Technology is becoming an integral part of our lives. Smartphones are our calendars, contact lists, entertainment and information centers. In fact, there are several apps that aid with fertility care and trying to conceive.
Here are a few apps that may help your fertility journey:
The free Infertility Survival Kit is available through iTunes for the users of Apple products. The application includes a “To Do” list that includes fertility testing. Additionally, the app includes a glossary of commonly used infertility terminology. The app goes further and has a calendar to track all of your appointments. Infertility Survival Kit can also remind you of your appointments through text messages.
Available on Apple products, Woman Calendar allows you to track your basal body temperature, period and sexual activity. The data you enter can be shown as graphs so that you can easily track your cycle’s progress. Woman Calendar is $9.99.
This free app is available on phones that use the Android operating system. The app allows for the tracking of your period, basal body temperature and tells you the days you are most fertile.
Available on Apple and Android phones, iCycleBeads provides your most fertile dates based on the length of your cycle. The app is ideal for women who have cycles between 28 and 32 days long. Outside of this range use of the app is not recommended.
OvuView takes into account several fertility indicators including your basal body temperature, cervical mucus and another symptoms such as breast tenderness, sex drive and your energy level. The app is also able to track your weight and provides hints to guide you.
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