Sunday, October 25, 2015
Nowadays, the Internet can be used for almost anything: you can find the right outfit, explore new houses on the market, meet new people, and even discover how to grow your family. With the help of smartphone apps and FitBit-like devices, women can now track and understand their monthly menstrual cycles and pregnancies digitally.
Our dedicated GP, Dr. Helen Webberley, talked to The Guardian about this subject and she explained that “this is bringing technology into something we’ve known about for a long time. Anyone who uses this method will automatically understand their menstrual cycle, and for motivated women who have regular cycles, it can be an effective method of birth control.”
In addition to this, Dr. Helen also discussed how learning to track the cycle can also help a woman understand why she’s not getting pregnant, helping with issues related to fertility. To read the article and discover what else Dr. Helen had to say about the topic, simply click here.
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