Charting is a straightforward and inexpensive way for a woman to analyse her menstrual cycle to determine her fertile window.
Typically, basal body temperature, cervical mucus, and bleeding are recorded to determine a woman’s cycles and predict ovulation.
There are a number of fertility apps available online, but most of them seem to cater to the girliest of all women, complete with pink hues, sappy descriptions, and excess baby graphics.
Ova Ova is a new fertility app created by Amanda and Kevin Kohler that is perfect for women who are more interested in practicality than princesses.
Each day, the woman inputs her description of cervical fluid, basal body temperature, and sexual activity. Based on these data, the software determines the predicted ovulation day, which signals her peak fertility.
The app can be purchased for $36 and also features the option to track diet and exercise.