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Clue seems to support syncing with Google calendar. I would have thought most would since it seems like a pretty natural feature.
I love the Android app Clue. It's a period tracker but without the usual annoying-to-me UI (pink, frills and flowers, etc). It also sends summaries and useful articles every now and then. I highly recommend it. I believe there's an iOS version as well.
Clue (GP) for a period tracker. Seriously the most in-depth period tracker if I've ever seen one... and I tried out so many before it.
And, best of all, it's not a nauseating pink color nor does it have a flowery/cutesy theme!
Clue might be worth a try? (Link to Android version of the app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clue.android)
You can track your period, moods, sex drive, energy, food cravings, and add notes for things too, and this is on the free version.
I've had flakey periods for about 2 years and after a few months of track when I've had my period, how long for, how heavy etc, it eventually learned my cycle and could predict when I'd next be on, and its been fairly accurate with the lead up to my periods too.
Also good luck!
It was over time (probably the last 5 years or so), not a sudden change. I really started figuring it out when I started tracking my period in an app (I use Clue fwiw). It's kind of weird, though, the symptoms are almost always worse during the months where they start earlier, not sure why.
Get the clue app! It'll help you gather data about your period and eventually it'll be able to more or less give you heads up. You can set-up notifications that will let you know when you're approximately ovulating and the like. Highly recommend!
I don't have a suggestion so much as an example.
I use the app Clue to track my periods. But it's more than just a calendar. With it, I can track my moods, whether I've taken birth control, what type of birth control I took that day, my sexual activity, what I'm craving, how much I weigh, how heavy my period is, what my digestion has been like, if I've broken out, how much energy I have, how much sleep I've gotten and on and on and on.
It's a very extensive app, meant to help women understand their own bodies better, to help them better prepare for their hormonal cycles, and to know when something is wrong/abnormal for them. It gives you more power to be able to talk about something with your doctor, because you have a long-term 'study' of yourself.
I think something like that for skin conditions like Psoriasis would be insanely useful. It could track where plaques are, how long they've been there, if they're clearing, your emotions, your diet, reminders for your medications/treatments, if you've exercised and so on.
A couple other things that make Clue great is that it's stylized but not kitschy, and it's discrete. No one would guess what my 'Clue' app was about if I didn't tell them, and it can be password protected if I choose for it to be. People might really like the same for apps for their skin conditions. At the same time, I believe there are Clue-run communities, if people want to talk about what's going on with them at the moment/don't mind being part of a discussion.
Another thing is that Clue takes all of that data that people input and uses it as research. I believe you can opt out of it if you're uncomfortable with that, but it's all anonymous. I think that could be very valuable for so many skin conditions, which seem so wildly underfunded/under-researched and are difficult to track in, say, a hand-written diary.
Clue Period Tracker for Android / iOS
(No, I don't work for Clue, just a satisfied customer)
There's an app called Clue which I use. It's great for tracking cycles, even if they're a little varied like mine is. It also tracks a ton of other things if you're interested in that.
You can get it for android as well as iphone
Basically let her know it's normal and that you're there for any questions or problems she has during. (You know since we're all more sensitive and emotional during these times.)
As for cramps they have medicines for it like Pamprin and midol, but tylenol or ibuprofen will work just as well (Pamprin and midol are usually more expensive than Ibuprofen). Also I recommend a heating pad and hot bath for cramps. It'll help relax the muscles and other stuff.
Pads and panty liners will probably be more comfortable to use (and less awkward to explain).
If she goes to school get her a little pouch and put some pads and medicine and maybe some little wipes to help clean off when she changes. That way when she's out she has a discreet place to keep her private things but can also easily find all of it.
Teach her to mark off days so she will know when she will start again. They have calenders or apps if she would have an easier time with that. (the app I use is this one it helps track your symptoms takes notes on how you're body works from the information you give it and helps track when you start and possibly stop. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clue.android)
The clue app is also awesome, it has a really clean UI and tons of options for tracking different things. I've been using it for the past 2 years. Google Play Link.
I'd recommend "Clue", looks nice, comes with password protection and is easy to use.
For iPhone or Android.
I used to use Clue until I got lazy to record it separately, so then I just use Cara Care.
It depends on what you need to record, so you might want to read about its features.
Hope it's helpful!
Your PMS is definitely NOT a laughing matter, sissy! GRABEHAN! My jaw dropped while reading your signs.
My period tracker is Clue, downloaded it para hindi ako nanghuhula kasi madalas nalilimutan ko yung start ng period ko eh. Hahaha.
Usually gano katagal yung period mo?
About the rarely able to predict comment, there's an app called Clue that's a period tracker that will help you with pretty much anything you'd want to keep track of regarding the whole menstrual cycle, not just periods. I've came across quite a few reviews saying pretty much nothing but good stuff about it, the only negative parts I remember were about the UI and most of the websites that had reviews updated them saying stuff got fixed with app updates. I've been trying to convince my GF to at least try it out for a long time, she does the same thing except the long, difficult way by keeping notes in a calendar app. I'm not sure if it's available for iOS or not.
There are several. The one i'm using currently is called "Clue" and it does have a reminder feature. It takes one or two cycles to train it to your actual behavior versus statistical averages though, so I'm not sure how accurate it is yet as I just started using it :)
ETA the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clue.android
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There's an android app called Clue if you're trying for a baby or in general for menstrual health.
Thanks for sharing my article. Easiest way to implement is by manipulating volume, at least that's how all my clients successfully use it.
To track where you are in ‘your month’, I recommend the app Clue (iOS/Android)
For the menstrual periodization you’re going to perform more volume (more sets) during the follicular phase (FF; first 2 weeks) and less volume during the luteal phase (LG; last 2 weeks).
In practice this means 33% more volume in FF and 33% less volume in LF.
So for example if you did 3 sets in the squats, in the FF you would now do 4 sets, and in the luteal phase you would do only 2.
Normally I would schedule this according to a client's ‘month length’ (standard is 28 days). However, the ‘month length’ is variable from person to person, and can last between 21 and 35 days. So further tweaking may be needed.
Hope it helps!
And for anyone interested; I just opened a new Patreon page where I share such lessons as above. Check it out.
There's also Clue for women that don't think a period tracker should look like it was decorated by Willy Wonka.
For Android, I like Clue, because it's the only one that's not completely pink.
Is this the one your talking about? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clue.android
I use Clue!
I have been using Clue on Android for quite some time now. It's pretty good with the predictions.
Clue, another period tracker does this too, though to be honest I don't care much. Maybe if I was trying to get pregnant I might care, but with periods pretty much every woman within a certain age range gets them. It's about as useful as saying "This user poops sometimes." Duh. What else is new?
I care more about the trackers embedded in Clue possibly draining my phone's battery, but I unfortunately haven't found a better period tracker app which has syncing.