MyMonthlyCycles.com streamlines the tracking of menstrual cycles and is an excellent resource for women. When a patient comes for her gynecologic visit and has a concise recording of her menstrual cycle and symptoms, it makes it easier for me as her gynecologist to efficiently and effectively diagnose reproductive problems.
(PRWEB) August 17, 2005
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 17, 2005 Â MyMonthlyCyclesÂ (http://www.MyMonthlyCycles.com) today announced the launch of numerous site enhancements, including a new, free menstrual period calculator, a more detailed menstrual cycle tracking calendar, a tool for perimenopause symptom tracking, and a fertility reminder.
MyMonthlyCycles is a unique online resource that enables a woman to track all aspects of her monthly cycle, from her menstrual periods and menstrual cycle lengths, to when she should do her monthly breast self exam, to fertility details. Users can also monitor over three dozen menstrual and PMS symptoms Â cramps, mood changes, anxiety, fatigue, headaches, weight gain, and more.
"The menstrual cycle is a critical function of the female body, and following patterns in menstrual cycles and associated symptoms can be crucial in identifying emerging diseases or conditions of reproductive organ structure or function," explains Wendy Fried, M.D., FACOG, FACS of North Hills, N.Y. "MyMonthlyCycles.com streamlines the tracking of menstrual cycles and is an excellent resource for women. When a patient comes for her gynecologic visit and has a concise recording of her menstrual cycle and symptoms, it makes it easier for me as her gynecologist to efficiently and effectively diagnose reproductive problems."
The MyMonthlyCycles free menstrual history report is an important and helpful tool that easily and concisely relays information from patient to doctor. Available in several formats, including calendar and journal view, these reports detail past cycle activity. MyMonthlyChartsÂ, part of the site's premium services, takes reporting to the next level, with graphical menstrual and symptom charts that show cycle trends, and are helpful in identifying menstrual cycle changes.
"MyMonthlyCycles has been the greatest tool for me to communicate with my doctors," exclaims Julie, a MyMonthlyCycles user from California. "When I started exhibiting symptoms of premature menopause, I printed out detailed charts of my cycles, which helped my doctors diagnose my condition."
MyMonthlyCycles's free personalized menstrual and health reminders are a favorite with users. This opt-in service features 10 diverse categories, including reminders about one's annual gynecologist exam, mammograms and self breast exams, and notification that one's menstrual period is about to start. These reminders help MyMonthlyCycles users such as Jeanette from Canada better plan for and manage her menstrual cycles. "I set the period reminder to email me ten days before my period is due," Jeanette explains, "so that I can make dietary and lifestyle changes that help reduce my PMS symptoms."
Many are also using MyMonthlyCycles free fertility calendar for recording basal body temperature and cervical fluid changes throughout each menstrual cycle. For a woman with regular menstrual cycles, the ovulation calculator forecasts the approximate dates when she may ovulate and be fertile. Menstrual and fertility quizzes and polls are fun yet empowering sections that let MyMonthlyCycles visitors test their knowledge and share experiences about their monthly cycles.
Online since 2003, MyMonthlyCycles.com, owned and operated by bInfinity Web Inc., has grown into a leading provider of interactive tools and information to help women manage their health. For more information, visit http://www.MyMonthlyCycles.com.
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