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Ovulation tracking

(Topic created: 12-02-2021 11:11 PM)
userXyfD6kuMfN
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Looking to track basal body temperature for ovulation purposes. A rise in basal body temperature indicates a female ovulated. See the ava braclet. Would like an all in one.

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SamsungJace
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Samsung_TPQAPvn
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Same! I am not a fan of using multiple apps to track my health. I have to use a separate app to track my Basal body temperature to find when I am ovulating and I end up tracking my period and weight there too. I find it very inconvenient to have to enter my period and weight on two apps. I know Samsung partners with Glow but that still requires two inputs instead and they don't share weight or temperature information. I would appreciate it all in one. Apple health has all of them so I have been considering switching. 

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