Daysy

Daysy Promotion

Because it is Women’s Health Week and PCOS Awareness Month, the subject of ovulation and knowing when ovulation is occurring is very important for women who are in their fertile years.

One of the companies that distributes a very high quality ovulation detection device is kindly offering my patients and people in this page a discount on a product for those trying to conceive and it can also be used for those not trying to conceive.The device is called Daysy

Many ovulation detection devices are very inaccurate and temperature charting has been shown to only be around 42% accurate (unless you see a qualified natural fertility planner).

The most reliable way to check ovulation is via Follicle Tracking done with your gynaecologist (which involves scanning and tracking your follicle development via ultrasound). This offers around a 99% accuracy rate.

But there is ovulation detection device called the Daysy, that the company boasts as having a 93% accuracy rate for detecting ovulation and some of their studies show that it may be as high as 96%. If that is the case, this is something that may help women who want to consider to help track ovulation for pregnancy and contraceptive purposes.

For Women’s Health Month the makers of Daysy have kindly offered my patients and people on my page a 15% discount when they use a special promotional code. After Women’s Health Month, the discount will be 5%.

From September 3rd until September 7th, Women’s Health Week, the promotion code to use is “DR.A15“. This will give you 15% off the retail price.

After Women’s Health Week has finished the code to use is “Dr.A” – This will give you a 5% discount.

This will apply continuously, unless they offer another promotion.

To get the discount, please follow the link on this post and then add the Daysy to your cart and then put in the promotion code.

Have a read a bit more about Daysy on their webpage by clicking the link. http://www.ladycomp.com.au/store/fertility-monitors/daysy/

Regards

Dr Andrew Orr

 

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