Clearblue Connects Peak Fertility Data To Smartphone App
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet
P&G's connected Clearblue tracks a user’s personal hormone profile and sends data to a smartphone, typically alerting on the four or more best days to get pregnant, providing a window into fertility two days longer than other ovulation testing brands, the firm says.
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