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Lynae Brayboy, MD, FACOG

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Chief Medical Officer at Clue

Lynae Brayboy, MD is the Chief Medical Officer at Clue. She is an obstetrician-gynecologist and a reproductive endocrinologist/infertility specialist who does basic science research on poor oocyte quality, mitochondria in the oocyte and oocyte toxicology. Her clinical research focused on developing smartphone applications to teach adolescent girls about reproductive health.


5 things to know about your sex drive

It is typical to be curious about how much sex other people are having and what constitutes “normal” or “abnormal.”...

How to Use Clue

Clue Period Tracking explained

Clue Period Tracking mode in Clue Plus includes everything you’ve come to love about period predictions and experience tracking with...

Trying to Conceive

Parenthood on ice

So if you asked anyone who knew me before 30 – especially anyone I was dating – they’d tell you...

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Menstrual Cycle

What is an “irregular” menstrual cycle?

Your menstrual cycle is an indicator of your body’s overall functioning.

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Hormonal Birth Control

When to stop taking hormonal birth control if you want to get pregnant

Here’s how long it takes to conceive, depending on what kind of birth control you were using.

Trying to Conceive

Your ultimate guide to IVF

This article will explain one of the more widely known types of assisted reproductive technologies (ART); how it works, why...

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Trying to Conceive

Ask a fertility nurse

From old wives’ tales to TikToks about eating pineapple cores, let’s get into it.

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Trying to Conceive

What's actually worth buying when trying to conceive

When it comes down to it, there are only a few things that could be helpful when you’re ready to...

Menstrual Cycle

Cycle tracking puts you in charge

Clue’s Chief Medical Officer, Lynae Brayboy, shares six ways tracking with Clue can really help you–and others.

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What to expect after a miscarriage

Miscarriage is a common pregnancy outcome, but that doesn’t make it any easier to experience. This article will help you...

Issues & Conditions

Part 1: I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 28

“Oh, shit!” Kelsey’s response to being diagnosed with breast cancer at 28 years old was totally relatable.

Issues & Conditions

Part 2: I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 28

I didn’t want to be seen by everyone as a cancer patient.

Trying to Conceive

When getting pregnant doesn't go to plan

I could already feel my precious timeline slipping away and anxiety creeping into its place.

About Clue

Introducing Clue’s Medical Advisory Board

Clue brings science and evidence-based insights to millions of people around the world with the help of a diverse group...

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Abortion is healthcare

Access to safe, timely abortions is essential to the health of anyone who can become pregnant. Restrictive laws don’t stop...

Birth Control

What is contraceptive access?

Access to birth control should be convenient, affordable, and personalized. Because this isn’t the case for everyone, it’s important to...

Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum

What to expect after stillbirth

Pregnancy loss at any stage can be difficult to experience. Most people experience grief, but some people have other reactions....

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About Clue

Bringing awareness to infertility: how tracking your period can help

In recognition of #NIAW2021, and the people with periods and their partners who experience infertility, we hosted a webinar with...