The moment you find out your pregnant, a rush of emotions can run through you. Shock, excitement, relief, joy, apprehension – these are just some of the feelings women experience. And then there’s the early symptoms of pregnancy like period pains, morning sickness, exhaustion and nausea. Pregnancy is a daunting experience for many women. But one way to alieve the stress and onslaught of questions are utilizing pregnancy apps that can help parents-to be from the planning and conception to monitoring each stage of pregnancy.
Here are the top 5 pregnancy apps for mums-to-be.
Fertility Friend – Helps you monitor your menstrual cycle and charts when you ovulate. The app also charts temperature and other symptoms that help analyse your fertility. It has special features like an alarm that reminds you of important information.
Ovia – Many mums have sworn by Ovia Health™ app, which has emerged as the leader in digital healthcare technology for women and families. Ovia have create a few apps to help women on their pregnancy journey. Ovia Fertility, Ovia Pregnancy and Ovia Parenting, have helped millions of women track their cycles, conceive naturally and live happier, healthier lives.
Glow Nurture – This app can track unique patterns in your pregnancy and explain a dozen moods and symptoms with intuitive charts. The app gives you DAILY updates on how your baby looks and what’s going on.
What to Expect – If you read the book, What to Expect when You’re Expecting, then you can download the app for free. It keeps track of your baby’s development, tracking your pregnancy week by week. There is also a due date calendar so you can know when to expect your baby.
My Pregnancy and Baby Today – This app tracks your pregnancy daily and shows how your baby is growing. The app connects you with mums who are due the same birth month as you. There are videos that help you understand what is going on during your pregnancy and what to expect during labour. The app also offers nutrition tips and recipes.
What pregnancy apps did you use during pregnancy?