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October 28, 2009 14:36 ET

Ovulation Predictor Kit Ovu-Trac: A Non-Medical Alternative to Infertility Treatment Options

HANNA, AB--(Marketwire - October 28, 2009) - In a recent study from the Ohio State University Medical Center, 62.2 percent of those surveyed turned to alternative therapies before turning to more invasive medical treatments for infertility and getting pregnant. "The study speaks to people's commitment to do everything within their power to conceive," said Dr. Jonathan Schaffir, obstetrician at The Ohio State University Medical Center and lead author of the study. "Most of the non-medical options are shown to be harmless but very few, if any, have been shown to actually benefit infertility."

Even though these non-medical options might be time-consuming and expensive, they may have been beneficial because of their ensuing relaxation benefits, which are conducive to successful conception. Ovu-Trac® adds itself to this list of non-medical approaches to family planning. This in-home ovulation predictor kit tracks changes in a woman's saliva that indicate when she is entering her fertile phase. With this knowledge, she can take control of her fertility and plan intercourse effectively to achieve pregnancy.

Many doctors advocate the practice of calculating fertile days by observing changes in the menstrual cycle. However, not every menstrual cycle is identical, which is why the Ovu-Trac kit is most beneficial. Ovu-Trac provides women with individual ovulation test results based on their own bodies. This control and individualization undoubtedly reduces anxiety and stress during pregnancy planning, thereby increasing a woman's chances of success.

Of course, in addition to a saliva ovulation test kit like Ovu-Trac, using other methods could also be beneficial. For instance, modifying diet, losing weight, using herbal remedies, religion, exercise, acupuncture, yoga or massage therapy. In the past, women have turned to folklore, or old wives' tales, such as charms, cards or other heirlooms to help increase their chances of pregnancy. Quirky methods also include specific sexual positions or planning intercourse with the phases of the moon.

However, forewarned is forearmed. Not surprisingly, the women in the study who utilized non-traditional methods tended to be younger in age. The study cautions that the exclusive use of non-medical alternatives could lead to a loss of time, and then age can contribute to infertility. Ovu-Trac offers women a balance between both. This natural non-invasive method for identifying fertility and predicting ovulation also offers women the security of being a scientifically based medical device, licensed by both Health Canada and the FDA.

Before taking natural supplements, a woman should consult her physician to prevent potential sickness or interference with pregnancy planning. Treatments such as acupuncture or massage are not risky, but can be costly and time-consuming. The ultimate benefits of natural fertility monitors, like Ovu-Trac, are relaxation and control, which can help lead to successful family planning.

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