You may recall from my Mums Show Live Experience, one of the Companies I have had the opportunity to review is the innovative Fertilomat.
Their project is based on extensive medical research to give the clearest answer in percentage terms about the chances of a woman getting pregnant. They have given it the name the Ferti-Index. In order to compute the Index, several questions need to be answered honestly and then you receive a report with the result as well as suggestions of how the woman can change her lifestyle in order to improve the chance of falling pregnant.
Dagmar Volfova from Fertilomat tells me:
‘There is also a second version for doctors (gynecologists/female specialists) that is more reliable. After answering the questions, doctor inserts results of tests he or she made to an individual woman (especially FSH, AMH, E2, and follicle details). The doctor also prints a report with suggestions. Since this version includes medical result, the reliability increases a lot. We are establishing partnerships with doctors and hope to help women to be more informed about their chances of getting pregnant and what to do about it. Any doctor can join us’
For some more detailed information about their research then please take a look here.
I recently had the opportunity to try Fertilomat for myself and the result shocked me. At the moment I only have a 3 in 10 chance which is mainly down to the amount of caffeine I consume. I rather love coffee and drank at least 2 lattes every day during my pregnancy with Grace – it was my craving! – although in labour I couldn’t have the smell of coffee anywhere near me, it made me want to throw up! The report confirmed that I had an ideal BMI and the fact that I don’t smoke helps but I do also need to cut down on my intake of alcohol and increase the amount of exercise I do. This is all now being resolved due to the new diet I have just started.
This female fertility report takes your age, height and weight into account and provides you with a report with suggestions both online and via email and normally costs around £16 but I have two to giveaway. Just fill in the rafflecopter below.