Fertility potential is not constant during the period of genital activity (between puberty and the menopause). In women, physiologically, i.e., without any pathology, fertility and the chances of pregnancy start to decrease from the age of 35, with a very significant negative impact after the age of 40. As age increases, fertility decreases…

How do I know my fertility potential?

The assessment of fertility potential should be done in three directions:

LUNA helps you:

The Fertility Pathway allows you to access your fertility potential according to your age for information purposes, and to track your fertility period according to your menstrual cycle. You can also record your temperature readings within LUNA.

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If I don’t want to have a child right away, what can I do?

For various societal reasons, women are increasingly delaying their pregnancy plans. In addition to the assessment of fertility potential, women are now offered the possibility of preserving their fertility. The most frequently used technique is oocyte vitrification (ovarian stimulation, collection of oocytes by puncture during a vaginal ultrasound and oocyte freezing).

This fertility preservation may also be of interest in certain pathologies, particularly for women suffering from endometriosis with ovarian involvement (endometriomas or endometriotic ovarian cysts).


Knowing one’s fertility potential is important for a woman so that a baby project, in a few months or years, depending on her desire, is not compromised. It is also important to be informed about the possible alternatives in case of difficulty in achieving a pregnancy.

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Written and scientifically validated by Dr Charles CHAPRON

Head of the Gynecology and Obstetrics II and Reproductive Medicine Department at the Cochin Hospital in Paris.