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EB EggTimer ovulation calendar iPhone app
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Posted 16 January 2012 - 08:17 AM
Essential Baby is pleased to announce that we have launched the EB EggTimer ovulation calendar.
This period and fertility app is available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad - A must for every woman planning a pregnancy.
Trying to get pregnant?
Essential Baby's fertility application is a calendar tool to record, track and observe your cycle to help you on your journey when you are trying to conceive. It's the must-have application for those trying to conceive! Plus it's FREE!
• Predicts your future periods and approximate fertile phases from the data you have entered
• Alerts for when you are most fertile and for when your period is due
• Due date calculator built-in when you record a positive pregnancy test result
• Handy tips and information on conception, fertility, ovulation, health and nutrition and pregnancy
• Record results of Ovulation Predictor Kit (OPK) and Home Pregnancy Test (HPT)
• Email your cycle information and basal charts to share with your doctor or fertility specialist (requires internet connection)
• Displays your cycle in a calendar view
Disclaimer: Each woman's ovulation can vary under circumstances. Do not rely on EB EggTimer to avoid pregnancy. This tool uses approximate prediction and intended for recording and observation purposes only.
Available on the iTunes store.
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