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Priya is Now Available!

Tired of another month gone by without a positive pregnancy?

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

Learn About The Priya Fertility Monitor

How Does it Work?

All fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) are based on the science of your menstrual cycle. To achieve pregnancy, FABMs aim to identify your fertile window: The 5 days before ovulation and the day of ovulation (1). 

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The Menstrual Cycle Story

This incredible journey starts on the first day of your period in the follicular phase, progresses to ovulation, enters the luteal phase, and ends the day before your next period.

Each of these phases are associated with hormonal changes and observable signals from your body indicating which phase you're in. These phases can vary each month, even for women with regular cycles, which is why tracking is essential.

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Why is Charting Important?

Your cycle is affected by environmental factors such as stress, diet, and sleep. These factors can cause variations in your cycle (2), but charting your signs every day gives you a deeper understanding of your body and helps you recognize your own individual patterns. This intimate knowledge of your body enables more informed discussions with your healthcare provider and empowers you to become your own advocate in the doctor's office. 

FABM 101

The Symptothermal Method

Kindara recommends using the Symptothermal Method (STM) to achieve pregnancy or to track the characteristics of your menstrual cycle. 

 The STM relies on 2 (or even 3 if you want) daily observations to determine your fertile window. That way, the observations check that the other is indeed indicating a fertile or non-fertile phase. Read on to learn more about which observations to track. 

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Temperature & Ovulation

Cervical Mucus & the Fertile Window

Cervical Position & Your Cycle

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Weschler, T. (2015). Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health.

Are You Ready to Take Control?

Kindara was created to help you meet your fertility goals and learn about your body. Download the Kindara App and start taking control of your fertility today.

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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. 

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