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With time we’ve developed and added other tools & calculators ladies might need, and we’re constantly adding more useful articles & guides on the topics of:

Our Contributors

Here are our featured medical writers and reviewers:

Dr Anique Ali

Ali Anique holds an MBBS degree from the Nishtar Medical University and currently works as a doctor at Nishtar Hospital, the biggest hospital of south Punjab province in Pakistan.

Dr Afzaal Ahmad

Doctor Afzaal Ahmad is a Researcher, Microbiologist and Medical Writer. He is holding a Ph.D. degree in clinical microbiology and a Master’s degree in psychology.

Dr. Preet Pal SB

Dr. Preet Pal SB is a physician (M.D. Medicine) with a specialization in diabetes (Fellowship in diabetes, Royal Liverpool Academy). He is a lifetime member of Indian Medical Association (UP/12531/14/469/ 204643/2015-16/L).

Dr Ahmed Zayed

Dr. Ahmed Zayed has a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and Surgery. He has 8 years of experience in his field and obtained his MBBS after he graduated from the University of Alexandria in Egypt.

Dr Nuwanthi Fernando

Dr. Nuwanthi Fernando, MD, is a Member of the European Medical Writer’s Association

Other Contributors:

Dr Kuldeep Verma
Daniella Hall
Faiza Aijaz
Karen Samuels
Sylverline Odili
Ana Jasko
Lilian Some

Why Should You Calculate Your Period

Planning is key in many aspects of life and that truth holds when tracking your period. Knowing when you are going to menstruate can help you plan events accordingly. With a menstrual cycle calculator, it’s much easier to plan for a period-free trip to the beach.
It can also tell you whether or not your monthly visitor will be coming along for a big even that you are taking part of.

A period calendar is even more important if you are sexually active or are trying to conceive.

Although there are different kinds of birth control methods, not all of them are 100% effective and as such, you need to know whether or not a missed period is indeed an unplanned pregnancy.

Also, keeping track of your period is helpful when trying to conceive as it lets you know the days when you are most fertile which increases the chances of conception.

Use our fertility calculator to calculate your fertile days and your next period or browse through many of our articles.

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