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Time it baby - Contractions and Labor Timer

This Contraction Timer allows you to track the start and stop of your contractions and automatically calculates their duration and frequency

This Contraction Timer allows you to track the start and stop of your contractions and automatically calculates their duration and frequency

Time it baby - Contractions and Labor Timer

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Time it baby - Contractions and Labor Timer
Time it baby - Contractions and Labor Timer
Time it baby - Contractions and Labor Timer

What is it about?

This Contraction Timer allows you to track the start and stop of your contractions and automatically calculates their duration and frequency.

Time it baby - Contractions and Labor Timer

App Details

Version
1.33
Rating
NA
Size
1Mb
Genre
Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
October 8, 2014
Release date
January 9, 2014
More info

App Store Description

This Contraction Timer allows you to track the start and stop of your contractions and automatically calculates their duration and frequency.

Don't stress out fumbling for a pen and paper while trying to calculate your contractions.

◦ Live duration timer during a contraction
◦ Easy starting and stopping of contraction timer with visual indicator
◦ Clean and simple interface
◦ Undo your contractions in case you make a mistake
◦ Monitor your labor progression using the built-in graphs

This app automatically keeps record of the start/end date and time, contraction duration, and frequency. Register a contraction with a simple touch.

This app is the easy and accurate way to track your contractions so you know the perfect time to leave for the hospital.

This app helps you time how long and how frequent your contractions are when going into labour. It shows the time of each contraction, their durations and the interval between them.

View your contraction history in the history section. You can see the duration between contractions and the contractions in the charts.