BluDiagnostics, a Madison start-up that helps women with fertility problems, has raised $1.2 million of debt funding from 14 investors, according to a filing with federal securities regulators.

The company makes an app, called the BluDiagnostics Fertility Finder, that helps women with fertility problems. It analyzes hormones found in saliva and displays the results.

BluDiagnostics was formed in 2015 by Katie Brenner, a postdoctoral fellow in biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It raised $600,000 of the money in January, when it said it was trying to raise $800,000. That goal has been amended to $1.2 million, according to the recent filing.

The company earned a high profile among Wisconsin’s start-ups in 2015, winning the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest, the Doyenne Group’s 5x5x5 competition and the Pressure Chamber contest organized by the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Read this story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel here.