Today I am delving into the topic of charting apps in a special solo episode. There are hundreds of various period tracker and fertility awareness charting apps that allow you to input your data. Most (if not all) of these apps have settings that predict when you ovulate and tell you when your period comes. In today’s episode, I share the top 10 issues that arise when using charting apps that predict ovulation, as well as my top tips for choosing which charting app to use!
Today’s episode is also sponsored by my 10 Week Fertility Awareness Mastery Group Program. The next session begins in July 2018!
You are invited to join us in the Fertility Awareness Mastery program! You’ll have an opportunity to master Fertility Awareness, take a deep dive into your cycles, gain confidence charting your cycles, and gain deep insights into the connection between your health, your fertility, and your cycles. Click here to apply now!
The difference between FAM and the rhythm method
Do charting apps cause confusion?
- Should you use apps as birth control or as a tool for data entry?
Has your charting app been tested scientifically for efficacy?
Why most apps overestimate your fertile window to achieve higher effectiveness
How frequently do apps estimate your fertile window incorrectly?
- What you need to know about using charting apps
How to choose a charting app
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Music Credit: Intro/Outro music Produced by J-Gantic
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This episode is sponsored by my 10 Week Fertility Awareness Mastery Group Program! Master Fertility Awareness and take a deep dive into your cycles and how they relate to your overall health! Click here to apply now!