Glow, the app, is a better way to get pregnant by asking women to track their reproductive health. Glow’s data scientists crunch the data to better inform women of their fertility window. Glow’s personalized recommendations and statistics are based on users’ (and the anonymized crowd’s) data; the more data shared, the more helpful Glow becomes.
Glow First - an optional not- for-profit program to fund elective treatments. Glow First participants will contribute $50/month, for 10 months - the average amount of time it takes a woman to conceive. To offset the high cost of fertility treatments, the contribution pool is equally divided amongst participants who did not conceive after 10 months.
Glow takes nothing from the Glow First pool. Payment distribution is made directly to the fertility clinic of the user’s choice to pay for fertility treatments (cash is never exchanged).