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Kegg, Cervical Fluid as the 5th Vital Sign  –  Episode 11

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Kegg, Cervical Fluid as the 5th Vital Sign – Episode 11

Kristina Cahojova is the Founder and CEO of Kegg, the world's first 2-in-1 fertility tracking kegel ball. While strengthening the pelvic floor, Kegg also uses sensors to monitor cervical mucus…
May 18, 2020

Kegg, Cervical Fluid as the 5th Vital Sign – Episode 11

Kristina Cahojova is the Founder and CEO of Kegg, the world’s first 2-in-1 fertility tracking kegel ball. While strengthening the pelvic floor, Kegg also uses sensors to monitor cervical mucus and notifies the wearer when they are fertile. We speak about the biology of cervical mucus and why it’s important for fertility and can be used as a measure of a woman’s health. Pre-order kegg now at kegg.tech ! Rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!

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