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Use this ovulation calculator to make accurate calculation of your fertile days and increase the chances of getting pregnant. Use this ovulation calculator to make accurate calculation of your fertile days and increase the chances of getting pregnant.
Period Tracker, Women's Menstrual & Fertility Calendar, Monthly Diary, Ovulation Calendar, Ovulation, Conception, Gender Prediction & Pregnancy Calculator

Period & Ovulation Tracker

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Are you looking for an easy way to keep track of your menstrual cycle?

Would you like to boost your chances of getting pregnant?

Do you want to avoid getting pregnant?

Well, ladies, Period & Ovulation Tracker is a life-changing app that helps you with all this and much more. The best part is…it’s FREE ovulation calculator and ovulation calendar! The app keeps getting better as you enter more data.

Track your period
Ladies who need to keep track of their menstrual periods, Period & Ovulation Tracker can

  • Mark the beginning and end date of your period and the duration.
  • Make a note of the flow; spotting, low, medium or heavy.
  • Enter the most common PMS symptoms that you exhibit.

Period & Ovulation Tracker goes the extra mile by:

  • Calculating and predicting future period dates
  • Notifying you about your date beforehand, so that you stay alert
  • Maintaining your complete period diary
  • Showing the history of previous menstrual cycles
  • Storing every entry you make as text notes

Get pregnant
For ladies who want to get pregnant, Period & Ovulation Tracker is a lifesaver that offers a number of features

  • Calculates the ovulation date based on BBT (Body Basal Temperature), cervical mucus, ovulation symptoms, saliva ferning and ovulation prediction kit test data
  • Displays the most fertile days when your chances of conceiving are the highest
  • Notifies you about the day you need to take a pregnancy test
  • Gives you detailed charts and graphs of BBT, cervical mucus, position, opening and firmness
  • Calculates the chances of conceiving a boy or a girl based on scientific methods like the Shettles and the Whelan method
  • Allows you to enter intimacy data of protected/unprotected sex to check whether you are timing it correctly to get pregnant
  • Users can export all these charts and send them via email to maintain a record of everything or share it with your doctor.

I am pregnant
Congratulations!

If you’re already pregnant, then Period & Ovulation Tracker has some extremely useful information to offer. Our app calculates your due date and also offers valuable insight into your baby’s developmental milestones.

Avoid pregnancy
Period & Ovulation Tracker also helps ladies who don’t want to get pregnant as natural contraception

  • It uses fertility awareness methods to calculate the dates when you need to avoid unprotected sex
  • It notifies you about the same beforehand, so that you stay alert
  • It also alerts you about natural birth control

Charting of the menstrual cycle is one of the first tools that a woman can use to determine when she's ovulating. In general, as the menstrual cycle progresses, and progesterone is produced at the time of ovulation, a woman's temperature begins to rise. We call that a biphasic curve. In the first 14 days of the cycle, or the first half of the cycle, temperature levels are low. In the second half of the cycle, temperature levels rise. The ability to detect that temperature rise will detect when a woman is, in fact, ovulating. Woman can therefore start testing their temperature, usually the first thing in the morning, or at least at the same time every day, starting on day one of their period.

Some woman are a little bit confused about what is truly day one of their period. Is it the first day of spotting or is it the first day of flow? Well, unfortunately, there is no consensus among fertility doctors about what is truly day one. Most, however, consider the first day of flow as the first day of the menstrual cycle. That's the first day that the temperature should be taken, recorded, and should be taken everyday at the same time. If a woman has a fever at a particular time, has the flu, a cold, any other thing that is going on, she should record that at the time. In addition, she should consider looking at her cervical mucus.

Although, some women are uncomfortable with this, cervical mucus can tell a lot about when ovulation is occurring. Cervical mucus that's very watery and thin tends to occur when estrogen levels are high, and prior to ovulation. Post-ovulation, mucus becomes very, very thick, and viscous. In pregnancy, it becomes so viscous that it forms what is called the mucus plug, that protects the cervix from outside contaminants. Basal body temperature testing is an important component of early management of fertility issues.

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Benefits of using Period & Ovulation Tracker

Get all these awesome features in our app

User-friendly Interface

Just tap on a date to enter information

Simple Calendar

Simple and native calendar view displays all significant dates for the entire month

Period Diary

Users can manage period logs of all the previous and current cycles


Knowledge Base

Help Center with lots of information about menstrual cycle, charting BBT and cervical mucus, OPK Test and saliva ferning

Gender Prediction

Calculates the chances of conceiving a boy or a girl based on scientific methods like the Shettles and the Whelan method

BBT Chart

Gives you detailed charts and graphs of BBT, cervical mucus, position, opening and firmness. Export and share charts.

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Cheers to women’s health and fertility. Everything is now just a click away with Period & Ovulation Tracker! Download our app, use it and recommend it your friends and all the ladies you know. Spread the word!

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If you found any issues or have an idea for new features or improvements or simply say hi, feel free to drop us a line.