Here are 5 unique pregnancy apps to help you through the joys and trials from pre to post-natal care.
From the moment you find out that you’re pregnant, a whole slew of questions enters your mind. What can I eat? Is it safe to exercise? Can I still take my prescriptions? Lucky for you, there are a ton of great apps out there that will provide you with information available right at your fingertips!
The Bump – Pregnancy Tracker
If you’re a first-time millennial parent, then The Bump – Pregnancy Tracker app is for you. Created by the same folks who brought us The Bump and The Knot (and your beautiful wedding website), this app includes a planner to help you prepare for doctor visits, a 3D visualization of your baby’s growth, and exclusive offers, discounts, and giveaways!
Expectful: Mom & Baby Wellness
The Expectful app offers a more holistic approach to pregnancy from fertility through your baby’s first year. Features include meditations, sleep stories, live yoga classes, support groups, courses, and resources to help reduce anxiety and stress.
Coming up with the perfect name for your baby can be a daunting task. Gone are the days of flipping through a book of baby names thanks to the Baby Names app! You’ll be able to filter your search by top baby names, origin, meaning, and which names are trending. You can also save a list of favorites to help you narrow down your selections.
Move Your Bump
Keeping healthy before, during, and after your pregnancy is vital, but it’s not always easy. The Move Your Bump app is here to help! It offers 24/7 on-demand access to hundreds of workouts that you can stream from your favorite device and weekly nutrition plans tailored to fit your needs based on the stage of motherhood you’re in.
Ever wonder if that medication or supplement you’re taking is safe to take while pregnant or breastfeeding? With the MommyMeds app, you’ll be able to confirm whether or not it is safe or find a safe alternative option. The features include an easy rating system and the option to scan medication packaging for safety ratings with a database of over 70,000 drugs and medications.
Have you got questions about your pregnancy? We’re here to help. Contact Women’s Health Associates to learn more