How to track your periods without using an app

In light of the Supreme Court ruling to overthrow Roe vs. Wade, women across the United States have deleted their period tracking programs, fearing it could be used against them should they live in one of the states that banned abortion. If you’ve concerned about the security of your personal data on period applications, we’ve talked to a cybersecurity expert here. You will also want to see our guide on how to turn off location tracking on your smartphone.

But how complicated is it to track your period without using an application? And how easy is it to work out your most fertile days? To find out more, we spoke with Dr. Michael Belmonte, an obstetrician-gynecologist in Colorado and a fellow Physician for Reproductive Health.

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