According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, 12% of reproductive age women in the U.S. have fertility problems. That statistic increases as women age, with women in their 30s considered to be “about half as fertile” as those in their 20s, according to the National Institutes of Health.
Given the evidence, it’s no surprise that fertility clinics and yes, even fertility apps seem to be everywhere. One fertility app, WOOM, helps women track and calculate their ovulation, so they can optimize their fertility – and ultimately, conceive faster.
Developed by a medical team and technicians, WOOM’s algorithm allows the app to adapt to each woman’s personal needs. In addition to calculating menstrual cycle and fertility days with precision, WOOM also shows the daily chances of becoming pregnant. The app also provides users with useful content around healthy eating habits, lifestyle, fertility, sexuality and more.