Medical trials

We have cooperated with the best gynecologists and gynecological endocrinologists in the country, with Prof. Dr Artur Wdowiak, Prof. Dr Grzegorz Polak, and Dr. Joanna Tkaczuk Włach.

The trials covered 60 women aged 21 to 35. To monitor the cycles, we used a certified Empatica4 band, to make the data collected from the patients reliable.

The trials included both women with 27-day cycles, and those with 35-day cycles. Each was different, which made it possible to create tools fitting all women, and each of them individually.

The Course of the Tests

During the trials, 220 USG tests, and 130 blood tests were performed, including AMH, LH, FSH, Estradiol, Progesteron, TSH.

180 cycles were tested, each of them
lasted on average about 29 days.

Regularity – yes, on average 29 days, interval 27-32
USG and blood parameter tests in total – 1000
Average number of USG tests per cycle- 4, 7 USG per patient
Average AMH- 5,4

Number of women who were unable to become pregnant by
12 months

Diseases in women – hypothyroidism, thyroid hyperfunction, Hashimoto, hypertension, anorexia


During the medical trials, 3 of our users fulfilled their dreams of motherhood. We congratulate the future moms! We’re sure that there will be more such successes.

Doctor’s Opinion

Prof. Grzegorz Polak, M.D.

A gynecologist and obstetrician, a gynecological endocrinologists and reproduction specialist

When infertility is an issue of the 21st century, and almost one in 5 reproduction-age couples struggle to get pregnant, the application constitutes a realistic solution. The clinical trials have demonstrated that the skin electrical resistance parameter can predict one’s ovulation with an accuracy of more than 90%.

This result is supported by hours of consultations, and dozens of USG and blood tests performed. It is simply stunning, how the technology, which seems to be unavailable for a common person, makes it possible to create a tool, which is simple and popular in use.

Become a tester

Join the trials of our innovative application, which makes it possible to predict the best time for getting pregnant, based on the skin’s electrical resistance and artificial intelligence which learns the woman’s body.

We cooperate with the best gynecologists and gynecological endocrinologists in the country

You will have access to professional medical care

you’ll learn both to predict your ovulation, and to specify your pre-ovulation infertility phase cycles, your fertility phases, and your post-ovulation infertility phases.

You’ll be more self-confident, and know your body better

you’ll learn the natural fertility rhythm, also the changes, which take place in your body depending on the day in the cycle

Learn more about the trials

How are the measurements made?

The measurements are performed using a band which senses your skin’s electrical resistance depending on its moisture resulting from changes in the sweating glands’ activity, the temperature, and pulse. For the measurements to be accurate, the band needs to be worn at all times. This way, the application “learns” the user’s body, which translates into more accurate predictions of ovulation

Who runs the trials?

Our the trials are conducted by faculty members (PhDs and full professors) of the Medical University of Lublin, Lublin University of Technology, and
UMCS (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University).

What the trials consist in?

The trials consist in analyzing the electrical resistance of a woman’s skin in three subsequent ovulation cycles, correlated with blood and USG tests.

How long will the trials take?

We expect that, in creating the application, the examinations will be performed twice in three months each

Why testing the electrical resistance is more accurate than temperature measurements?

The temperature increases during ovulation, but in terms of analyzing a woman’s body, the temperature may increase in many different situations. And the electrical resistance decreases and reaches its minimum right before ovulation. Based on the skin’s electrical resistance, we can predict your ovulation, and based on the measurements of the body temperature, we can determine that it has probably taken place.

Can I participate in the trials?

Yes, if you fall into one of the following groups:
▪ you are a woman aged 19-35, and you have never been pregnant
▪ you are a woman aged 21-40, and you’ve had one child already
▪ you are a woman aged 19-35, and you’re trying to become pregnant ineffectively
If you fall into one of these groups, and have a smartphone with the Android version 9.0 or iOS version 11 operating system, write us and express your will to participate in the trials.


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