Wellness app to help women manage endometriosis symptoms.
“Stage IV Endometriosis warrior Melissa Turner developed Endo Empowered to provide women with the tools she used to improve her endo experience. There are dietary and lifestyle suggestions to help naturally manage endo symptoms, as well as a 21-day wellness challenge. (Going to bed before 10:00 PM or eating something green each day are just a few of the to-do’s.) Another popular feature? Daily self-care reminders, which can be set to any time, in any time zone. “The Endo Empowered platform was inspired by a strong desire to help women around the world by empowering them with tools, support, and hope to manage endometriosis and make life a little easier,” says Turner.”Bethanne Black, Endometriosis Foundation of America | http://bit.ly/2PajIu3
Intended to improve the chances of conception.
App enabling women to track their periods and specific symptoms of endometriosis and other reproductive diseases.
“After suffering years of unexplained symptoms and multiple hospital visits, Flutter founder Kirsty Curry was diagnosed with endometriosis at age 28. Soon after, she sought on a mission to help other women more quickly navigate the road to diagnosis. Curry and her husband, both app-designers and developers, created Flutter. The app comes complete with a community to share experiences with as well as a handy symptom tool that can help users better advocate for themselves in the doctor’s office. “I also wanted an easy way to share a journal with your doctor, so we added an export tool, says Curry, who is also a board member for The Endometriosis Foundation of America. “The journal allows detailed symptomatology tracking that’s specific to endometriosis, which may help with screening and symptom management. And sharing the tracker with your doctor can eventually help with diagnosis.”Bethanne Black, Endometriosis Foundation of America | http://bit.ly/2PajIu3
Visual consultation programme which aims to improve the chances of conception by bringing together the medical and spiritual factors that influence fertility.
An app for a social network and support group for women living with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
“myPCOSteam is a free social network that makes it easy for you to:
When you or a loved one are first diagnosed, it's not uncommon to feel alone and uncertain of where to find the best information and people that can help you now. We believe in making it easy to find the best people around you to help you get the answers you need, and to find support from people who can truly relate. The main currency on our site is trust – the more you share in posts and your stories, the more questions you ask and answer, the more your support will be valued by other members.
myPCOSteam is the only social network where you can truly connect, make real friendships, and share daily ups and downs in a judgment-free place.”PCOS Awareness Association, USA, a volunteer-based not for profit organization for the education, awareness and support of people affected by Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. The Association approached the developer MyHealthTeams to set up the social network | http://www.pcosaa.org/mypcosteam/
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