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Attain Fertility Launches iPhone App Version of its Popular Fertility Planner(September 12, 2012)
Purchase, NY (PRWEB) September 12, 2012
Attain Fertility® has announced the launch of the mobile phone version of their popular Attain Fertility Planner. The free iPhone-based fertility tracking app is designed to make it even easier for couples to reduce the time it takes to get pregnant on their own. The Attain Fertility Planner, originally released in 2011 as a software program, is the only FDA-approved interactive fertility diagnostic device available to consumers.
It takes most fertile couples, on average, about 6 months to get pregnant. That time can potentially be reduced by 50% when couples use the Attain Fertility Planner and time intercourse to coincide with their fertile phase. The Attain Fertility Planner not only helps to determine optimal days for conception, but it can also help to pinpoint possible fertility issues early on.
As women age, their chances of conceiving naturally diminish, especially for women as they enter their 30s, explained Maureen Gill-Higgins, Director of Clinical Operations at Attain Fertility. The Planner will help couples more quickly identify if theres a potential problem and get checked out. Early intervention is key.
The Attain Fertility Planner measures fertility based on:
- The womans menstrual cycle
- Cervical fluid and body temperature
- Results of ovulation tests, fertility monitors, and pregnancy tests
- Medications and supplements
- Common early pregnancy symptoms (i.e. bloating, fatigue, frequent urination)
- Exercise and physical activity (i.e. aerobics, swimming, walking)
Additionally, the Attain Fertility Planner:
- Provides fertility and ovulation projections
- Suggests when its time to see a fertility specialist based on user data
- Provides printer-friendly calendars and charts that can be shared with an Attain Fertility clinic or healthcare provider
The Attain Fertility Planner App is available for free at the iTunes store and can be used on iPhones and iPads. Once users are registered, they can access their calendars through the downloadable app or online at http://AttainFertilityPlanner.com.
We understand how busy life is with hectic work and travel schedules. Our iPhone version of the Attain Fertility Planner will make it even more convenient to stay the course with fertility tracking, said Doug Weiss, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Attain Fertility. In the first half of the year, there were over 10,000 visits to our online version of the planner and we anticipate that this smart phone app will reach an even larger audience.
Attain Fertility recommends that both women and men consult with their doctor when they begin family planning to make sure that they are at optimal health as they begin trying to conceive.
About IntegraMed America, Inc.
IntegraMed is a leader in developing, marketing and managing specialty outpatient healthcare facilities, with a current focus on the fertility and vein care markets. IntegraMed supports its provider networks with clinical and business information systems, marketing and sales, facilities and operations management, finance and accounting, human resources, legal, risk management, quality assurance, and fertility treatment financing programs.
Attain Fertility® Centers, an IntegraMed Specialty, offers the nations largest fertility center network, with 34 centers, comprising 135 locations across 33 states and the District of Columbia. Nearly one of every four IVF procedures in the U.S. is performed in an Attain Fertility Centers network practice.
Vein Clinics of America, an IntegraMed Specialty, is the leading provider of specialty vein care services in the U.S. The IntegraMed Vein Clinic network operates 50 centers across 15 states, principally in the Midwest and Southeast.
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