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Website Mon.thly.Info Tracks Your Menstrual Cycles Online

Website of the Day: Mon.thly

Sorry, boy geeks, the Website of the Day does not apply to you today. Mon.thly.Info is a free service that tracks your menstrual cycle. Can I be real with you? Like really, real? I was a little turned off when I first read the description, but the fact that the interface is totally simple (and, um, completely adorable), I changed my mind.

You input a couple important dates, and Mon.thly predicts when your cycle will start again and will even email you when you should, uh, expect things to happen. Hey, sometimes we get busy and can't keep track of these things!

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jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 8 years
this is cool
valencica valencica 9 years thanks :D
cbombnewell cbombnewell 9 years
I honestly have menstrual cycles that are all over the place.I'm going to try this out to see if it will work with my crazy butt!
tglynn tglynn 9 years
I just look at my pill case. LOL
aistea311 aistea311 9 years
love this. Simple and to the point. Thanks Geeksugar!
TidalWave TidalWave 9 years
i've been using for years!
warau warau 9 years
ooo this seems neat. I'm going to check out the site now!
lizrocks lizrocks 9 years
Scratch that. It *looks* fab but mymonthlycycles gives menstrual and fertility/ovulation info plus it allows you to track different symptoms and a lot more.
Pistil Pistil 9 years
I've seen these sites before and never bothered with it, but this could be really useful since I can never figure out my cycle and I'm not very diligent in writing anything down myself.
lizrocks lizrocks 9 years
I use mymonthlycycles to do this but that site looks a lot better!
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