Men Use Cell Phone to Track Partner's Fertility and Menstruation

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EggAlert, an innovative new service by PDAHealthWare, Inc., allows men to use their cell phone to receive text messages of when their girlfriends or wives are most likely to become pregnant and when their next menstrual period is likely to begin, before premenstrual symptoms start.

A new text messaging service, called EggAlert, allows men to get notified on their cell phone of their wives or girlfriends ovulation, fertility, and menstrual periods each month. The menstrual period notifications are received five days prior to the onset of menstruation, typically before premenstrual symptoms start.

EggAlert is an innovative program that will notify men when their wives or girlfriends are ovulating, fertile, and likely to start their menstrual period. Men just need to do a little math. They need to remember when their partners started their last menstrual period, and how long it took between menstrual periods. On average 28 days is the normal. It can be adjusted each month if it's a few days longer or shorter.

In addition, using research that employs theories about the timing of conception and its influence on conceiving a boy or girl, EggAlert can also allow couples to implement this theory which may increase their ability to select the gender of their child.

EggAlert is ideal for busy couples who are trying to become pregnant, or men who wish to track their partner's menstrual cycle, but don't have the time to sit a computer and track each and every detail of their cycle. Dr. Dave', CEO of PDAHealthWare, Inc., states, "EggAlert significantly increases a woman's chances of pregnancy with very little time required on their part." It also notifies them of when a new menstrual period is likely to start, 5 days before the onset of menstruation and before premenstrual symptoms.

EggAlert is available by subscription at and can be canceled by the user at anytime without penalties or charges.


Amarish Dave



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