Maybe Baby is a mini-microscope that shows the link between oestrogen and the salt levels in your saliva. As ovulation approaches, your oestrogen levels increase and this increases the salinity (salt levels) of your saliva.
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Ovulation Saliva Microscope – Maybe Baby
Maybe Baby Ovulation Saliva Tester is a mini-microscope that shows the link between oestrogen and the salt levels in your saliva. As ovulation approaches, your oestrogen levels increase and this increases the salinity (salt levels) of your saliva.
When dried saliva is viewed under a microscope, the crystallised patterns that are formed by increased salt levels are different from the patterns which form when salt (and oestrogen) levels are low.
The Maybe Baby mini-microscope has a 52x power magnification lens. By monitoring your saliva every day and comparing the image of your dried saliva in the viewfinder with the images provided in this guide, you can then determine your most fertile days.
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