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App didn't help me track my fertility. It worked better at allowing me a place to chart my cycle which is irregular. If you’re irregular like me this app will likely not help you with fertility tracking & if you fail to chart a period the app will automatically add it to your calendar so i had to go back and delete those that were inaccurately added by the app. If this were the only problem i would have rated app more stars but it loses major points for using questionable tactics to collect personal information which seems really irrelevant to fertility tracking. I would receive emails from the app asking questions what birth order is your mother and after you answer it would say your mothers birth order doesnt affect your fertility! Useless questions, only makes sense to be used to collect personal information. The other problem with the apps questions are that they ask health related questions like have you noticed excess facial/body hair and after answering yes it told me i should ask my Doctor about PCOS. This is awful because for one you should never tell someone they have a medical condition based on one similar symptom. Thats like telling an old person oh you have HIV because you’re always sick! This is awful because it creates unnecessary worry and stress. Shame on you Ovia. Long story short, I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS APP. Quit collecting personal information and giving out poor advice!
I’m just get started with the app, and from a usability perspective so far it seems fine. I predominately track basal body temperature and cervical fluid daily as part of the Fertility Awareness Method, so I’d prefer if those fields were closer to the top to minimize scrolling. The main reason for the mediocre score is the apps use of negative language around menstruation. In one section the app literally says “Nobody likes being on their period...” That’s no true! Some of us have had to work long and hard to get periods and are grateful when it comes, as it’s a sign of a happy health body. Also, the app recommends hormonal birth control to treat irregular periods. Eek! Hormonal birth control just masks the underlying causes of an irregular period. I direct app content developers to Lara Briden’s The Period Repair manual. More and more evidence is showing the detrimental effects of ongoing use of hormonal birth control for some women, especially those with conditions like PCOS. I like what the app is working towards, but it still represents some pretty unhealthy misconceptions around menstruation and women’s health. Please review and update your content. I’d love to give you 5 stars.
I loved this app when my husband and I first started TTC. But after three miscarriages it's not really working the way I wish it would. There is no option to mark a miscarriage besides reporting the loss and resetting the app. Which is fine unless you plan to keep tracking. I took a couple months off after my first (mostly bc it took 7 weeks to get my period), but it's always a pain to start tracking again in the app after a loss. This past time I didn't track my loss as a "period" and now I'm on a crazy cycle day number. I know it probably can't accurately "predict" after miscarriage, but I really miss the little insights and I wish it would just mark the first day of your miscarriage as cycle day 1 or something. Maybe I'm being extra picky and/or sensitive, but with the staggering statistic of 1/4 couples experiencing loss I think it's something to be noted. OVERALL I love the app interface - it's easy to track, use, update...Just wish losses were handled differently.
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