Oova's platform is designed to merge both objective hormone measurements with subjective symptoms you may be experiencing. All of this information is fed into Oova’s algorithm and then pulls out recommendations for daily action plans as well as supplements you can take to help alleviate your symptoms to take control of your fertility journey.
But how did Oova’s algorithm get trained and where did these recommendations come from? Keep reading for a look under the covers of the science behind Oova’s recommendations.
At Oova, we believe that fertility needs to be looked at holistically. For this reason, we have constructed daily action plans that consist of a single item in nutritional health, physical health, and emotional wellness.
Daily action plans are provided every day, regardless of whether an Oova test is scanned or not.
The Oova team worked closely with clinicians to curate the daily recommendations you see in your app.
The clinical team consisted of reproductive endocrinologists, general endocrinologists, obstetricians/gynecologists, naturopathic doctors, general practitioners, life coaches, physical therapists, and clinical psychologists. We scoured the literature and hand curated each action plan to be tailored towards the information provided by you in our app.
Here are some of the sources we used to compile these action plans: