Yes, that’s true. There is an app, actually lots and lots of apps to help you prepare for pregnancy. I am an Android user so these are apps that are available for Androids but I’m sure most of them probably have an Apple counterpart.
The first app is one that I am currently using and have been using for several months. I really like the features of this app and how easy it is to use.
This free app allows you to track your cycle as well as any symptoms you might be experiencing such as cramping, moodiness, muscle aches, insomnia and so many more. You can also add notes if you want to document something that happened on a particular day. You can also chart when you are intimate and whether or not you used a condom.
The next app is OvuView.
This app tracks and predicts your period, ovulation, and fertility using sophisticated symptom thermal methods. This app can be used as an advanced birth control method or as a simple menstrual calendar and can help you to:
• maximize your chances of conceiving a baby/getting pregnant
• avoid pregnancy using natural methods (contraception),
• plan your next holiday with future menstruation and ovulation dates predicted,
• track weight, headache, appetite, PMS and other symptoms,
• replace sympto-thermal paper charts with a more convenient way of charting.
This app is available in a free version as well as a paid version.
The next app is Woman Log and it is also available in a free and paid version.
This app allows you to chart your menstrual cycles and symptoms. It also offers a 3 month view. By turning your screen horizontally you can view three months at a time.
Love Cycles is another free app which allows you to track your menstrual cycles and increase the accuracy of contraception and conception.
This app lets you log love, weight, and temperature and you can also set reminders to your phone’s calender to remind you of fertile times or when to be expecting your period.
Surebaby is an app that helps you find out exactly when you ovulate.
According to this app’s description it allows you to track your ovulation now and in months to come, find out when your baby would be due if you were to become pregnant, and use your fertile days to your advantage.
Have you used any apps to help track ovulation and get pregnant? If so I’d love to hear your reviews on the ones you have used.