Effectiveness

The Ladycomp range of fertility monitors are very effective, and have stood the test of 25 years.

They have undergone a number of clinical tests, as well as the obvious public scrutiny from the ladies around the world who have been using them.

Ready to go from day one!

The daily fertility display of Lady-Comp has a Pearl Index of 0.7, meaning it is 99.3% accurate.

If a green light is displayed, then it is 99.3% accurate.
The pill, for example, has a Pearl-Index ranging from 0.1 to 0.9, while the coil’s is between 1 and 3.

What is the Pearl Index?

The Pearl-Index determines effectiveness …

In the medical field, the Pearl Index is used to report the effectiveness of a certain birth control method. As an example: if 100 women use a particular birth control method for one year and one woman becomes pregnant, the Pearl Index of this method is 1.0. Birth control pills have a Pearl Index between 0.1 and 0.9, diaphragms range from 1 to 3.

With a Pearl Index of 0.7, the fertility computers are the leaders in natural contraception and family planning.

Reliability is most important

You take your BBT or Basal Body Temperature in the morning when you first wake up.  You do this using the highly sensitive temperature sensor, that measures temperature with a 1/100 degrees of accuracy. It then automatically compares it with its bio-mathematical forecasting software and stored information of all available family planning research. It also automatically compares it to hundreds of thousands of cycles of other women to accurately determine, analyze and display your individual cycle.

The pill, for example, has a Pearl-Index ranging from 0.1 to 0.9, while the coil’s is between 1 and 3. Consequently, our fertility computers are the leaders in natural pregnancy prevention and family planning, with an accuracy equal to the most popular contraceptive methods. With Lady-Comp you can achieve this security 100% naturally and side-effect free.

DOWNLOAD – Information Booklet that explains the Lady-Comp Fertility Monitors