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Track your menstrual cycle.
Predict ovulation to indicate days of increased fertility.
Track your menstrual cycles.
Designed by a practicing ObGyn, Menstrual Chart (mChart) enables you to accurately and easily keep track of bleeding and cycle related symptoms....
Track information about your health and menstrual cycles.
Learn about the menstrual cycle!Menstrual Cycle is a fully-featured flash card app that helps you learn about the menstrual cycle.Included in this...
Aplicacin que calcula la fecha de tu prximo perodo. Puedes programar una alerta 2 das antes de la llegada de tu perodo.
Menstruation tracker the easiest way to record feminine menstruationConvenient and lovelyEasily record. Just record your basic temperature...
Display days with increased probability of getting pregnant and make related predictions.
Keep track of the flow of your menses.
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Amazon's new Android app store will "help customers find and discover" apps -- and before applying the blunt weight of its marketing it'll run them through its approval process.
Design student envisions a device made of medical-grade silicone that makes it easy for women to collect their menstrual stem cells.
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Researchers in the U.K. unveil the DuoFertility Monitor, which they say shows how fertile a woman is at any given moment with 99 percent accuracy.