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Old 11-26-2011, 08:22 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Just wondering if anyone uses any apps for their smartphones to help track fertility... I was looking to just track my period & noticed many also track ovulation. Now, it seems that many just use the start date of your period, so I don't think most would be entirely trustworthy, but I figured they might help.

 

I just downloaded iPeriod which seems like the kind that is not entirely accurate but it does allow for tracking cervical fluid, basal temp, etc. I'm not sure how readable the data is yet.

 

We'll see how it goes, I'm hoping that having an easily accessible way to track will motivate me to do a better, more consistent job tracking. 


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Tracking CM and temp can help, but I would be wary of relying on its interpretations.  If you are CTA, you'll want to make sure that your signs fit into the rules for determining fertility status.

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fertility friend has an app I believe, but I just use the mobile site.


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There is an iPhone app called My Fertile Food. Helps you track the foods you eat for fertility and also has a organizer for your cycles and treatment called My Hopeful Journey.

 

http://myfertilefood.com

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I use OvuView which is set up as a both a CTA and a TTC app. I trust it completely, YMMV,


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I second the ovu-view!


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I've been using P tracker for like two years now and I love it. I just use it to keep track of my period, but you can record temps on it. It's free.


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