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About this app

The PCOS Tracker helps you track your PCOS & PMS symptoms and also your periods on a calendar. You can download & share your tracked data as and when needed. Visit https://pcostracker.app to learn more.

The PCOS Tracker is for you, if you are a woman diagnosed with PCOS or if you think you may have PCOS, or if you are looking for PCOS support. It is your PCOS diary to keep track of your PCOS symptoms that may fluctuate every month around your periods, such as hair loss, acne, periods pain, extra hair growth and PCOS weight gain including daily diet, daily exercise and fitness. Phone sensors and wearables will keep track of your steps and sleep. You can monitor your motor function and cognition by performing ‘active tasks’ integrated into the app. You may also get data insights and new health information on women’s health focusing on PCOS health, in blogs & articles updated in the Insights/References section of this PCOS app.

The daily log helps you note down your PCOD symptoms that you experienced throughout a particular day. The monthly log helps you note & track symptoms, specifically around your menstrual cycles.

Many of us experience physical discomfort or mood changes during the days before menstruation. When these symptoms happen month after month and affect normal life, they are known as PMS. You can track your premenstrual syndrome symptoms via the app.

You can download your data at will, if you need to see how you were doing all these days and months. For example, you can track what effects the new diet, or the new workout you started a few weeks back will have on your daily and monthly PCOS symptoms. Moreover, you can share the data with your health advisors, so as to have a clear communication, that may help plan your treatment and management of your condition better.

The graphs and charts section of the app gives insights on how your PCOS buddies are doing, showing aggregate insights on responses filled in by PCOS Tracker users.

Leaderboard keeps track of the number of steps you walked and keeps you motivated to do more.

Find PCOS related news, research updates, and PCOS Tracker app related information in the references and links section. You can also get your queries answered & discussed by PCOS experts & patient advocates via CureTalks links updated in the references section periodically. These talks aim to discuss issues related to women’s health & PCOS - such as PCOS diet and exercise, PCOS related digestive issues, depression associated with PCOS, weight loss with PCOS, effect of smoking on PCOS, PCOS pain, PCOS insomnia and more.

You can opt to receive reminders for filling in your logs and viewing all new health content added in the app. You have the option to stop using the app at any time.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a medical condition characterized by high levels of male hormones in women leading to missed or irregular periods, increased hair growth, increased acne, male-pattern baldness and multiple cysts on the ovaries. It is a very common condition with 1 in 5 women living with it, although many are unaware they have it.
Updated on
22 Apr 2024

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Ratings and reviews

103 reviews
A Google user
9 November 2019
This app is not useful in tracking personal PCOS symptoms as it does not clearly separate your own data from others'. The "leaderboard" serves only to make those with whose symptoms (or other health issues) limit their physical activity feel inadequate. The app also does not connect with very many health tracking apps at all. Even my Google health tracker wasn't an option.
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Jamie-lee Robinson
6 August 2023
Disappointing and misleading. It's reasonable to assume the planning of a 'PCOS Tracker' included even basic research to see how unpredictable and debilitating PCOS is and actually provide even the basics of logging vital info (esp. recent history) for our own awareness. Let alone valuable info for Clinicians etc which may be what gets us the treatment/procedure that gives us our lives back. This is purely for market research. Do better
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Styliani Kapioti - Fofana
20 March 2023
The app is terrible.Women with PCOs have irregular cycles this app is not taking consideration of this at all. I tried to full in all the correct data but still it was using the standard calculation for a woman with regular circle. Such a disappointment.
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