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Ava Bracelet - FAQ

What is the Ava Bracelet?

ava-bracelet-fertility-monitorThe Ava bracelet is a hassle-free, easy-to-use and stylish, fertility monitor. Ava is worn on your wrist at night, whilst you sleep, to help you gain a better understanding of your menstrual cycles, fertility and health. Once you are pregnant switch Ava to pregnancy mode and Ava will tell you what to expect  during each week of your pregnancy. Unlike other fertility monitors and ovulation tests, with Ava there is no need to take your temperature orally every morning or to test your urine for hormones. Simply fasten your Ava bracelet to your wrist and let Ava do all the hard work.

Ava is also both CE approved and an FDA-registered class 1 medical device.


How is Ava different from period tracking apps like Glow and Clue?

Ava is more than just an app: it’s a medical device, which offers a novel way of tracking women’s cycles. Whilst you sleep, Ava’s sensors monitor 9 of your bodily factors and feed this information into Ava’s algorithm to predict 5.3 of your fertile days each cycle with 89% accuracy.

Other tracking apps like Glow and Clue rely solely on the user to input their own information about their menstrual cycle.

Ava was clinically tested in a year-long prospective-observational clinical trial at the University Hospital of Zurich with the research findings published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature.


How does Ava predict 5.3 days of my fertile window?

ava-bracelet-identifies-start-of-fertile-windowWomen experience hormonal changes throughout their menstrual cycle, which in turn has an effect on a woman’s body through various mechanisms.  Ava has been developed to track nine of those physiological ‘signals’ which correlate to these hormonal changes, including; resting pulse rate, breathing rate, sleep, skin temperature and perfusion.  The Ava algorithm uses all of this information to offer a more consistent prediction of a woman’ fertile window. Read how Ava works for a more detailed explanation.


I have irregular cycles. Can I still use Ava?

The current version of Ava is designed for women with menstrual cycles between 24 and 35 days in length. If you are unsure of your cycle length, you can learn how to calculate it here. Future versions of Ava aim to support women with more irregular cycles.


How often do I have to wear Ava?

To ensure the optimum accuracy of Ava’s predictions, you should wear your Ava bracelet every night to capture as much information as possible about the physiological changes occurring during your entire menstrual cycle.


Should my Ava bracelet be fully charged before I use it each night?

ava-bracelet-89-percent-accurateYes. It is important to make sure your Ava is fully charged before going to bed. We recommend that you either leave Ava plugged in during the day or charge it for at least 3 hours before wearing at night.


How tightly should I wear my Ava bracelet on my wrist?

Your Ava should fit snugly on your wrist to make sure that the sensor stays in contact with your skin, but don’t worry, your Ava bracelet has been designed to feel comfortable whilst you sleep.


Can I use my Ava bracelet without the app?

To access the data that your Ava bracelet has recorded, you need to download the Ava mobile app onto your smartphone  You will need to sync your Ava bracelet with your smartphone, every morning to ensure you are seeing the most up-to-date data in the app.


Order your Ava bracelet today


● Ava is clinically proven to identify 5.3 fertile days per cycle with 89% accuracy

● Ava detects the very first signs that the fertile window is beginning when your body is preparing to ovulate

● Ava can be used to track your menstrual cycles, fertile window and can be worn during pregnancy, to help you learn more about your body and help you conceive

● Excellent product support and FAQ online resource

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