In The Event You Consider using a Breastfeeding Tracker Application

 

Natural Cycles | An App You Can Use As Birth Control

Video taken from the channel: FemmeHead


 

5 EASY BREASTFEEDING HACKS!

Video taken from the channel: Casa Toth


 

PARENT MUST HAVE THE BEST PHONE APP EVER!

Video taken from the channel: Bumps to Bundles & Giggles to Tumbles


 

Best Baby Apps & Trackers for New Parents

Video taken from the channel: Dad Verb


 

My Must-Have Baby Apps

Video taken from the channel: In Moms I Trust Blog


 

Breastfeeding Solutions App v1.3 Demo

Video taken from the channel: Nancy Mohrbacher


 

THE BEST BABY TRACKER APP | Feed Baby Review

Video taken from the channel: Refreshing Motherhood


Baby Breastfeeding Tracker App. The Baby Breastfeeding Tracker app for Android and iOS not only helps you keep tabs on your nursing sessions, but it also gives you a place to log information about diaper changes, doctor visits, sleep, height, weight, and more. Other features include a timer, nursing progress, diaper changes, growth, among others. ‎Baby Nursing, the easy-to-use app that helps you track your baby’s nursing progress, growth, diaper changes, doctor’s visits, and more. Just some of what you’ll get in this FREE app: • Track your nursing progress in real time with our easy-to-use timer. • See detailed and useful info on your nurs.

7. Breastfeeding – Baby Tracker App Breastfeeding – Baby Tracker App – Breastfeeding Apps by Mama Natural. Another Android breastfeeding tracker, the Breastfeeding – Baby Tracker App tracks breastfeeding and pumping times, sleep, and growth. The breastfeeding functions are free, but if you also want to track naps or diaper.

This App is a handy and reliable assistant for breastfeeding your newborn baby. You can track breastfeeding, bottle feeding, solid food feeding and milk pumping. You can save diaper changin.

In case of problems please write me a mail, I’m happy to help!The app should support you for every need of your baby not just a breastfeeding tracker but a baby tracker. Breastfeeding tracker will help to keep a track of baby’s breast feeds by each breast or by both, and also helps moms in maintaining the record of feedings & expressed milk. Baby Breastfeeding Tracker App Free, available for iOS This app is a must!

Mamas love how easy it is to track baby’s feeding sessions and progress, in addition to diaper changes, doctor’s visits, growth, and more!Tool: Breastfeeding Log Keep track of everything you want to remember about baby’s feedings from what time it was, to how long she nursed on each side, to what kind of a mood she was in. Get more breastfeeding tips from TheBump.com.

Tracks breastfeeding, bottle feeds, breast pumps, diapers, sleep, solid food, weight, length, and allows you to keep notes and reminders. Personalize the app to your baby with pictures and age. Can use the app for more than one baby at a time. Easy to use one button start/stop timer.

Please keep in mind that this list of breastfeeding-friendly applications doesn’t include any feeding trackers. Timing feedings (especially for first-time moms) may discourage breastfeeding on demand and paying attention to baby’s cues. In addition, there aren’t any formula-sponsored or breast pump-sponsored apps.

List of related literature:

Breastfeeding mobile apps such as LatchMe (2014) provide an opportunity to advertise your services.

“Counseling the Nursing Mother” by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
from Counseling the Nursing Mother
by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2015

Does the data indicate a need for a breastfeeding support program or clinic?

“Public/Community Health and Nursing Practice: Caring for Populations” by Christine L Savage
from Public/Community Health and Nursing Practice: Caring for Populations
by Christine L Savage
F.A. Davis Company, 2019

It is useful to explore whether she had any difficulty last time and/or whether she is aware of the health benefits of breastfeeding for herself and her baby.

“Mayes' Midwifery E-Book: A Textbook for Midwives” by Sue Macdonald
from Mayes’ Midwifery E-Book: A Textbook for Midwives
by Sue Macdonald
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

A useful algorithm for nurses on a mother/baby unit: Promoting breastfeeding.

“Breastfeeding Management for the Clinician” by Marsha Walker
from Breastfeeding Management for the Clinician
by Marsha Walker
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2016

The Health and Human Services Blueprintfor Action on Breastfeeding, published by the Office ofthe Surgeon General, provides evidence-based strategies for workplaces, families, and healthcare providers to support new mothers (USDHHS, 2000).

“Counseling the Nursing Mother” by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
from Counseling the Nursing Mother
by Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010

Many excellent books had already been written on the benefits of nursing over artificial feeding methods.

