Want to get knocked up? There's an App for that
The frustrating thing about getting pregnant is that it often happens either far too easily or not nearly easily enough.
It's a game of UNO if you're a bewildered teenager and chess by mail if you've been trying to start a family for years.
One British couple is crediting the conception of their baby to an iPhone App. Lena Bryce, 30, said she and husband, Dudley, tried to get pregnant for four years. But just two months after downloading a fertility calculator, Britain's "first iPhone baby" was in the oven.
Suggesting that infertility can be solved with a quick trip to iTunes store would be a gross overstatement. But as anyone who has fumbled with a thermometre and a bedside calendar can attest, sometimes it's a bit of a trick to get the timing right. What our high school guidance counsellors suggested could be accomplished on a particularly frisky trip to the movies, can be mystifyingly akin to timing a hole in one with Halley's comet.
So if an App is easier for you than basal temperature and a Filofax, why not? Maybe it'll help you remember when to book a meal at a nice restaurant.
Here's a similar App called iPregnant.
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