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I like the actual timing of the contractions however, it would be more helpful to know what the level of intensity of the contractions are. Being able to "rate" the pain level of each contraction would be better because Braxton Hicks contractions can come on the regular but unfortunately not be a good indicator of actual labor. Also, according to most OBs/midwives, the rule to go to the hospital follows 5-1-1. Contractions that are 5 mins apart, 1 minute in duration and lasting for 1 hour. The app told me to head to he hospital when my contractions were ranging from 11 to 17 to 8 mins apart. It appears to only take into consideration if you've had 4 contractions total before suggesting to head in but not really considering the spacing aspect. Again, I do like the ability to see the time frame between multiple contractions but I feel there are features that would be more beneficial when actually determining if labor is real.
Honestly overall it's nice, but owning it is almost no different than free and you can't do a separate session. Which may sound silly but I can't link my email into my phones mail settings as I use a non supported email. So I can't even export my data... and it doesn't tell you the overall start time and end time nor does it let you "pause" It says to potentially shower and eat but to do so you may not be recording contractions... overall it's simple to use which I like but a little disappointing.
I wish there was a way to change the date of the contraction. I find myself forgetting I started a contraction and if I do this just before midnight and the contraction runs over into midnight accidentally, I can’t adjust it back to the time the contraction actually ended. It won’t let you change the day. I know I should just be staying in the app and ending the contraction when it actually stops for more accuracy but I’m forgetful. Otherwise I like the app. It does its job. Just could use some improvements.
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