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    Apps to track pregnancy growth
    concorde007 posted:
    My wife is pregnant and i would like to track her health and growth of the baby. Is there any tracker or website or Android/iphone mobile application which will help us to keep track of the changes. I need this to keep track as a backup to a manual file also help in tips or things to take care.

    Any help.

    scperdomo7 responded:
    You can try searching "pregnancy tracker" in your phone's app store.

    Currently, I have a app (there is also a coordinating website). It gives little updates on what to expect each week and things like that and every week on the appropriate day you get a little reminder tell saying "your baby is now "x" weeks old!"

    Congrats and good luck!

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