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 Post subject: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2014 2:08 am 
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Clue (www.helloclue.com) is my favorite by far. Yours?

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2014 2:36 am 
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I use Clue as well and it's great! I have an IUD at the moment so I track just to geek out. But I'm already confirming all sorts of interesting correlations I had suspected for a while between my cycles and energy levels, etc. I have also been able to feel ovulation for the last couple cycles, I think. Fun stuff!


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I have the Period Tracker app for Windows. It's pretty basic but does the job.


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I use clue thanks to the PPK. Before that it was some terrible pink thing full of flowers and butterflies. :-/

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I used to use something called "My Days" until I was introduced to Clue by the PPK and never looked back. That said, I'm pretty bad about filling in the info on any period tracker. I'm ok with the first day, but then forget to fill in the following days and then the tracker seems to think I have really short periods, when the opposite is true. So yeah, user error.

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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Thanks, lutin!

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I use Clue as well and it's great! I have an IUD at the moment so I track just to geek out. But I'm already confirming all sorts of interesting correlations I had suspected for a while between my cycles and energy levels, etc. I have also been able to feel ovulation for the last couple cycles, I think. Fun stuff!


Say, that DOES sound fun.

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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I really loved Clue, but when I started tracking my basal body temperature I needed to switch so I started using Fertility Friend. The design is awful, but it keeps track of a lot more metrics. In my perfect world, Clue would have Fertility Friend's functionality and I could just use it forever.

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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lobsteriffic wrote:
I really loved Clue, but when I started tracking my basal body temperature I needed to switch so I started using Fertility Friend. The design is awful, but it keeps track of a lot more metrics. In my perfect world, Clue would have Fertility Friend's functionality and I could just use it forever.


You know that Clue added BBT and is in the process of adding more in-app stats (like temp SD, etc.), right?

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lutin wrote:
lobsteriffic wrote:
I really loved Clue, but when I started tracking my basal body temperature I needed to switch so I started using Fertility Friend. The design is awful, but it keeps track of a lot more metrics. In my perfect world, Clue would have Fertility Friend's functionality and I could just use it forever.


You know that Clue added BBT and is in the process of adding more in-app stats (like temp SD, etc.), right?


No! I didn't! That's awesome! Well, I don't need to track much of anything for the next 9 months but after that it's back to Clue!

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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Clue looks really stylish. Always a plus!

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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i think i use something called iperiod but literally all i want to know is what day to expect my next period. i dont use it for anything fancy. it's a horrible pink app.

when i was pregnant it kept giving me alerts like YOUR PERIOD IS 8 MILLION DAYS LATE!

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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I also use Clue, though I don't really need it since my period always starts on the same day after I finish my BC pills for the month. It is nice to keep track of other things (mood, sex, heaviness of periods, etc), but I always forget to input the data until I actually start bleeding!

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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i recently started using Clue. I was using something called period+ but I basically just switched because I'd rather have an app called Clue than something else... even if it is tucked into a folder.


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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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I use Strawberry Pal (it tracks ovulation/fertile days too) but I don't really like it because I want an app that I can write notes down on certain days for spotting and stuff like that.

I'll check out Clue, because I'd appreciate having that info on my phone instead of only on my chromebook.


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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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I used Fertility Friend when I was trying to get pregnant (this was 2011) but now I use Clue and love it!


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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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Came back to add that Clue is what I was looking for and I'm happy I found it. Thanks PPK!


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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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fixed that for you:

joshua wrote:
fork yeah hamstruation!


or should i have rather said "you put the MEN in menstruation"? :P

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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i think i use something called iperiod but literally all i want to know is what day to expect my next period. i dont use it for anything fancy. it's a horrible pink app.



I use the horrible pink app too and sometimes it sends me notifications that it's a "green week" which I don't know if that means I am fertile or not fertile (moot point because I got sterilized), but I'm with you and just want to know what day to expect my period. I never fill out how many days it lasted or what kind of flow or anything.


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I use a tracker that let me customize everything. Menstrual Calendar Premium? I also use it to track my moods for my bipolar disorder and my medications.

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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LisaPunk wrote:
i think i use something called iperiod but literally all i want to know is what day to expect my next period. i dont use it for anything fancy. it's a horrible pink app.



I use the horrible pink app too and sometimes it sends me notifications that it's a "green week" which I don't know if that means I am fertile or not fertile (moot point because I got sterilized), but I'm with you and just want to know what day to expect my period. I never fill out how many days it lasted or what kind of flow or anything.


i always wondered what that meant too. makes me feel like my body is especially eco-friendly that week :-P

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 Post subject: Re: Tracking your menstural cycle apps
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LisaPunk wrote:
Dave the Cat wrote:
LisaPunk wrote:
i think i use something called iperiod but literally all i want to know is what day to expect my next period. i dont use it for anything fancy. it's a horrible pink app.



I use the horrible pink app too and sometimes it sends me notifications that it's a "green week" which I don't know if that means I am fertile or not fertile (moot point because I got sterilized), but I'm with you and just want to know what day to expect my period. I never fill out how many days it lasted or what kind of flow or anything.


i always wondered what that meant too. makes me feel like my body is especially eco-friendly that week :-P


Eco-friendly week because no need for "feminine hygiene products"!


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