It might be the guilt or fear in every moment of hesitation, but even if the deed is not committed it might cause the worst fears to come true. Females face this issue once or twice a month (depending upon the days of the periodic cycle), but the exact date, severity of the cramps, the intensity of the flow and accompanying symptoms are not quite that consistent. When asked about that time of the month, chances are that females might simply hem and haw for a bit until they finally blurt out something generically, like “a few weeks ago”.
That seldom sounds good. Particularly knowing the zilch about the menstrual cycle, every woman isn’t just inconvenient at the doctor’s clinic (or when they realize they need a tampon), but it also sets them up for being in the dark about more important stuff like their hormones, fertility and reproductive health in general.
Changes to the menstrual cycle or abnormalities like irregular or severe pain followed by heavy bleeding can all signal issues that benefit from a medical evaluation. But in case of delays in tracking, the symptoms are difficult to be realized right away.
The mhealth market is awashed with fitness tracking, diet and nutrition, disease management, and lifestyle management apps. Many vendors have recently shifted from developing fitness applications to developing digital products that also cover women’s health needs.
Tracking (Ovulation tests, cervical mucus quality, basal body temperature, calculating when period is due, and type of discharge, stool, typical period cycle length, cramps, headache, and flow intensity) makes it convenient for the user to head towards their gynecologist if they sense any funky stuff and it helps them realize what exactly is going on. Women’s health tracker apps can as well be helpful in pinpointing individual’s fertility window, can suggest what small lifestyle changes are required around that time (can require scheduling extra downtime to combat low energy or being aware of eating habits when cravings start).
Every female is not convinced with the idea of tracking their health and monitor fertility. Besides efficacy and privacy being some of the reasons to wary about, there are some good reasons as well. It lets them know about their reproductive capacities, indicates about general health, or maybe it’s just the time to plan a vacation so that she is not going to be bloated, miserable, and disinclined to get into a bathing suit. Some of the best available women health apps available in the market are:
Without having to run hither and thither, looking forward to that time of the month; the easiest way to understand your body is to keep track of when it’s due and make notes of your varying PMS symptoms. Enrich your life with easy-to-use health tracking apps, which helps you do everything required at that hour, from predicting menstrual cycle to spotting overall health trends that a female needs to know about. Shift your stance from just seeing, hearing, judging and reacting to one of observing, listening, reflecting and responding. We have a solution to complement your business idea to make a health app and help you spend more time productively in quietude and foster creative thinking. Hire an Indian app developer!
Neeti got her master's degree in software engineering in 2009 and has been working since for software companies of all sizes as a technical writer. What started as a high school passion has now been converted into a serious profession. She has a special knack of learning from all verticals and imbibing the extracts into her writing. She enjoys learning technical aspects of writing from her tasks where her experience and understanding are most impactful.