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vagina? hello, it’s the internet calling: periods for the numerically challenged

Posted on: Saturday, June 21, 2008

Not to alienate the little sausage we have on this blog – which is oddly mostly women compared to our high school – but I have discovered new avenues of usefulness for the internet for all the women out there who can’t count, don’t remember or have to make up oddly convoluted systems to keep track. From their website:

 

Mon.thly.Info is a simple tool to help you keep track of your menstrual cycles. Each time you start your period, add the date to your Mon.thly account, and it will use your history to predict the next time your cycle will start. This provides you with a record of your menstrual cycles, which can be an important addition to your medical history. If you want, Mon.thly will also email you a customized reminder before or on your next estimated start date.”

 

Sheer brilliance.

 

P.S. I waffled, as you can see, with titles for this post. Plz comment with your own clever one-sentence introduction for this fantastic innovation. And applaud Al Gore for basically, inventing the Internet.

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3 Responses to "vagina? hello, it’s the internet calling: periods for the numerically challenged"

Hmmm…interesting. I don’t know if I’ll make use of it. I’ve been keeping track of menstrual cycles properly by just writing them down on a cue card in my journal for a whole year now, and that seems to have worked. There are usually enough physical indicators if I’m being even remotely attentive, so I’ve got enough forewarning from my body as is. Thanks, though!

haha, this seems pretty useful. I think I will use it mostly because I am curious about it’s accuracy. Keep alienating the sausage, I don’t mind 😛

trackin ur period: ur doin it rong

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