Although Kindara is deeply focused on the Fertility Awareness Method and helping women to chart their primary fertility signs, beyond that is our desire to empower women to have a better understanding of their health and bodies. This led us to create the Custom Data feature in the app. Using the Custom Data feature, users can track an unlimited number of personalized data points which are then represented visually on a their chart. This helps users to paint a broader picture of their overall health and well-being, through the lens of their menstrual cycle.Read More
We're giving away amazing women's health products, including menstrual cups, prenatal vitamins, lubricant, condoms, and more! To enter the contest, share why you're excited for Wink to arrive and include the hashtag #HelloWinkRead More
Even when we take care to notice and appreciate our cycles, menstruation can be a tricky phase. This is partly to our advantage: our bodies do a lot of work during our periods, and sometimes we need a reminder to rest, reflect, and re-energize.
Especially in the busy modern world, that can be a tricky thing to leave space for. Sometimes work, family, or other responsibilities limit our ability to rest the way our bodies would like, and add stress that makes period pain worse.Read More
Is your doctor interested in learning more about the Fertility Awareness Method?
Our friends at Natural Womanhood and FACTS Fertility put together this flyer to update health professionals on what research says about FAM. You can view the flyer in its entirety below.Read More
76% of pregnant women experience abnormal smells or tastes during pregnancy. These changes, which typically occur early in the first trimester, usually result in more aversions than cravings. Pregnancy aversions are no joke - many women report extreme changes in taste.Read More
Technology has made Fertility Awareness easier to use than ever before. The Guardian recently published an in-depth piece on Kindara's story and fertility tracking.
"Given that roughly half of all humans get periods for much of their lives, it is striking how little we actually know about them. Few scientists have investigated why different women experience menstruation so differently..."