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I’m Expecting – Pregnancy iPhone app FREE!

Hi Ladies,

Join the excitement!  MedHelp's newest iPhone app, I'm Expecting was recently launched where you can track everything that's happening to you and your baby throughout your entire pregnancy.  If you currently use the existing pregnancy apps, then you will love this new one.  Sync all your data into the I’m Expecting app and have it readily available 24/7.  We encourage everyone to download this FREE app and tell your friends about it, too!  

Follow the link to start using I'm Expecting today:  http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/im-expecting-pregnancy-app/id383565674?mt=8# .

Here's some of the benefits of I’m Expecting:

* Record your symptoms and compare them to what thousands of other women
experience in the same week - THE ONLY PREGNANCY APP WITH THIS FEATURE!

* Get tips on how to alleviate the most common pregnancy symptoms, including
nausea, fatigue, leg cramps and cravings

* Learn what is happening to your body and to your baby week by week

* Take photos of your tummy each week and watch your baby bump grow

* Easily upload your photos into the Baby Bump slideshow (camera
phone-enabled devices only)

* Track your pregnancy weight gain and see if you're gaining too much or too
little weight

* View your doctor appointments, symptoms and important events at a glance
with our easy-to-read calendar

* Access your information from your doctor's office to easily share your
pregnancy details with your doctor

* Enter your symptoms or other information whenever it's convenient

* Store your doctor's information for easy access

* Post questions and get answers to your pregnancy concerns from other women
like you

* Create a baby announcement to share with family and friends when your
little one arrives


I'm Expecting, along with all our apps and tracker tools, can be found under Health Tools from the top navigation bar

http://www.medhelp.org/health_tools
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