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Been using this for over 5 years, its cute and no issues. Tracks periods very nicely. Been pretty useful since I have PCOS.
It has a cute animal which you tap when your period starts, maybe your niece will like it?
Period Tracker Period Calendar
Period Tracker Period Calendar. https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/period-tracker-period-calendar/
About the tracking periods, if you're liking for an app to do that (I used my calendar app for a long time but sometimes that's not enough), I use Period Tracker for Android and that's helped me immensely.
I've been using this app for years: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar&hl=en_US
Still works really well for me.
about five years ago i started using the app Period Tracker to track my irregular menstruation.
later on, i began half-heartedly/inconsistently tracking moods, physical symptoms, intercourse/orgasms, etc.
recently i looked back through the data & thought, "geez. every month that i have anything recorded, the phrase wish i were dead is popping up 3-5 days before my period. i might want to track this more consistently."
i don't do a great job with the app, so i looked over frequent symptoms i did track for the past year, typed 'em into a table in word, came up with a rating/color system (i wanted to track the severity of certain symptoms), & printed it out to use each month. so far so good!
> remind myself I'm not crazy totally and this will pass
i'm glad it works like this for you. it had the same effect for me. :)
I like the My Calender app. Symptoms, weight, moods, blood flow, fertility windows, ovulation tracking, tons of nice info to have.
Hi there! There are a lot of great apps for tracking your cycle. I use this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
It helps me track my emotions and symptoms and write notes too. It has really helped knowing when i will feel good and horrible. I can actually plan things now that I know.
Seeing a OBGYN can be so nerve racking! Take it in baby steps. I broke it down into small steps like this: 1.find a dr covered by my insurance. 2. Check out their about us page to see if I might like anyone there. 3. Get their phone number. 4. Call and make appointment. 5. Reward myself with a treat! 6. Write down all the questions i have. 7.go to appointment. 8.reward myself!!
Keep your friends. They like you. You are wonderful and thoughtful!
I'm just going to put it out there - I HATE clue. I think while it is pretty, it's poorly designed for actual input. I find it difficult to alter and very limited. I'd prefer flowers and functionality over circles and no customization. I preferred this app because of the graphing and input functions.
Okay but keep it in mind, maybe use this app to write down your symptoms and if it continues look for an obygn.
It helped me to keep an overview.
That's a sign that you are fertile. Use this app if you want, you will see that this discharge syncs with your most fertile days.
Yes! In lazy so I use this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
It helps me know when I need to start using the period panties and also if the doctor asks for when the last period was.
I use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
You can turn off the predicted ovulation days/fertility tracking etc, and also give it a new colour scheme. I just track my peroid and cycle days on it, nothing else.
Also if you have a fitbit, you can turn off the predicted fertility on their tracker too.
I usually experience cold chills on the first 3 days.
On unrelated note, did you try this app? It's a great tracker with a lot of info in it and made me realize the symptoms I've had weren't just my imagination.
Period Tracker. I've used it for years now and I'm happy with it. It has predictions, an option to put in emotional/physical state, medication, a send-to-your-doctor function and many more.
I use this one. There's an abstinence mode you can enable so it won't track your ovulation, and it can predict your periods based on your history or whatever you tell it is normal for you. You can also use it to track symptoms like flow heaviness, cramps, etc
Yep, there are some really good apps out there that make it simple.
I use My Calendar for most of the work, and then just set custom reminders as needed.
Requires just a little bit of teamwork, but everyone wins.
it's not specifically for trans people but I've been using this app since I started showing period symptoms and it's pretty accurate with over worming lehigh reviews
I use My Calendar (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar&hl=en&gl=US). According to that page they don't share your data. I've used their backup feature with my Google Drive account and it works pretty well.
I use this one:
It's super simple and you can input as much or as little info as you want. I really like it, much less involved and other apps and I dont really need to think too much about it. U can configure the notifications for period, firtile week, medication etc.
I use this one, and downloaded one of the alternate color schemes so it doesn't look so juvenile. I had used Clue for years and just got the point where I was sick and tired of having the paid version forced down my throat, and it seemed like with each update and redesign the app was less and less user friendly.
I suggest you use an app on your phone like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar&hl=en&gl=US you can add your periods, how severe they are, and the medicine you use. There is also an option to export the information in a text form , to shay with your obgyn... good luck
I use this, works well for me. Haven't tried other ones so can't say. Flo is another famous one I think.
Period tracker by simple design ltd.
It's been really awesome. I've used it for years. Lots of symptoms to add, can make your own, accurate, good calendar, easy export and backup, and the widget is very helpful to see how many days left until you start without actually opening the app.
It's really helpful
Period Calendar is awesome!
Check it out at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
It's a great app for tracking your period, your ovulation, your symptoms, and other things you care about. I love it! It's incredibly accurate and professional, and it's totally free! You really must try it!
