Luce (in Beta) is a fertility companion that leverages the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and high-quality anonymized data from women and clinics all over the world to provide you with personalized, data-driven insights, so you can make informed decisions about your fertility journey. You can currently access Luce via a web or mobile browser; an iOS app is coming soon.
When you join Luce, you can develop your profile by uploading medical files, treatment history, appointment information, and treatment invoices. The personally identifiable data you share with Luce will be fully encrypted and stored in the cloud; you can delete this data any time you want.
Your data is used to create your unique fertility profile, which is first anonymized then matched with similar profiles from women like you. Your personalized insights are informed by the similarities between your fertility journeys.We will never share or sell your personally identifiable data. Profiles with verified data are 100% anonymized, then added to the Cercle™ Biomedical Graph to help improve and build upon the collective knowledge of Luce.
The Cercle™ Biomedical Graph is a rapidly growing, one-of-its-kind knowledge graph with billions of data points that can organize, connect, and analyze unprecedented amounts of biomedical data. The Cercle™ Biomedical Graph is powered by secure self-learning AI, and it is full of high-quality, highly diverse data. You can learn more about Cercle, the technology platform Luce is built on, here.
Luce can share insights on the choices women like you have made — and faced — in their fertility journeys. Billions of data points are brought together to provide you with the most personalized data, helping empower you to make more informed decisions about your own fertility journey. These range from the kinds of treatments they’ve chosen to common medical histories.
There are two Luce subscription tiers: a free basic subscription and the paid Luce Unlimited subscription. A basic Luce subscription allows you to see a limited set of insights and use our journal function to keep track of your fertility journey. The Luce Unlimited subscription, which costs $79.99 USD per year, provides you with the full suite of personalized information to support and empower your journey, including unprecedented data insights and record digitization. Luce subscriptions are not covered by insurance.
You cannot speak to a doctor or medical professional through Luce, and Luce is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Luce analyzes your fertility data and compares it to reliable, accurate medical data from women and clinics around the world, so you can make informed decisions for your fertility journey in consultation with your doctor
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You can access your insights by logging into your account and clicking the ‘My Insights’ tab at the top of your screen. The more complete your profile is, the better you will be matched with profiles of women similar to you.
You can subscribe to Luce by creating an account here. If you’d like to change your subscription, or if you’d like to end your subscription, you can do so by signing into your Luce account.Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns about your subscription—we’d love to help.
You can upload your medical records by accessing the ‘My Journey’ section of your account. At the bottom of the ‘My Journey’ page, you’ll see icons for attachment options like medical file, invoice, and treatment. The medical records you share with Luce will be fully encrypted and stored in the cloud; you can delete this data at any time. Cercle™ retains anonymized data.
You can find billing information in your account settings when you sign in to Luce. When you subscribe to Luce, your billing receipts will also be delivered to your email.
Fertility treatment is a blanket term for any treatment, procedure, or medication intended to increase the likelihood of successfully conceiving a child
It depends. Fertility treatment is not classified as medically necessary by nearly all Medicaid/Medicare plans and most private insurance companies in the United States, which means they will not cover the cost of treatment. However, coverage varies depending on state and insurance type. You should check directly with your insurance provider for fertility benefits and coverage.
Women (and other people with female reproductive organs) are most fertile during ovulation, the period of time when an egg is released from the ovary. Ovulation occurs 14 days before menstruation begins.
It depends on the kind of fertility treatment you choose. In the United States, the base fee for a full round of IVF, one kind of fertility treatment, can range from $12,000 to $25,000. When you create a Luce account, you can see more detailed estimates for the kind of fertility treatments you are considering.
Luce provides insights on a number of fertility treatments, including IVF, IUI, egg freezing, embryo transfers, egg retrieval, and more. Sign up for Luce to try for yourself and get personalized insights today.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is an assisted reproductive technology (ART) that can help infertile couples conceive. IVF consists of a variety of different procedures that ultimately aim to fertilize an egg with sperm outside of the human body. IVF is largely considered the most effective ART available, but your specific chances of success depend on a number of factors. With a Luce subscription, you can gain clarity and context on whether IVF is the right choice for you based on insights gleaned from hundreds of thousands of fertility cycles from women like you.
IVF and IUI are different treatments with different procedures, timelines, levels of invasiveness, and cost. IUI works by fertilizing an egg within a woman’s body, whereas fertilization during an IVF round occurs outside of a woman’s body. During IUI, a sperm sample is washed and concentrated to produce high-quality sperm, which is then placed directly into the uterus.
Egg freezing, also known as oocyte cryopreservation, is a process by which a woman’s eggs are collected, frozen, and stored for later use during IVF treatment. The process of freezing your eggs begins with taking medication to stimulate your ovaries into producing multiple eggs, which is followed by a medical procedure to retrieve the eggs from your ovaries. Once the eggs are retrieved, they are frozen in a tank containing liquid nitrogen at a temperature of -196 degrees Celsius and can be stored indefinitely.It’s important to note that the process of freezing eggs is not without risks and that it can be costly. It’s important to talk to a fertility specialist before making any treatment decision.
The best time to freeze your eggs is in your 20s and early 30s. Studies have shown that women who freeze their eggs before the age of 35 have a higher chance of successfully becoming pregnant via those eggs than women who freeze their eggs after 35. However, it all depends on your specific medical history and fertility plans. When you subscribe to Luce, you’ll get personalized insights on egg freezing so you have clarity and context on your best path forward. It’s important to note that this is general information. It's always recommended to consult with a fertility specialist who can help you determine the best course of action based on your individual situation.