The healthcare firm said the products, which allow women to self-test their fertility levels, would be launched through its new eCommerce platform to service initial demand.
The myLotus products would also be available to women who are planning to start a family or who had previously struggled to naturally conceive.
The product range is expected to launch in the UK in the next few months.
Matthew Walls, chairman of Concepta, said the firm was “delighted” to receive the CE certification and would advise on the timing of the UK product launch “very shortly”.
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