As a woman in the Netherlands, if you want to find out what the state of your fertility is, you first need to have tried to conceive for at least a year. This will finally change thanks to the Grip Fertility self-test, according to CEO and founder Anne Marie Droste. “Of course, we cannot guarantee that you will become pregnant. However, we can use it to detect the most common causes of fertility problems and to draw up a risk profile.”

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Author profile picture Erzsó Alföldy is a versatile and experienced journalist with a background in science and culture. Writes about sustainability, the energy transition and equal opportunities for women in the labour market. Follows closely the developments in her native Hungary. For Innovation Origins she is currently producing a series of articles on female entrepreneurship and the funding gap'.