No, seriously. There is.
I’m currently using My Days, but tried out WomanLog first…
Those are two free apps I’m using on my phone for tracking my…stuff…
You can track periods, sex, fertile days, body temps, ovulation dates, the pill…etc.
It’s really helpful for women who are actively trying to get pregnant, or just get more in touch with their cycles.
Then there are apps for women who are already pregnant
Some other apps for pregnant mamas are:
- pregnancy caledar
- pregnancy tracker
- contraction master (that name cracked me up)
If you have a smartphone browse around in your app store and see what you find!
This is definitely not going to be the only way I track significant events during my pregnancy, but for now, when we’re not even trying yet, it’s a great way to see my patterns and when my body does what.
Works well with the book I mentioned a while back.
Did / do you use apps for tracking fertility or pregnancy? Which do you use? What are your thoughts on these apps?