After struggling with infertility, LDS mom Lizzie McGee became the first woman to become pregnant using a "fertility Fitbit."
Lizzie McGee tried for four years to get pregnant with her firstborn. One miscarriage and countless infertility treatments later, her son entered the world.
When she began trying for her second, she knew she was in for another long road.
That changed, however, when she found a new ovulation tracking device called the Ava bracelet, affectionately nicknamed the “fertility Fitbit.” The wearable device tracks sleep and stress levels, heart rate and other physiological factors that can record a woman’s cycle and pinpoint her fertility window.