Natural fertility management at its best
Lady-Comp® natural fertility management and family planning monitor has been validated by many clinical trials and over 28 years of use in Germany and Switzerland, which makes Lady-Comp a world leader in terms of precision, reliability and accuracy.
There are up to seven days in every cycle...
...when a woman can get pregnant: five days before ovulation and on the time she ovulates.
In order not to become pregnant in this relatively short period of time, many women accept considerable day in, day out impairments of their well-being; thereby putting a heavy strain on their health and their sex life with contraceptive measures.
Does it have to be that way? We say No!
Our high-performance fertility monitor determines your fertile days and shows you when you are ovulating by recording, analysing and storing your menstrual cycle data. Lady-Comp is a new generation natural fertility management method, which is clinically proven and 99.3% reliable - this is an accuracy equal to the most popular, but invasive contraceptive methods.
How Lady-Comp works?
Our natural fertility management / family planning computers are programmed to accurately determine and display the time of ovulation in the female body. Ovulation causes a slight, but noticeable rise in body temperature. When you measure your temperature with the sensor every morning before you get up, the fertility computer evaluates the data and quickly recognises your individual fertility pattern.
If you are fertile the computer will display a red light and if you are in your infertile phase the computer will show a green light. The display is valid for the next 24 hours.
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The side-effects of the pill and coil
“Complications arising from the use of the pill are very frequent. Infertility after its use for 7-15 years is a very serious problem. S crypts are very sensitive to normal and cyclical stimulation by natural oestrogens, and the pill causes atrophy of these crypts. Fertility is impaired, treatment is difficult.” - Professor Erik Odeblad, Sweden
If you would like to know the full list of side effects related to taking hormonal pills or using an IUD (coil), and why they also act in an anti-implantation way by not allowing a newly conceived embryo to attach to the uterine lining, please read: