Hormonal birth control doesn’t work for all women—some experience side-effects, others just aren’t comfortable with the idea of altering their bodies in such a fundamental way. These are the alternatives.
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Managing your period is time-consuming and expensive, and we’ve all heard stories about wearing white pants on the wrong day. Many women carry the necessities around with them all the time—in case a friend, co-worker, or even a stranger in a public bathroom, might find herself in a messy predicament.
Breasts are particularly responsive to hormonal fluctuations. During pregnancy, breasts undergo considerable changes in preparation for breastfeeding. It can be hard to maintain the same youthful silhouette after giving birth, but there are methods for taking care of your breasts.
The human body is programmed to reproduce in order to prevent extinction. Women’s bodies even has a special alert system, “the biological clock”, that can wreak havoc on the mind.
The libido, or sex drive, is a natural desire for sex. Sexual appetite can be influenced by such factors as health, mood, and emotional connection with your partner.
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WomanLog

Period Tracker & Calendar

A menstrual and fertility calendar for women.
  • Extremely reliable
  • Very helpful
  • Easy to use
  • Great features
  • Excellent choice

Key Features



Period tracker for both regular and irregular cycle.
Period, fertility and ovulation forecast. Standard and advanced mode (on the basis of the previous cycle data and depending on the fluctuations of the cycle length during the previous months).
Over 100 symptoms, other options like weight, BBT, moods, pills, sex life, cervical mucus, graphs and much more.
Various daily reminders: Menstruation, Ovulation, Weight, BBT, Multivitamin pill, Breast self exam, Contraceptive pill, NuvaRing, Contraceptive patch, Depo-Provera injection, IUD.
Sharing data with your partner and data sync between multiple devices.