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Lady-Comp Fertility Monitor - Fahrenheit

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About the Product
  • Easy to Use, 30/Seconds Per Day for Natural Family Planning
  • 99.3% Accurate: Red light = fertile, Green-light = infertile
  • Natural: No drugs, No side-effects, No test sticks, No effect on mothers milk
  • The 'Intelligent' Fertility Monitor for precision ovulation tracking
  • Easy analysis of the cycle with data capture and result print-out

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Product Description

Trying to get pregnant? Can't take the pill? LadyComp is the best tool for supporting Natural Family Planning and the Fertility Awareness Method. Developed and manufactured in Germany, Lady-Comp has enjoyed tremendous confidence among women and their physicians as Europe's most trusted and recommended fertility monitor. A computer programmed with data from 700,000 cycles, the Lady-Comp sensor captures Basal Body Temperature and then analyzes, learns, and predicts the user's cycle with a 99.3% accuracy rate. With consistent compliance, the device indicates infertile days and provides insight into the fertile window of opportunity before, during, and after ovulation, and retains user data for each day of the previous nine months. No other fertility monitor has the capability to so easily and precisely support natural family planning and the Natural Fertility Awareness method. Now available in the U.S. Lady-Comp is shipped INSURED PRIORITY MAIL FOR ALL CUSTOMERS.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 1.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000NOKX4Q
  • Item model number: LCF1001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,741 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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In purchasing this product you agree and understand that Lady-Comp, Baby-Comp and Pearly will not protect against sexually transmitted diseases and that if used in the prescribed method will reduce the risk of pregnancy but in no way guarantees 100% effectiveness. Conclusions regarding the contraceptive reliability of Lady-Comp, Baby-Comp and Pearly are based upon independent clinical studies documented by the manufacturer, VE Valley-Electronics GmbH. As a distributor of the products, RaXMedical accepts no responsibility for claims regarding contraceptive reliability. Product information is not intended to replace professional medical advice.

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Effectiveness: I've been using Lady Comp since September of 2009, and I'm very pleased that I made the leap from birth control pills to this device. It's amazing how much you learn about your body when you combine this machine with fertility education!

Pros: Body is returning to "normal" after hormone imbalance, I am much more aware of what's going on with my cycle (and discovered an imbalance in progesterone because of it), no more stressing if I miss a pill (as the LC keeps me aware of my fertility at all times), long-term savings over the pill if the unit lasts for more than 18 months, relatively easy to assimilate into my lifestyle.

Cons: Have to use condoms during the fertile days (7 for me), and having alcohol or lack of sleep affect the temps. It's also a bit of a leap of faith to trust something so important to a machine, so I would highly suggest utilizing the Companion Info below.

Design Flaw: My first thermometer (measurement needle with cord) started to short out and I got crazy readings during Month 4 of use. I wasn't sure if this was my cycle acting up, so I called Rax Medical for help. They said there is a slight design flaw with the cord and that if the cord gets stretched out too much or too far that it will short. I ordered a new one ($40-something), and everything returned back to normal with readings. They have very helpful customer service. My suggestion for a more convenient unit without this design flaw would be to have the thermometer be a plug-in - similar to a memory stick - that you can unplug to take measurements and then plug back into the device to upload the info.
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I have had my Lady Comp since 1998 and I love it. It's easy to use and it is reliable. I have had more than a few short-term and long-term relationships between then and now, and it has gotten me through all of them with flying colors. I even continue to use it when I know I am in no way going to be sexually active because I really like knowing where I am in my cycle. It helps me predict food cravings, mood swings, and when to buy my "girlie" products.

Different pills made me crazy (literally) so I finally stopped using hormonal birth control a long time ago. This left me with the dilemma of relying on barrier methods (and thus, relying on a partner to properly use said method) for the rest of my life. I started researching alternative methods of birth control and read about the "French" method (aka "rhythm" method). However, I found that having to take my temperature and charting my cycles on a piece of paper seemed too risky. Digital thermometers weren't available when people started documenting the rhythm method, so almost every book about it stressed that the temperature had to be taken vaginally, not orally (bleh!). Additionally, it is recommended to take a basal reading as close to waking up as possible, so I found charting while barely conscious (since I am NOT a morning person) difficult. I really had (have) no interest in getting pregnant, and I wanted something relatively fool proof.

In 1998, the interwebs started becoming more useful for end users like me, and I was able to find a product called the Lady Comp on a web site called (the domain name seems to have since been sold and is now being used by a Canadian drug store-type company).
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I am a guy, and I have been researching natural contraceptive methods for a while now, and was highly disapointed with what I found, until I found out about the lady comp.

The lady comp is 99.3% effective, that's about as good as any birth control. I have heard people say, "My parents used the temp. method and had 4 kids."

Let me tell you folks, this is not the temp. method your parents used, this is the natural temp. contraceptive of the 21st century that has gone through, EXTENSIVE testing.

I have been using this with my gf for about 2 years, and we have not had one pregnancy scare.

The only thing is that you have to use protection during the yellow and red days, or refrain from intercourse, but other than that, the green lights are all good.

On her green days, I don't use condoms, and she has not gotten pregnant, so I have put it to the test.

I do admit, that the up front 500 price tag is a bit steep, but you make payments on it. I know people who spend 500 on their i-phone, something that will be obsolete in a year. This is a lifetime purchase, AND you don't have to worry about your women increasing the risks of cysts and ovarian cancer, there are enough women with cancer out there already. If you don't have much money, get the pearly instead, it's about 200 dollars cheaper, and performs the same function. Also, if and when you decide to have a baby, you can use the device to know when your girl is ovulating and have sex then to increase chances of impregnation.

It's not nice to trick mother nature, and that's what birth control does. It's better to work with the natural cycles of your womans body with out putting her health at risk.
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