women's 2-in-1 fertility tracker & kegel trainer
Health and Fitness
kegg is the first 2-in-1 wearable to help women conceive naturally, faster. The device doubles as a kegel trainer to help strengthen the pelvic floor while it analyzes her cervical mucus, the only metric to determine cyclical conception.
3 months ago
Startup Battlefield Competition - Kegg | Disrupt SF 2018
Kegg is a consumer health company helping women conceive naturally faster, and at the same time access affordable fertility guidance. We took advantage of existing medical technology and made it accessible outside of hospitals. Apart from fertility, this will (finally) provide women with access to natural birth control.
WoW Woman in Fem Tech | Kristina Cahojova, founder and CEO at kegg - WOMEN OF WEARABLES
Our pre-seed round, our participation at TechCrunch Disrupt in 2018 , and receiving the TrendForward award at CES 2019 have been rewarding milestones for us. Nevertheless, what I value the most are the positive reactions we get from women in our Beta program. What are the challenges of being an entrepreneur in the niche you are in?
Kegg tracks your fertility by measuring vaginal mucus with a kegel ball
The fertility market is projected to be worth more than $30 billion by 2025, and today on the Disrupt Startup Battlefield stage, a new device called the Kegg, a Bluetooth-connected silicone kegel ball that monitors mucus to help determine a woman's fertility by being inserted for no more than...
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Hey Hunters! Kristina here, Founder and CEO of kegg. Very excited to be able to share our wearable with you all. Today we have drones, autonomous cars, and yet, women are still being told to access their fertile window and cyclical insight by using their...fingers. There are no fertility monitors in the market that were accurate and convenient, so I built one and put it in a vibrating kegel device to help women strengthen their pelvic floor too. This process takes approx. 2 minutes and can be used at home, on an as-need basis. kegg is the first medical consumer device to sense changes in a woman's cervical fluid to detect her full fertile window up to 7 days in advance. Our beta testers find that kegg allows them and their male partners to plan ahead and maximize their chances of conception without the added stress. We just launched on Indiegogo yesterday and would love your help in bringing our product to life! Check out our campaign and please help spread the word:
Let me know if you have any questions, I'm happy to help :)
3 months ago
I've been observing from the sidelines how hard this team has been working to get the product up to this point. Super impressed with the love and care they've put into getting this campaign live. I'm very excited to be the one to hunt this product and share it with everyone here!
3 months ago