Fertility awareness-based methods of tracking the menstrual cycle can help women either get pregnant or prevent unwanted pregnancies. There are a few such techniques, including watching the body temperature that typically stays low in the beginning of the cycle and rises just after ovulation, falling back again before the next period. The trick is to keep a close eye on temperature changes and now there’s a new device available to help you do just that.
The Wink from Kindara (Boulder, CO) is a Bluetooth-connected oral thermometer that syncs with a special app that provides automatic tracking of the menstrual cycle. Beside tracking temperature, the app lets you enter data about the consistency of the cervical fluid, with the two parameters combining to hopefully give a consistent reading of one’s menstrual cycle.
Here’s a video presenting the Wink:
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