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Everly Health company Natalist is on a mission to improve your reproductive health journey

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Reproductive health care with science and sustainability in mind

Natalist, Everlywell’s sister company, was founded in 2019 and acquired by Everly Health in 2021. Natalist offers products and services to support fertility, pregnancy, and postpartum care. Led by a team of moms and doctors focused on reducing the shame, misinformation, and outdated product offerings surrounding reproductive health care, Natalist offerings are thoughtfully designed with science, sustainability, and beauty in mind.

Evidence-based products with a personalized touch

Virtual care

Natalist is proud to offer a telehealth consultation with a licensed healthcare provider that provides flexible, personalized care and prescription medications for those that qualify.* The Ovulation Support Care Plan is a program designed to help you achieve regular ovulation and help you on your path to pregnancy.


Natalist offers supplements to support pregnancy, postpartum, and fertility for men and women. Some popular products include the TTC Gummy Bundle, Prenatal Daily Packets, and Postnatal Vitamin.


Bestselling and accurate at-home tests provide insight into vital reproductive hormones. Natalist offers ovulation predictor kits, pregnancy tests, and a Women’s Fertility Test powered by Everlywell.


Self-care is a vital part of the fertility and pregnancy journey that is often overlooked. Self-care products include Nausea Relief Tea, Cooling Cream for swelling relief, Nip & Lip Balm for breastfeeding moms, and tasty drink mixes to support hydration, energy, and relaxation.

Natalist Offers Virtual fertility support tailored to your needs

Online Virtual Fertility Support with Natalist

Ovulation Support Care Plan

Do you know if you’re ovulating? Irregular or abnormal ovulation accounts for about 25% of infertility diagnoses [1]. Having irregular periods, no periods, or abnormal bleeding may indicate you aren't ovulating, a condition known clinically as anovulation. Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is the most common cause of this condition, accounting for about 70% of patients. PCOS affects about 1 in 10 women of reproductive age [1].

Knowing so many struggle to conceive because of irregular ovulation, Natalist created a telehealth program that provides virtual, one-on-one access to a healthcare provider who can review your health history and goals to prescribe a personalized treatment plan, which may include lifestyle changes, ovulation tracking, test recommendations, prescription of ovulation induction medication* (like clomiphene citrate), and next steps tailored to your needs. After all, no one’s cycle is the same, so treatment shouldn’t be either.

What is ovulation induction?

Ovulation induction medications like clomiphene citrate are prescription drugs used to stimulate the ovaries and produce one or more mature eggs. Medications such as clomiphene citrate are oral tablets taken once a day for about five days. Paired with unprotected heterosexual sex, ovulation induction medications may increase your chances of getting pregnant.

What’s included in the Ovulation Support Care Plan?

With your first purchase, you will get:

  • One guaranteed (and up to two, depending on eligibility) video consultation with a licensed healthcare provider.
  • Testing pack: Natalist Early Pregnancy Test Strips (15 ct.) and Ovulation Test Kit (30 ct.)
  • Personalized care plan, which may include lifestyle changes, ovulation tracking, prescriptions,* test recommendations, or next steps tailored just for you.

If prescribed medication, you will be eligible for additional virtual consults. The medication can be refilled no more than five times, and all refills will require a consultation with your treating clinician on a monthly basis at an additional $99/consult.

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Who is eligible?

The Ovulation Support Care Plan is for those assigned female at birth who are trying to conceive (TTC) and meet the following criteria:

  • 18-39 years old
  • Not currently pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Have symptoms of ovulatory dysfunction (i.e. not ovulating, irregular periods)
  • Do not have any medical conditions for which ovulation induction medications would not be most appropriate (see exclusionary criteria here)

The benefits of virtual fertility care and ovulation induction medications

The goal of Natalist’s Ovulation Support Care Plan is to help women take control of their fertility journeys through better access, convenience, affordability, and education. The program provides virtual one-on-one access to a healthcare provider, quick scheduling, and convenient support at a time that fits your schedule. Furthermore, ovulation induction medications are typically much more affordable, less invasive, less time consuming, and less stressful than a procedure such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination (IUI). If you’re TTC, have irregular cycles, and are uncertain if you’re ovulating, ovulation induction may be right for you.

The path to parenthood

The world of reproductive health can be hard to navigate, which is why we’re thrilled to offer accessible products, treatment options, and educational resources that you can trust. Together, Natalist and Everlywell are committed to supporting you on your path to parenthood with tests, telehealth, supplements, and self-care products.

*The Natalist Ovulation Support Care Plan is not covered by insurance nor is it reimbursable by insurance. The cost of any medication or test (other than the included Pregnancy Tests and Ovulation Tests) is not included in the Ovulation Support Care Plan price and will be an additional out-of-pocket cost. Some of these additional costs may be covered by insurance. Available for select conditions. Natalist does not provide professional medical advice. Rather, the Natalist platform can be used to connect with an independent healthcare provider who can assess your condition. All prescription medications require a consultation with an independent healthcare provider. Prescriptions can be filled by a pharmacy of your choice. Additional terms and conditions apply. Visit natalist.com for more details.


  • Carson SA, Kallen AN. Diagnosis and Management of Infertility: A Review. JAMA. 2021;326(1):65-76. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.4788
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