., Doherty, T. J., Kolka, M. A., & Stephenson, L. A. (2000). Circadian rhythm changes in core temperature over the menstrual cycle: method for noninvasive monitoring. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 279(4), R1316-R1320.
Prima-Temp data on file