An Affordable, Accurate Fertility Saliva Ovulation Test
Designed by leading fertility expert, Dr. Amos Grunebaum, ObGyn, Fertile-Focus is the affordable high-quality saliva-based fertility test (or personal ovulation microscope) that predicts ovulation with 98% accuracy – up to 72 hours in advance.
Fertile-Focus allows women to identify their most fertile days by testing and viewing the visual changes that take place in saliva throughout the monthly cycle. Just prior to ovulation, women experience an "estrogen surge," and a distinct fern-like pattern becomes visible in saliva due to the hormonal changes. Fertile-Focus provides the highest quality, powerful 50x magnification lens for easily identifying these crystal "ferning" patterns.
Ranked as a top customer favorite for quality, convenience and price, Fertile-Focus offers the best value to the consumer in the ovulation microscope market. It offers accuracy without the mess and monthly expense of urine ovulation tests.
- High quality – 55x magnifying high quality lens.
- Clear, easy-to-read results with 98% accuracy.
- Reusable for unlimited tests, with long-lasting replaceable battery.
- All-natural, safe and hygienic.
- Discreetly packaged in a durable metal lipstick-design case.
- Simple, 5-minute results without messy urine LH testing.
Many are thrilled to use the Fertile Focus Ovulation Microscope to accurately track their fertility in order to prevent conception.This is a great option for some upon learning that birth control pills act not only in contraceptive ways, but also abortively. Thisdiffers from how they originally functioned decades ago. In the 1960s and early ‘70s, the estrogen levels in The Pill were high. Aftermore than a decade of being on the market, however, estrogen levels dropped to 1/3 or less what they originally were, in order to preventserious negative side effects that some women were experiencing. Due to the drop in estrogen, the modern birth control pill cannot trulybe called only a contraceptive.
“…according to multiple references throughout The Physician's Desk Reference , which articulate the research findings of all the birthcontrol pill manufacturers, there are not one but three mechanisms of birth control pills:
1. inhibiting ovulation (the primary mechanism),
2. thickening the cervical mucus, thereby making it more difficult for sperm to travel to the egg, and
3. thinning and shriveling the lining of the uterus to the point that it is unable or less able to facilitate the implantation of the newly fertilized egg.
The first two mechanisms are contraceptive. The third is abortive.”
For more information, research “Does the Birth Control Pill Cause Abortions?”