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I use to use this to track my cycles but then I got pregnant, had cycle issues after pregnancy and more. What I like about the app is not only does it have the flexibility for you to customize everything but you can track just about anything. You can change the standard 28 day cycle to your preference; 21 days, 42 days...each person is different. You can log your symptoms and take notes. It was very helpful when I was have cycle issues and had to see my doctor after a 6 MONTH non stop cycle. I was able to tell her when it started, if there was a day I didn’t have a cycle and I was able to note, “this day I change birth controls” or there’s a button that you can push that notates of your cycle was heavier one day than the next. Now, since I have that under control, I just mark days I have sex and my mood. Meaning, I’m also bipolar and I’ve noticed that in the winter, I log more angry days than happy and this helps me when I talk to my doctor and we up my meds for a few days. Not really a cycle issue, but it has moods you can do. Love this app!
I would often go to the doctor with problems I would have.. they would usually ask if they occurred around the same time every month. I had no idea.. I started charting my symptoms using this app and with that data, the doctor was able to diagnose me with mettelschmirz (painful ovulation), PMS (I never had PMS prior to having kids so I had no idea that is what I was experiencing), and that even my migraines were hormone induced! Armed with that knowledge, I became pro-active in preventing these things as much as I was able and greatly improved my existence. I stopped taking birth control last year because I hated how it made me feel (and my husband hated how miserable I was), we aren’t ready to get pregnant yet, so I also use this app to prevent pregnancy. When the time comes where we are ready to start trying again, I will use it to try to conceive. There really aren’t enough words to say how great this app really is!
I have paid for pro version of this app many many years ago (about 6-7 years or so). I like it and I see how it was tremendously improved. My daughter is using it too and many of my friends do. But there is still a huge minus in the work of this app, it does not have a full integration and support of Apple Health app for iPhones and iPads. It is so inconvenient. I have many things that are logged using other applications and transferred to the Health app. They could of been transferred to this app automatically since I allowed that in the settings of Health app and in the settings of Womanlog app, but no... unfortunately nothing is transferred neither from, no to this application. I have been waiting and waiting for that day, when it finally will be transferred, but no luck. I think soon I will have to switch to the different app, since it takes too much time to manually log all the symptoms and data, even blood pressure, blood glucose, heartbeat, etc. And I even have to manually log into Health app my menstruation and mucus, while these are specifically allowed to read/write in both apps. That why 3 stars.
Before phones and apps became popular, I used those little pocket/purse size planners and kept track of my cycles that way since I was 11. I’m 32 now. When smart phones and apps blew up and became popular, I heard about people using apps to track their cycles and looked it up one day. Found the Free lite version of Woman Log. After about 6 months, I upgraded to the full version and I've been using this app since 2012, so 7 years now. Woman Log has also been through my 2nd pregnancy with me. I love how it has all of the options for the symptoms, tracking sexual activity, and that it has ability to take notes. It gives you ovulation estimates which for me personally, was accurate, hence my 2nd pregnancy LOL. You can also customize the cycle pattern to you. I love the back up feature. It makes it easy when you switch devices or accidentally delete the app (like I did). I've also never had problems with any glitches or freezing in the years that I've been using it. So that's a plus. I Definitely recommend this app. 😊👍🏽 My pre-teen daughter also uses this app. We love it.
This is the only app that allows you to see all of your symptoms from calendar view without having to click on each date. Trust me, I’ve downloaded them all. This feature is important to me because as I track my cycle, I would like to make connections between my symptoms and what cycle day it is. Doing this can help me prepare for/avoid certain symptoms. For instance, if I know I start cramping on cycle day 28 every cycle, I can remind myself to start taking ibruprofen preventively on cycle day 26. Or, if I know I usually start breaking out on cycle day 19, I can start incorporating an acne fighting product around this time to get me through the breakout week. The only thing I will say, though, is that I wish you could 1: create your own symptoms and apply an icon do it, and 2: change the icons of already existing symptoms because some are hard to make out in calendar view.
Developed by Pro Active App.
WomanLog Pro Calendar is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jan 09, 2020and the current version is 5.8.8.
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WomanLog Pro Calendar have a 384a user reviews.
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