Yeah been there done that. I always used toilet paper as a last resort. Stay strong, I went to work some months ago bleeding like crazy and had to leave at 5am to a shift I couldn't use the toilet very often. I still did it because better than bleeding through. Use this app to write down your systems
If the bleeding continues to be that strong think about an ultrasound. Three years ago I had a non cancerous cyst in my uterus and my obygn told me for a long time that my strong period was just me getting older. I had the grapefruit size cyst removed and almost lost my uterus in the process. If this heavy bleeding isn't getting better in the next months get an ultrasound.
Your body is flooded with a hormone that stops ovulation. As you are highly fertile the days after your period, your ovaries are probably massively confused what this stuff in your system is. Use this app for clarity. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
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Period Calendar is awesome!
I use this.
I used to have this one
It also has stuff for tracking ovulation/fertility windows for people who are looking to become parents but I think you can disable it.
I have been using this one because it has a lot of different symptoms you can track.
You can track your mood as well and the app has a lot of different moods to track.
I also like it because it has a cat in it. And you can turn off the ovulation reminder.
I'm not a medical professional so please confirm what I'm about to say with medical advice, but I think you might be okay. If you have no other negative symptoms then it might not be anything you need to worry about. It could very well just be that you haven't been hydrating enough or maybe you're low on something like iron.
I have a regular cycle but it took me quite some time to understand and track my cycle effectively. I use this app. Some months, my period is lighter than others. Some months I have more severe cramps. Some months the blood looks different. My gyno confirmed that I have mild anemia and that affects my flow sometimes.
For that reason I try to listen to my cravings, like when I'm craving red meats, for example, I know it's because the iron in my blood is low. I always say though that if you have any concerns at all about your vaginal health, you should always speak to your gyno. Just in case there's something there you're not aware of. I think you're okay, but please speak to your gyno to be on the safe side.
Side note, I've recently started writing about vaginal health on my blog and I am looking for content ideas so if you have any questions you think I might be able to help you with, shoot me a message and I'll answer to the best of my ability.
bom,eu recomendo transar quando ela estiver fora do periodo fertil, eu uso um aplicativo chamado meu calendario mestrual ( aqui o link : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar ) se tiver alguma duvida sobre dst, faça o teste rapido e tal, e boa transa pra vcs <3
Não sou mulher, mas sou casado com uma há mais de 15 anos. Pelas datas (e o uso correto da pílula) as chances de gravidez são praticamente inexistentes. A vida da minha esposa melhorou muito depois de passar a registrar o ciclo em um app.
It's actually not that easy to knock someone up, regardless of how easy some say it is. There's a specific time of the month that she's fertile, and no amount of nutting inside her, outside of that timeframe will make her pregnant. Here's the caveat; as long as her cycle is regular.
The problem is, bodies are complicated, and many women unfortunately have irregular cycles.
In a nutshell, if there's mucous (like nose snot, without the green, ymmv), absolutely wear a joey. That's when you will absolutely knock her up. There's a small period of time on either side of the mucous stage that is danger zone.
My wife's cycle is not totally clockwork, but she tracks it with an app. The app is very feature rich and as long as she enters the data required, it's very accurate. The metrics are easy for her to understand. We've never used protection and have only had one scare over the six years together (where she jokingly said yes to me asking if I could nut inside, she didn't realise I was so close).
All of this is stuff she has taught me about. Here's the app she's used for the last couple of years (highlights the danger zone, but it's actually meant more for her health and well-being).
Also, a good mate of mine and his wife struggled to get her pregnant, he backs up the mucous thing 100%, that's when you go for it if you want kids, or be really damned careful.
It's tradition for my body to have it on the 2nd day. I recommend this app. I wasn't aware my sleep problems stem from my cycle until I downloaded it. You'll find there a whole list of symptoms and the data can be stored in your Gmail. If I understand correctly, the reason for period diarrhea is the hormones - a certain chemical causes contractions of the uterus and for some people, the guts get affected by it too.
I use My calender to track periods of my girlfriend. So far, they've been very accurate and I'm fully satisfied with the app.
I use period calendar
It has a cat theme initially which you can change to blue, and choose what you want to be notified or show on your calendar in the settings.
What you need isn't a calendar app, but a tracking app.
A quick glance shows that many period trackers offer mood and symptom tracking - you could just add a seizure as a symptom and track it that way.
For instance, the top result on Google Play for "period tracker" is this app and it offers symptom tracking. There seems to be a preset bunch of symbols, and you can rename the symptoms to what you need. Each day, you can add symptoms and give them a strength rating of 0-5 stars. You can also record your mood.
Another option is to use a general mood tracker like Daylio to record your periods and your seizures, but I don't think this would work as well as the first option above. There are hundreds of different tracking apps, I'm sure you'll be able to find one that works for you. Many of these tracking apps also offer graphs and stuff to analyse occurrence patterns.
