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A FREE Fertility Tool for Every Couple

Your first step towards parenthood!

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to wait or not to wait

To wait or not to wait for fertility treatments?

Trying for a baby can be frustrating. But if you have a 50% or more chance of a natural pregnancy, trying for another six months can help you avoid the costs and risks of fertility treatments, with this in mind we developed a self-assessment fertility tool to help you make decisions

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why did we build this tool

Why did we build this tool?

Did you know that one in every five couples in India may have difficulty conceiving?

Our tool is designed to give you an indication, if there are any factors or medical conditions that might be affecting your chance of pregnancy and whether you should consider seeking the medical advice of a fertility specialist for further assessments.

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why choose the fertility assessment tool

Why choose the digital fertility self-assessment tool?

If you are planning to have children now or in the future you need to start taking care of your body right now. Digital fertility assessment tool is one tool for both men and women, who are planning to have a baby that will help you understand your fertility and suggest what you can do to improve your health for your future successful pregnancy.

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How to use this fertility tool?

That is completely up to you. The digital fertility self-assessment tool is not an absolute predictor of your fertility but you can use it as a baseline fertility assessment. Consider it as an authentic advice around your “mysterious” fertility which can help you make informed decisions.


Assessments start with some basic information followed by a series of questions related to your lifestyle, general and reproductive health.


Each question has an impact on the final fertility score as the tool is designed to display your fertility health accurately. When taking the fertility quiz, don't skip any questions and try to answer all questions as per your best knowledge.


Even If you are not trying to get pregnant, choose your age group and consider yourself trying for under 6 months in the 'How long trying to conceive' question.


At the end of the fertility quiz, you will be able to get your fertility score, suggestions and recommendations for the next steps to increase your chances for conception

how to interpret result

How to interpret results?

Once you answer all the questions, on the result page you will be able to see your probability of getting pregnant within the next six months. It will also give you personalised recommendations and suggestions on how to improve your fertility.

You can take the quiz along with your partner to have a better understanding of your chances of conception.

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how to improve chance of pregnancy

How can I improve my chance of a pregnancy using a fertility assessment tool?

Completing your fertility assessment will help you understand the things you need to focus to achieve a successful pregnancy quickly, be it lifestyle changes, or talking to a fertility expert for little guidance or going for fertility treatments like IUI or IVF.

However, various factors can affect male and female fertility and, therefore, your chances of having a baby. Below are some of the things to focus while trying for Pregnancy

get your timing right

Get your timing right

Your window of opportunity to fall pregnant each month is small. Pregnancy is only possible if you have sex during the 3-5 days leading up to ovulation or on the day of ovulation.

be healthy

Be as healthy as possible

Lifestyle impacts the fertility for both men and women, and hence you should try to:

  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Eat a nutritious diet and cut down on processed food.
  • Do moderate exercise regularly
  • Take a folic acid, iron and iodine supplements (women only, for at least three months before planning to conceive)
  • Avoid contact with toxic chemicals in the work and home environments
  • Quit smoking and avoid alcohol as much as possible
  • Visit a doctor in case of suspected infection or venereal disease.