“The Nursing Mother's Companion” by Ruth A. Lawrence, Kathleen Huggins
from The Nursing Mother’s Companion
by Ruth A. Lawrence, Kathleen Huggins
Harvard Common Press, 2005

Randomised controlled trial assessing the effectiveness of a booklet on the duration of breastfeeding.

“Breastfeeding and Human Lactation” by Karen Wambach, Becky Spencer
from Breastfeeding and Human Lactation
by Karen Wambach, Becky Spencer
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019

For VHTs, the app enables them to assess the risk of the pregnant women at registration and the app provides detailed information during ANC visits to the midwives.

“Information and Communication Technologies for Development. Strengthening Southern-Driven Cooperation as a Catalyst for ICT4D: 15th IFIP WG 9.4 International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, ICT4D 2019, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, May 1–3, 2019, Proceedings, Part I” by Petter Nielsen, Honest Christopher Kimaro
from Information and Communication Technologies for Development. Strengthening Southern-Driven Cooperation as a Catalyst for ICT4D: 15th IFIP WG 9.4 International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, ICT4D 2019, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, May 1–3, 2019, Proceedings, Part I
by Petter Nielsen, Honest Christopher Kimaro
Springer International Publishing, 2019

Motherinfant breastfeeding progress tool: A guide for education and support of the breastfeeding dyad.

“Encyclopedia of Nursing Research” by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, Meredith Kazer, PhD, APRN, A/GNP-BC, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN
from Encyclopedia of Nursing Research
by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, Meredith Kazer, PhD, APRN, A/GNP-BC, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN
Springer Publishing Company, 2011

Until more research is available, caution the client not to use bogbean during breastfeeding.

“Mosby's Handbook of Herbs & Natural Supplements E-Book” by Linda Skidmore-Roth
from Mosby’s Handbook of Herbs & Natural Supplements E-Book
by Linda Skidmore-Roth
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

Mail: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 (877) 492-3666

Biography: https://medicine.yale.edu/profile/kutluk_oktay/
Bibliography: oktay_bibliography

View all posts

50 comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • There are many components to helping babies to sleep. One place I found which succeeds in merging these is the Calmer fixer blueprint (google it if you’re interested) it’s the best plan that I have ever seen. Check out the super information.

  • Sign up to Natural Cycles yearly plan with thermometer included and 10% discount! https://app.naturalcycles.com/?webSignup=1&refId=283acd411f9a4a3d80166291d92cc227&refCode=referralid10#/reg-reg

  • Are you reading an good toddler “training” books? Books on how to care for your child in a loving way? Kinda like the baby whisperer?

  • My wife, my nanny, and I use BabyConnect to track everything from feeding, diapers, changing, growth chart etc. It works for both Android and iOS. We have Android phones and iPad tablet and it syncs between all of them. We keep the iPad next to each changing table and have our phones just in case as well. It’s perfect

  • the cradel app you have linked in the description is different from the one on your video because this app looks like baby sleep trainer it doesn’t have any white noise setting like the one in the video

  • MammaBaby is another great tracking app as it does everything the tracker app mentioned in the video and will sync across different devices. So if my wife adds a diaper change on her phone I just refresh from within the app on my phone and it shows up. It does come for free though the premium version costs $5.99 aud per device as you can’t family share the app as they make it an in app purchase but by far the best app for parenting so far.

  • I love these, also a huge fan of vroom, it helps me figure out what baby is learning at what stages and how to support that educational journey.

  • Sad to know the Cradle is only for iOS. For Android users, try Relaxio. It is similar that you can mix up white noises but it has less variety of sounds.

  • Hey! If you are thinking about joining up.. here is my referral link which gives you 30% off the years subscription and a free thermometer ��( quite a big saving! ����) Happy new year!! https://app.naturalcycles.com/?webSignup=1&refId=a23b45023c334b86823711be92c2eee3&refCode=referralid30#/reg-reg

  • nice app I downloaded it… how come you don’t vlog it would be much more interesting to watch you play with baby go out with baby or bed routines etc etc your chanel would thrive.

  • If anyone is interested here’s is a 20% off code which includes a free basil thermometer… I’ve been using natural cycles for a year and a half now and haven’t looked back..

    https://www.naturalcycles.com/signup/secret?code=referralid20&referral=3064d69180604cbb968a21d989f475b1

  • I’ve been using natural cycles for a year and love it! Also if y’all want you can use my discount code: https://signup.naturalcycles.com/en-US/signup/secret?code=referralid20&referral=i6lpmuqswkuvzyt4

  • I know you don’t usually answer here, but pleeeease do. I don’t have the patients to go find your email and fill out stuff etc…:D.
    Question!!!: is there a direct link between coffee and the forming of ovarian cysts? Because I’ve been feeling my ovaries swell up lately every time I drink black coffee.

