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contraction timer

(10 Posts)
KayTee87 Tue 28-Jun-16 11:48:50

Does anyone know of any good contraction tracker apps?

user1465823522 Tue 28-Jun-16 12:05:56

try a clock

KayTee87 Tue 28-Jun-16 12:18:36

That's a useful answer thanks biscuit

Why use a clock and have to remember timings when there's apps that can do it for you.

bippitybopityboo Tue 28-Jun-16 12:52:26

I'd like to know too I've heard they're good but never got the name of it
Hope someone nice and helpful comes along soon grin

MyKingdomForBrie Tue 28-Jun-16 12:59:19

If you put 'contraction timer' in the App Store a few come up - I'd pick one with good ratings and just see how it works - they're all free so nothing to lose!

Dixiechick17 Tue 28-Jun-16 15:01:22

I had one on my pad and a different one on my phone,they all did the same thing, so just I for whatever has the most/best reviews. There was actually a contraction timer on my pregnancy app.

60sname Tue 28-Jun-16 15:04:23

I used one simply called contraction timer. It has an orange logo of a clock and a smiley face. V easy to use and look back at even during contractions.

BeauticianNotMagician81 Tue 28-Jun-16 15:32:38

I have the Baby Bump App Kaytee and that has a contraction timer on it. Almost put it on last night damn Braxton Hicks.

KayTee87 Tue 28-Jun-16 15:54:05

Thanks all - starting to worry I won't actually know when I'm in labour as I've been getting all sorts of pains on and off for days now so I guess the best way to know would be to time and pains to see if they become regular, longer and closer together!

60sname Tue 28-Jun-16 19:13:02

And more painful intense. I was worried about this too but really, there's no mistaking it!

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