Lady-Comp & Baby-Comp Clinical Studies

Very early on BabyComp and later LadyComp were submitted for clinical tests. The results were always used to enhance and further develop the devices. In addition, our statements for the Pearl-Index are not based on our own studies but are the result of many clinical studies.

Summary of published studies:

1. a) Test on preciseness of the temperature readings
Result: Temperature reading highly precise p2 0,01.
b) Test on prevention compared with clinical testing
Result: no unwanted pregnancies during green days
c) Test about planning
Result: 2 out of 5 conceived during the test
Rhodes Island 1988, Prof. Freundl, Frank-Herrmann, Toncaboni

2. Test fertile women. Compared with clinical testing.
Definition: 6 Days are fertile
Result: LadyComp found temperature shift in each cycle.
Number of fertile days 11.1 +/- 3.
Length of cycles 25 –35. No pregnancy on green days
Barcelona Congress 1992, Prof. Freundl,Bauer,Bremme,Doering, Herrmann

3. Clinical test and research on Hormone and temperature shifts.
Result: They do correlate and Baby Comp can improve reliability, acceptability and application of BBT in fertility investigation.
Amsterdam 1992, Prof. Martinez, V.Hooff, Schoute, V.D.Meer

4. Test on women sterile for 3-8 Years. BabyComp compared with clinical testing
Result: 100% match on luteal deficiency, anovulatory cycles and pregnancies.
Clinical testing found 86% of the ovulation`s, Baby Comp 80%
Sassari 1997, Prof. S.Dessole, Fadda, Rosas, Scapinelli, Inaudi, Ambrosini

5. Retrospective Studies

6. Baby-Comp Sassari Study

7. 2016 Poland Survey