  • I love natural cycles. Am on my second year. If you want to use my referral code you can get 20% off!

    https://www.naturalcycles.com/en-us/signup/secret?code=referralid20&referral=jqa2y5qbtx28vqbs

  • I used this contraceptive method more than any other contraceptive type. I will admit that I had sex very few times. I placed out of sex ed in college. Did you know that a single intercourse event carries a 1/40 chance of impregnation? Add all the times I ever had sex. Consider the case where these events occur at random times. I probably never impregnated a woman, even if every event consisted of unsafe sex.

    “The demonic Lillies made their homes in caves and the hollows of tree trunks. Ygereth, Machlath, and Shibta enticed men off the highways until they defiled themselves with nocturnal emissions.”

  • Do you say its safe to rely on the app fully? Along with tracking cm? Somebody was trying to tell me the app could me incorrect sometimes and i need to be responsible for tracking my own temps etc… but is that really necessary? I mean this app is fda approved..

  • Can you do a video comparing kindara winx and natural cycles? I’m debating between the two and still unsure of which one to invest in.

  • Very nice. I need to go on birth control and I’ve never done it before. I’m not keen on hormonal stuff so this is up my alley. It’s under $100 for a year of service, which isn’t bad.

  • This is NOT a good form of birth control. It may work for a few people, but too many women can end up with unplanned pregnancies. I am appalled that this would be marketed as effective birth control.
    https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jul/21/colossally-naive-backlash-birth-control-app

  • Love your vids thank you!! But what about CF? isn’t this just as important as taking basal temperature? I’m a bit worried to fully rely on just temperature? Thanks xx

  • Thank you so much I was looking for something like this.. I was using the medela app and it doesn’t have anything for solids or even medications. I had started to write things down. But this will work great.:)

  • So far a great NC journey!
    Here is a discount code for you to try it:
    Sign up to Natural Cycles yearly plan with thermometer included and 30% discount!
    https://app.naturalcycles.com/?webSignup=1&refId=9a9e836e2cd441edb309b682a4971068&refCode=referralid30#/reg-reg

  • I’ve been using natural cycles for a year and love it. I did also read up on the other tracking methods such as checking cervical fluid but more for my own peace of mind. If anyone wants 20% off here’s my referral code https://www.naturalcycles.com/signup/secret?code=referralid20&referral=d3a43b005f8e428ba711bfc03146978c

  • https://www.naturalcycles.com/signup/secret?code=referralid20&referral=62c3e5c2196d40c29353ca3a23a4d5aa

    20% for the whole year for those interested! Have been using NC to prevent for 10 cycles with no scares. It really is freeing to be away from synthetic hormones!

  • FDA Approves 1st Birth Control Mobile App
    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/fda-approves-1st-birth-control-mobile-app-jacques-ledisco/?published=t

  • After trying daysy and natural cycles. Which do you like best. I have daysy and it doesn’t work with my phone which is a huge downfall for me. Do you think natural cycles is just as effective?

  • Natural Cycles discount code: https://tinyurl.com/yapsucoz
    I have been using NC for 8 cycles.. it’s been a revelation just how much I have learnt about my body and this method is working really well for me. I will NEVER go back to the pill!

  • I been using NC for 7 months now and I very comfortable with the app. It’s a great natural option and you get to know your body better (and of course is a great contraception method).
    I recommed every woman I know that they give it a try!
    For anyone that feels curious about it here it’s a 20% discount code for one year plan and a free termomether!
    https://www.naturalcycles.com/es/signup/secret?code=referralid20&referral=cca84f0434a744ff9ef0afa13834216b

  • Between Natural Cycles, Kindara and OvaGraph (the one which is linked to Taking charge of your fertility book) which one would you recommend and why?  Thank you in advance!

  • I have been using Natural Cycles very happily since August 2017. I love not using hormonal contraceptives and I’ve learnt so much about my own body. If you did want to try it here is my 30% off discount code which includes the thermometer! Happy Cycling! https://bit.ly/2uqoefo

  • There are a few factors in guides for babies to sleep. One plan I discovered which succeeds in merging these is the Calmer fixer blueprint (google it if you’re interested) without a doubt the best blueprint that I have ever seen. look at all the interesting info.

  • Thank you for this because the daysy is out of my price range right now and i really needed a different way to track my fertility.

