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    Default Contraction timer / labour app suggestions!

    Can anyone recommend a good iPhone app for timing contractions during labour??

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    Ipregnant pregnancy I think it's called. By wink pass creations. Not sure if it's free though sorry. It has info on pregnancy week by week and kick and contraction timers

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    The essential baby pregnancy app has a contraction timer. It is free and is easy to use (although my baby hasn't arrived yet so haven't actually used it during labour). Hopefully I will soon as I am now 1 week overdue

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    Thanks heaps. Mummywannabee hope things get started for you soon. Those last few weeks are so hard - can't imagine going over!!

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    Id suggest Contraction Master. You can find the app for the iphone easy. I just used it on the comp when I had my DD, I loved it, Id never used one before and Id def recommend it.

    And its also easy to use and understand.
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    I'll double check later but I think the one I had was called Labour Mate or something like that. I used it when I went into labour with DD and I was able to tell the midwife over the phone how far apart contractions were and what their duration was. It also meant I was able to tell them what time contractions started. It was a good app, would definitely recommend it.


 

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