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 two minutes every day, is launching … Continue reading Kegg tracks your fertility by measuring vaginal mucus with a kegel ball