  • How do you feel about natural cycles versus the wink by Kindara? I’m purchasing a thermometer on Monday and I am completely torn between which one I should invest in. Thanks!! Your videos are so helpful

  • Hey I use natural cycles and I think its amazing. Thank you for posting this video. If you guys want to sign up I have a 10% off link for a year. Natural Cycles yearly plan with thermometer included and 10% discount https://app.naturalcycles.com/?webSignup=1&refId=d43e7549dc05444781ff54458eab8cfb&refCode=referralid10#/reg-reg

  • So, where is the disclosure how much the companies paid you to promote this? Because more and more stories are coming out of this app turning out to be an utter scam, with people becoming pregnant anyway.

    Doctors warn against using it.

    So someone promoting it was either unaware of this or paid to lie. Which is the case here.

  • Recently there were complaints I believe from Sweden involving about 50 women who say that they used this app but still got pregnant. Unfortunately this has caused a resurgence in skepticism of FAM and a lot of people think it’s the same as the “rhythm method”. I read some news articles about it and from the comments on it it’s clear that there are still a lot of people who don’t understand FAM. Would you please do a video looking into and addressing this story?

  • Thanks for these nice apps. Recently I am using MOMEE app, and I strongly recommend it. I could see my niece’s daily updated without worrying long distance (we r in different countries), n my family don’t need to worry about that as well cuz we r all in the ‘family circle’. Noticeably I could see the big events every time by their ‘big moment’ function: first time walking, the first time calling ‘ mom’ or ‘dad’ etc.anyway I think that ‘s meaningful for children in the future to see how they are growing up. Hope this helps.

  • I use this method in conjunction with LH testing. I use an LH test that tests for 2 different hormones, so it identifies 3-4 fertile days as opposed to most LH tests which only normally identify 2. I’m very, very pleased with this method! It reduces the anxiety that “maybe I missed something with my temp-only method.” I know if I have or have not had my LH surge and thus far, we both love it. My husband and I both have the app on our phones. This makes communication more seamless.:)

  • Hi, thanks for your video (and all the other videos you’ve done on this topic)! I am trying to inform myself on this topic but the thought of just taking the plunge is quite scary. I will be starting by just monitoring for a fair few months until I feel more comfortable.
    So my question is, for how long have you been using this kind of method as a form of contraception, aside from on your fertile days? Thank you in advance!

  • I have a question:) I’m a nurse and I work night shifts so my sleep rhythm in no way regular. It would be impossible for me to take my temp at the exact same time every day after at least 4 hours of sleep. So would FAM not work for me? What should I do/consider? I really want to get of hormonal birth control, but I’m thinking, I would never be able to trust my temp…

  • Just got off birth control and signed up for natural cycles, so far I’m loving it! Very much looking forward to the app knowing my unique cycle. Also loved your video about the app! Been enjoying all your videos��

  • Hii!! I’ve been watching your videos all day trying to figure out the best natural birth control for me. I’ve been wanting to quit taking the pill for a while now but feel kind of overwhelmed in the options for natural birth control. What is your recommendations for someone that is sexually active and wants to quit the pill? Do you prefer Kindara of Natural cycles? Or would you say that using a device like the daysy is the easiest for a beginner in charting?? I would really appreciate the help:)

  • Thank you for this video! Have you ever heard of SymptoTherm? I believe this method has better results than the app you are talking about, and the foundation provides all the informations for free on its website (you can download a manual that explains the rules for charting yourself, and they developed an app as well). Here’s a link if anyone’s interested: http://www.sympto.ch/home-main_en.html
    Happy fertility tracking! (and apologizes for approximative English from France)

  • I use this method! Good to add that taking your temp has got to be the absolute first thing you do when you wake up. Before you speak or even open your mouth, while still lying down. Me and my boyfriend shared the price of it, so the price didn’t feel too much.

  • The website says the pearl index is 7. That’s really quite high. Toni Weschler’s method in TCOYF has a PI of 2, and the German symptothermal method Sensiplan has one of 0.4, daysy is 0.7.

  • I heard for best results, you have to sleep at least 5 hours without waking up. I am a light sleeper and wake up every few hours, but I still want to use this. Thoughts? Does anyone know about this?

  • I have a generic basal thermometer from Target. Would you suggest I use their specific thermometer or does it really not matter? Not sure if one is more accurate than the other.

  • With the daysy you do not have to take your temp at the same time every day correct? My work schedule is all over the place and I can’t possibly take my temp at the same time every morning. Just trying to figure out what works best with my lifestyle. Thank you!

  • Been using this app for a few months after coming off the pill. It’s great I think it will suit a lot of people. Way cheaper than daysy too. Love your videos!

  • I would love to see a video on your thoughts between the Daysy and Natural Cycles. Pro’s/Con’s of the apps in comparison to eachother.