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Old 09-29-2011, 08:10 AM
Miriam Ruiz
 
Default Bug#643743: ITP: pcalendar -- track menstrual cycles and predict fertility periods

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Miriam Ruiz <little_miry@yahoo.es>


* Package name : pcalendar
Version : 3.2
Upstream Author : Mar'yan Rachynskyy <mrach@users.sourceforge.net>
* URL : http://linuxorg.sourceforge.net/
* License : GPL-3+
Programming Lang: Java
Description : track menstrual cycles and predict fertility periods

Periodic Calendar is a GUI application which assists in women menstrual
cycles tracking and fertility periods prediction. This information can
be used as supportive either for conception or contraception planning.
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Periodic Calendar provides support for BBT and sympto-thermal methods
which have the highest reliability in fertility periods prediction. User
can choose any subset of the features to be used or even fall to the
generic
calendar method (which if used alone is very unreliable).
.
Authors of the Periodic Calendar still insist on not being an equal
substitute to the fertility planning consultants or doctors. Before
using this application please talk to your doctor or read a good book
on the subject.
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THIS PROGRAM PREDICTIONS IN NO CASES CAN BE USED AS FINAL. THE METHODS USED
ARE NOT 100% EFFECTIVE FOR ALL WOMEN.



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