Full term – Labor Contraction Timer

This application is a convenient way to keep track of your labor contractions. I created this application for use during my own wife’s labor and have paid special attention to keeping the interface as clean and clutter free as possible.This application is a convenient way to keep track of your labor contractions. I created this application for use during my own wife’s labor and have paid special attention to keeping the interface as clean and clutter free as possible.You have to tap a single button to track the start and end of each of your contractions, and “Full Term” will take care of the rest. The application is designed to keep track of the times, durations and frequency of the entire labor period.Your full labor history and contraction progress will be saved regardless of whether you restart the application during a contraction or restart the entire device. There is no need to keep this application open the whole time. Of course, you can also email your contraction history to a health care professional or for your records.In addition, you get a handy reference that you can use to get a rule of thumb estimate of your progress through labor. You can also configure the duration you wish to keep track of based on your needs.

 4inch TimerView

Get it from the App Store

Please include any feedback or feature requests in the comments below.

8 Responses to “Full term – Labor Contraction Timer”

  1. Kimberly
    October 7, 2010 at 3:17 pm #

    I just wanted to let you know, I just downloaded this app yesterday, and LOVE IT!!! My favorite feature is being able to email the updates to my husband at work. Thank you for offering this app, and thank you for keeping it free. Having babies is expensive as it, this helps! :-)

    • mgolawala
      October 13, 2010 at 11:53 am #

      Congratulations to you both, and thank you for your kind words. :)

  2. Faiz
    January 6, 2011 at 4:42 am #

    Hi, thanks for the app. I downloaded this a few hours ago and we are recording my wife’s contractions. Hope to show a printout to the health officials when we go there in a few hours.

    Is there an easy way to graph this?

    • mgolawala
      January 13, 2011 at 4:31 pm #

      Congratulations, and I hope everything went smooth for you!

      I have considered adding a graph view to the app, and think it would be a nice feature that I can add at some point when time permits. For now, my little one and my job are keeping me busy. :)

  3. Toby Joyce
    April 26, 2014 at 6:26 am #

    Hi,

    What a great app! Really help with keeping track of the labour
    I have one issue I can’t seem to email the record off my iPad. The email works fine on my iPhone.

    Any ideas would be great.

    Thanks

    Toby

    • Mustansir
      April 28, 2014 at 10:59 am #

      I am sorry to hear you are having issues emailing the record off your iPad. Do you happen to know the iPad type and the iOS version you are running on the iPad? Any other information you can provide me with that would make your iPad email account setup unique would also help.

      I test my app on multiple devices before releasing each version, but if you are seeing that bug, I am sure there are others seeing it too. I would greatly appreciate any information you can give me so I can figure out what the issue is.

  4. Karyn
    June 2, 2014 at 11:19 am #

    How do I “reset” the timer. I was counting BH contractions last week, then started to do it again today and the app now thinks my contractions are 7000 minutes apart.

    • Mustansir
      July 15, 2014 at 8:43 am #

      If you click on the delete icon (it looks like a trash can) in the top left corner of the main timer screen, you can choose to “Clear all” to delete all contractions from your history

Leave a Reply