I want women to be empowered, proactive, and most of all, supportive. The more we talk about women’s reproductive health the faster we solve problems.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) August 16, 2016
Kristy Curry, a long-time endometriosis sufferer and app developer in Brooklyn, NY creates free iOS app to help women screen for endometriosis, a disease which can take 8 years to diagnose in the US.
Flutter is a free iOS app that gives women a way to screen for endometriosis and other reproductive diseases without a doctor visit. With Flutter’s Journal and Calendar features, women can record their symptoms, moods and fluctuations over the course of their cycles. When it’s time to see a physician, with one tap they can export this data to a PDF.
“Flutter allows you to track your symptoms, take a self-diagnosis test and find an endometriosis doctor that can and will help you. It’s a way to keep tabs on your health versus just going to your annual appointment like it is a mandatory oil change,” says Curry. “I want the app to allow women to be in control of their health, to be proactive.”
Using a holistic approach to women’s reproductive health, the Flutter app, website, blog and YouTube channel provide nutritional guidance, exercise tips and relaxation techniques.
“I envision the Flutter community growing as a supportive forum for women to share,” says Curry. “I want women to be empowered, proactive, and most of all, supportive. The more we talk about women’s reproductive health the faster we solve problems.”
An Android version of the app is in development, as are a community feature and clinician portal which connects women with their care team.
Kristy and her husband Jason own and operate Faction Studio in Brooklyn, NY which was recently recognized as one of the top 10 mobile app development firms in NYC. Please visit http://www.flutterhealth.com for more information and links to our social media profiles and YouTube channel.
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