Generations of women have attempted confusing calculations and tools to predict their cycle and fertility details. Fortunately, Femta Ovulation Calendar provides one of the easiest ways to track this information so every woman can get an accurate picture.
This program looks like a normal desktop calendar when first viewed. However, a simple trip through the setup wizard will quickly get users on their way. Simply input the date of your last period and the program does all of the calculating. Your ovulation days are marked specifically on every month, providing a clear picture of your cycle. In addition, the calendar also highlights your fertility days, lactation days, and more.
The most impressive features of the Femta Ovulation Calendar are its charts. Easy-to-read bar charts below the months tell you quickly which days you are most likely to conceive, least likely to conceive, and even the best days to try for a boy or a girl.
The Femta Ovulation Calendar also proves very flexible. There are options allowing users to adjust the color and composition of the bar charts for a customizable look. In addition, the program also allows for inputting your period if it falls on a different day than the computer scheduled it.
Overall, this is a great download that appeals to anyone curious about tracking her cycle, but it could also be a powerful tool for women interested in getting pregnant or preventing pregnancy.
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Femta is an application for women to keep track of their menstrual cycles. Femta calculates the probabilities of becoming pregnant for every day and displays them in charts and a calendar. You can easily record information on your menstrual cycles, pregnancy, childbirth, and lactation. Femta helps you to predict future cycles, making it possible for you to plan menstruation-free events, such as vacations or a wedding.
When it works, it uses statistics of prior periods to project the ovulation calendar. Outdated, but intuitively clear interface.
Save your database regularly. It crushed on me 3 times in one year. The program does not back up the database automatically. The first time it happened, it was very bad, because the data of about 4-5 months just disappeared, never to be found again.
Save your data regularly. I'd say, at this level of (un)reliability, it is not worth buying.
not really user friendly
i wish it had a reminder or some sort of pop-pop
something seems off about this. Like its both too simple and complicated at the same time.i feel like the interface seems a bit archaic and that we've evolved but at the same time all the other's i've tried seem worst.
A number of graphs and charts, detailing fertile periods and safe/unsafe times to have sex (unsafe or safe, depending on whether you want to get pregnant :) )
Could be a little more graphically up-to-date, but it's not that big of a deal
After entering several of my cycles, Femta has done a great job of predicting ovulation and menstruation for subsequent cycles. There are a lot of other services on the web that provide this information with text, but I like being able to see the fertility charts
I compared this program to Perimon and have to say that Femta is less clear and less exact in predicting your next menstruation. Additionally the fertility information provided with Femta are "dangerous" and only usefull if you want to conceive.
I've had this program for several years. So far it hasn't let me down, no matter how erratic my periods have been at several points in the past years. Excelent for planning vacations. Great tool for your annual GYN visit.
I spent nights and nights looking for the best menstrual calendar...
I have already installed more than 24 different programs and FEMTA is the only one who makes the job! It has a good interface and is highly configurable... The statistics are very complete...
Do not read the FelineWarrior commente. She hasn't enter the Options Menu [by the way... if you get this kind of error go to the main menu and select the minimun period to the lowest you get :) simply enlarge the variation ]
This program is probably okay if your cycle is "normal." If your periods run too close together (according to FEMTA), you cannot add or extend the days. This is not helpful if you are trying to keep track of, say, an erratic period.