Natural fertility awareness-based methods (FABM)
The term “fertility awareness-based methods” (FABM) refers to different ways of determining fertile and infertile phases of the female cycle and can be used for family planning. The basis of all fertility awareness-based methods relies on a woman´s understanding and recognition of her fertility!
There are different ways and methods that women can use to determine their fertility. These include the temperature method, cervical mucus method, calendar method, symptothermal method, and symptohormonal method.
Daysy: A precise method in terms of the fertility awareness method (FAM)
As a reliable lifestyle fertility tracker, in the terms of the fertility awareness method (FAM), Daysy calculates the fertile phase of the woman’s cycle based on a very sensitive and precise, computer-assisted basal body temperature measurement, obtained directly after waking up.
Daysy’s integrated thermometer enables a particularly precise measurement. This distinguishes Daysy from other methods which require a separate basal thermometer, leaving it up to the user which thermometer is used.
Consequently, there is no guarantee that the applied thermometer meets the required standards. Measurement inaccuracies and rounding errors can occur due to the thermometer or when entering the data into an app.
Due to an intelligent algorithm based on scientific research, many years of experience of more than 500,000 users, and sophisticated technology, Valley Electronics products offer the highest quality, precision, and reliability for menstrual cycle tracking. Factors that influence the menstrual cycle, such as phases of stress, alcohol consumption, and sleep deprivation, are considered in the algorithm.
Daysy’s algorithm accurately differentiates between the fertile and infertile window, providing a reliable alternative to common fertility awareness methods (FAM).
Daysy enables women like you to track you unique menstrual cycle. Daysy: A precision method in terms of the fertility awareness method (FAM). Daysy tells you when you are in your fertile window and when you are not. With this knowledge, you can specifically plan a pregnancy.
Quick, reliable, and proven: You can rely on Daysy’s algorithm
Unlike other methods, Daysy makes it easy to find out whether you are in your fertile or infertile phase. The simple and intuitive operation of Daysy lets you know the current status of your fertility within seconds. All you have to do is measure your basal body temperature under your tongue with Daysy in the morning, immediately after waking up and before getting up. In addition, you enter whether you have your period. Based on your data and those from 5 million menstrual cycles and 30 years of research, Daysy's algorithm calculates within seconds whether you are fertile or not.
With these 3 colors you can keep track of your cycle and fertility status
If Daysy shows you a red light, you are fertile / possibly fertile.
If Daysy shows you a green light, you are not fertile.
If Daysy shows you a red flashing light, that is your predicted day of ovulation.
Yellow days indicate cycle variations. They can also mean that Daysy is still in the learning phase.
During your fertile window you can plan a pregnancy, during your infertile phase you can not.
At a glance: Why Daysy is ideal for fertility tracking
One of the advantages of Daysy is the ability to explore your own menstrual cycle and get to know your body better. Apart from the simple measurement of your basal body temperature in the morning and the input of your menstruation days, nothing else is necessary so that you can become aware of your cycle and body.
Find your own personal relationship with your body. Know your cycle, know yourself!
Opportunities and challenges of fertility awareness-based methods (FABM)
The most important benefit of fertility awareness-based methods (FABM) is that they are all natural. These methods are solely based on the observation of the individual body and cycle; therefore, they meet the needs of women who strive for a natural lifestyle, cycle awareness, and sophisticated body literacy. Not only do women learn more about their fertile phases, they can also identify and understand bodily changes better.
Daysy is the only fertility tracker that combines the temperature method with a sophisticated algorithm and uses statistical calculations to ensure accurate forecasting. This allows maximum accuracy in planning a pregnancy.