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  • Wink monitors fertility with a thermometer and app
  • Wink monitors fertility with a thermometer and app
    Kindara (2016) ©

Wink monitors fertility with a thermometer and app

While the birth control pill was a revolution, women are now looking for alternative and more natural methods to manage their fertility. The Wink device, developed by Kindara, allows women to monitor and control their fertility through a simple temperature reading.



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