I've used this app for years. Started with it because as a young girl I thought it was cute with the animals:p. Now I just like it, because it's easy and it has information of all these years I've used it.
Period Tracker - Period Calendar Ovulation Tracker. I've used it for the past 7 years. It's old and basic but reliable and effective. Also, it's updated consistently. You can backup your calendar to your email, Gmail, Dropbox or a file. It doesn't take any info from you beyond backup and switching to another phone when needed. I've tried others but always come back to this and even use it when I visit the doctor to answer the basic "when was your last period" or to track symptoms I'm concerned about. It does have ads, but they are non-intrusive, stay at the bottom or top of the screen, are mostly text and don't have any tracking like abilities.
There is an iOS version as well.
My weight always goes up a day before my period. I have very regular periods in terms of cycle length, but my symptoms vary each time. I track my period to keep on top of it. Idk if you have an android phone or not, but I've been using this app for over 5 years with a lot of success.
Period Calendar https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
This is the app I've used for many years. You can track your period, birth control pills, sexual activity, moods, etc. It will "average" your cycle and let you know when you should be expecting your period starting & ending. I've been happy with it and since I'm done (or at least preventing) having more children it does exactly what I need without any frills. I also like the pill reminders daily, and the reminders a few day before my period starts so I can make sure to have any supplies on hand (I use disposable cups so if I use my last one on my previous cycle I might not have remembered to stock up right away so this helps me remember...oh yeah I've got to grab those!)
ETA it also has a temp tracking feature so if you use NFP/tracking basal temperatures you can keep track of it in the app and see trends, also your weight!
"Period Calendar is awesome!
It's a great app for tracking your period, your ovulation, your symptoms, and other things you care about. I love it! It's incredibly accurate and professional, and it's totally free! You really must try it!"
Its called my calendar. I was using glow but someone here recommended my calendar.
I like it much better than others I've used.
I use the same one. It has so many options but is not cluttered if you want to keep the use simple. I also use it to track my weight.
We've been using Period Tracker, My Calendar. It's the most accurate that we've tried so far in terms of accurately predicting ovulation dates. She can tell when she's ovulating, so we used that info to set the luteal phase in the app, and after that, it's been very accurate.
My Calendar For all female redditors (redditers?) it is able to track and calculate, based on your past cycles, your next period. It is also a life saver for when you forget to start taking the pill.
You'd have to go to Settings>Switch accounts so you can't see all three on one calendar at the same time (which would get a bit confusing if you track other symptoms). Otherwise the app is great. No need for three apps. Dropbox sync, reminders, the whole deal.
there is a period app on google play that actually predicts the next one.
This one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
I go from nothing to satan's waterfall, so I say it starts when I start bleeding
I'm able to track my periods better, and to add many data on so many levels.
I've been using this one for years. No problems. Has all the features I need. Can be backed up to the cloud as well.
I've been using "my calendar" it's basically a barebones period tracker
If you have an Android phone, try My Calendar. It was one of the first period trackers and I've been using it for 5 years now on three different smartphones. It's nothing fancy and it's not particularly aesthetically pleasing (though you can change the default theme to something else but don't expect a lot of options) but it gets the job done. It's the only period tracker that has a good set of widgets for my home screen. It also easily backs up your data to either your Google account, Dropbox, local or cloud storage or even your email.
There's and identical app also called My Calendar that's for both Android and iPhone. Its been around just as long and is pretty good if the reviews are anything to go by.
I use this one and I love it https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
Does what I need t to and alerts me when to wear my period pants.
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Is this period tracker safe?
My Calendar is the best
I've been using this one for about 10 years now
You can delete the fertile function if you want. I use it for years now and I was always happy with it.
I like this one https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar
My wife use this one and she likes it
Here you go!
I also downloaded the "blue theme" for the app so it doesn't look so juvenile.
This is what I use. Very cute, lots of options, and you can turn off all fertility functions.
Period calendar works great for me this one
Do you have a period planner?
This one is good
That's mine the last years and can't complain
I use Period Tracker - Period Calendar Ovulation Tracker
I've always liked Period Tracker, My Calendar link to play store (android)
Hope it works for you!
I also use My Calendar. It's pretty basic and effective.
I use Period Tracker, you can submit your symptoms for each day regardless of your period.
The one I use is Period Calendar. Been using it for years now
Yeah you should download this app so that strangers don't have to remind you everytime
Got the name a little wrong. Here's a link :)
This. Once installed it will say "my calendar".
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Ca sugestie propune-i sa-si tina istoricul ciclurilor (sunt tot felul de aplicatii de mobil de ex: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.popularapp.periodcalendar&hl=en ). O va ajuta atat pe ea cat si pe tine daca veti sti sa o folositi.