Sorry, I thought of another question.
Does anyone use the MyDays app? Someone on another board mentioned it months ago and I downloaded it for future use. Just wondering if anyone has had any luck with it.
Meh. I've been using it for 2 years or so, only because I had irregular cycles a few times. It's good if you want to mark your cycles on a calendar and make notes, but unless you are every 28 days like clockwork, it's only a basic calendar really. It doesn't predict. I use it in conjuction with the FF app and OPKs.
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I used MyDays for a long time before I came on this board an discovered FF. I have pretty normal cycles, yet MyDays was always completely wrong about when to expect my period. I know you can imput BBT in there, but I never did, and when I used it there was not a place to imput CM.
In my opinion, FF is a zillion times better! Is there any reason you don't want to use FF? There is an app for it too, so imputting data on the go is easy, too. GL!
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