There are a number of helpful iPod applications that can be used by pregnant women to do things like track the baby’s growth or easily generate a due date. An application called Pregnancy App is designed to help shorten the waiting time before your child arrives, showing due date, progress of the pregnancy, the pregnancy week, and a countdown until birth. It also shows information with a picture of the baby’s development. Most women use things like menstrual apps to show them when their menstrual period will start. Using an app to track ovulation days has become increasingly popular when the UK’s first “iPhone Baby” was conceived.
The UK couple says they had been trying for years to conceive. With a little help from an iPhone app, they now have their baby Lola.
Lena Bryce and her partner Dudley desperately wanted a child. Lena told The Sun “It began to weight heavily on us. We were considering IVF and adoption when Dudley gave me the iPhone for my birthday. I put in ‘get pregnant’ and downloaded five apps”. Lena Bryce downloaded the apps and said “The Free Menstrual Calendar was the easiest to use so I stuck with it, and within two months I was pregnant”.
The 30-year old said she had been trying to conceive with her husband Dudley for over four years. In the end, all it took as a simple download for Lena to get pregnant, making her the mother the Britain’s first iPhone Baby.
The Free Menstrual Calendar highlights your most fertile day in pink, shows when your menstrual period begins, and includes predictions to due dates.
The whole ordeal raises some questions. You may wonder whether or not is is necessary to download an iPhone application in order to become pregnant. A simple calculation on a calendar, ovulation test, or a trip to the doctor could provide the same information as the app. At the end of the day, however, the free application was much cheaper than a trip to the doctor, and most likely reduced the time spent traveling and waiting in a waiting room.
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