Ava utilizes temperature and other physiological parameters to determine whether the cycle’s physiological parameters conform to the literature reported biphasic patterns (Shilaih et al. 2016, 2017).
It is therefore possible, that the shift can’t be seen in parameters such as temperature but it was recognized in other parameters related to progesterone.
Ava recognizes when your physiological parameters conform to typical patterns of ovulatory menstrual cycles, but it does not confirm the exact day of ovulation.
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