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Pregnancy apps give you the freedom and ease to keep tabs on everything related to the health and wellbeing of your baby-to-be. From medical appointments and fetal growth to tracking your contractions on d-day, a pregnancy app can help take the guesswork out of your most burning questions and concerns. If you’re trying to start a family, fertility apps like Glow, Clue, and Ovia predict the times of the month women are most likely to conceive.
Using them should help you get pregnant— if you know. Best All-in-One App: BabyCenter. This all-in-one pregnancy app goes from tracking your ovulation to counting contractions and gives you the deets on everything in between. Get weekly updates about your stage of pregnancy with articles, slideshows and videos on topics relevant to what you’re going through right now (and your baby’s development), including. “ Pregnancy is a time when your body is changing a lot, so an app can be a great way to prepare yourself for what to expect and know what’s normal or not,” says Christine Masterson, MD, an ob-gyn.
If you want to track everything about your pregnancy, from your weight to your moods and sleep cycles, Ovia’s Pregnancy Tracker app is the one you need. It even integrates with Apple’s Health app to get blood pressure data. Great app for pregnancy Wonderful app for pregnancy and for a few bucks you can use it after the 1st trimester which is totally worth it.
They do mention that it DOES cost money to continue after 1st trimester but they do NOT flood you with advertisements so it doesn’t interrupt ur experience at all. Like some other apps flood you with requests to upgrade. Not so here. Apps that are Health Based: Pregnancy Companion was developed by OBGYN doctors and specialists in high risk pregnancy, infertility and multiples.
This app includes daily and weekly pregnancy tips, weight and hydration counter, developmental insights, pregnancy topics and expert’s answers. If you’ve been stressing out over your pregnancy, you need to download this app ASAP! Expectful will remind you to meditate and take a deep breath when it’s needed.
You can download it if you’re trying to get pregnant, too, because the app includes meditation journeys through fertility. You’re not eating for two yet, but you should start making nutritious food choices now so your body will be stocked up with the nutrients you need for a healthy pregnancy. Try to get at least 2 cups of fruit and 2 1/2 cups of vegetables every day, as well as plenty of whole grains and foods that are high in calcium – like milk, calcium. The pregnancy tracker app can be personalized so your partner, the future grandparents and your best friend can join in on the fun.
With this app, they’ll be able to follow your baby’s development.
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