Want to time your contractions with a device that costs hundreds?Bloomlife aims to calm the anxieties of pregnancy, but costs way too much.
Bloomlife is this really interesting wearable that attaches to the front of your belly if you're a pregnant woman, and basically tracks the muscle movements. It will tell you when you're having contractions and if they are contractions that you don't really need to worry about that are pre-labor, or if they're actually signalling that you're going into real labor. Now Bloomlife isn't FDA approved, and so that means it's not going to give you any kind of diagnostic information. It's not gonna give you anything more than you would get with a normal stopwatch measuring the time between contractions and the length The contractions. To know whether they're actually beating up the labor. So because of its price tag of a $149 plus a slowly diminishing fee every month after that for the continued service of the app and the customer service, it really isn't a very economical choice to buy.