Women’s Health Wednesday: Five Cool Apps To Help Track Ovulation And Menstrual Cycles

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Keeping up with your menstruation and ovulation timing can be pretty hard especially if you’re on a busy schedule.

Thank heavens for the advancement of technology, app developers have now created a means for every woman to manage her best/worst days with these easy-to-use handy apps.

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Here are five great convenient applications to help every woman keep her menstrual cycle and ovulation in check.

KINDARA:

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Kindara keeps track of a woman’s oral temperature when she wakes up in the morning and informs her of when she’s ovulating. It also uses the cervical fluid to weigh consistency (sticky, creamy, eggwhite, watery) and tells the woman when her body is gearing up to ovulate. It notes her menstrual cycle from the first day of her period, and level of flow to remind her when her next period is due.

OVIA:

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Ovia incorporates multiple fertility and key health indicators, like eating and sleeping habits, to predict Ovulation. It also claims it can get users pregnant up to 3 times faster than the national average. Just ask its Harvard-educated CEO, who developed the app’s proprietary algorithms to help him and his wife conceive.

CLUE:

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Glance at your phone to know when your next period or PMS is coming. Clue uses an algorithm to calculate and predict your own unique cycle. The more you use Clue, the more accurate it gets. Clue includes educational material about the menstrual cycle, answering questions like: Is my cycle normal? When can I get pregnant? What is PMS?

PERIOD TRACKER

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The app takes the guess work out of when to expect a visit from your monthly friend and makes it easier to figure out when you are most fertile using simple data entry and charting.

NATURAL CYCLES

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By employing bio-statistical algorithm, Natural Cycles uses a woman’s unique temperature readings to determine when she has ovulated and when she is likely to ovulate in her next cycle, pinpointing when she can and can’t get pregnant, with 99.9% accuracy.

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Source, MedicalDaily, Clue, FitPregnancy

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