By Kim Whittemore
This so resonates for me on many levels. Unfortunately it’s way past useful for me, but if any of this can serve those suitable women facing the prospects of infertility or simply challenges along the path of trying to conceive then so be it. In the words of a 39 year old woman I met at the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology 60th Annual Clinical Meeting in San Diego recently, who I will paraphrase but this is the gist of her thoughts given the perceived value proposition of DuoFertility’s biosenor assisted passive fertility monitoring system:
$800 is a small price to pay to take away the guess work and have some advance notice of the best time to make love with my husband. With a 4 year old, start up business and his work schedule, who has time to take and graph and chart temps? I am 39 years old. And there isn’t a time clock for IVF because we just AREN’T going to do it – it’s not about the money, we just don’t want to go through the drugs and embryos and the whole process……if we can’t conceive naturally we will be happy and consider ourselves blessed with our daughter.