You are now trying to conceive and, once you have, you will be able to continue using Flo in Pregnancy Mode. The app will supply you with information useful to women expecting a baby.
You will receive insight each day into how the baby is developing, what happens in your body as a mom-to-be, which supplements and foods you should include in your diet and which you should eliminate, whether it is okay to swim, drink coffee, drive a car or work during pregnancy, how to recognize the approaching labor, what to expect from the postpartum period, and much more.
Once in a while, the app will offer customized surveys that will help check your knowledge and teach you something new about your pregnancy. Use Flo to get interesting information every day.
Once you switch to Pregnancy Mode, Flo will change its layout. In the big circle on the main screen, you will be able to see how your baby is developing each week.
Every day, you will receive new health insights and useful advice according to how far along you are, as well as other interesting content.
By default, the app calculates your pregnancy starting from the first day of your last period. If necessary, you can adjust the week manually.
When the baby is born, you can disable Pregnancy Mode the same way you enabled it or by clicking “Settings” on the circle and selecting “My baby was born!” (or “My babies were born!”) on the next screen.
To enable Pregnancy Mode, click “More” in the lower right corner of the screen. Select “Pregnancy Mode” and tap “Log Pregnancy”. A message will appear asking you if you are sure that you want to change the look of the application. Click “Activate.”
Flo will either automatically calculate how far along you are based on your last period, or ask you to select the number of weeks manually, in case you have no previously logged periods.
In the settings, you can at any time change the week of pregnancy, the way weeks are displayed (completed or current), as well as log the estimated delivery day and the number of babies that you are carrying.