I recently noticed "My Pregnancy" and "Pregnancy by Week" tabs under "Applications" on my home page. I assume this appears on only the pages of female members? I personally do not care fore this. I am not pregnant, nor have I ever been, nor am I ever sure that I will be. Currently, my health is a factor in my postponing family planning. I do not need these new applications as a reminder of my already ticking biological clock.
I would guess that there are many female members here who are are either unable to get pregnant or otherwise disinterested. I think these applications should only be added if the user sets them up, and that they should not appear by default.
I am trying to concieve (conceive), and when I logged in yesterday a pregnancy tracker had been added to my profile and after talking to a few friends it happened randomly to them as well. At least 3 girls. None of us added it ourselves. Being in our shoes we will be thrilled for the day when we can!
However, I just deleted it right away so I don't know if there was any info in it or not?
Sorry about that. There must a bug with the software. We added the apps to anyone who had an active pregnancy tracker. Thanks for reporting the issue and we'll investigate this further. If you're trying to conceive, baby dust to you and I hope you will be using our pregnancy apps very soon.
I still have them on my page!!! I was pregnant and lost the pregnancy I keep deleting the pregnancy tracker but it keeps showing back up on my page. The rememinder is not pleasant. If someone could please tell me how to get them off my page and not have it pop back up that would be great.
I found out this is because you are deleting a tracker, and it's not the same thing as closing out your Pregnancy Tracker. The system still thinks you're pregnant.
Go to My Pregnancy on your home page. Under options, you can click the Remove link. There it will ask you why you are removing the tracker. Once you selects that, it should close out the apps and the tracker.
I hope this helps, and let us know if you need further assistance.
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