The Bloomlife smart pregnancy tracker takes the guesswork out of pregnancy, giving expecting moms need-to-know information at their fingertips for peace of mind and confident decision-making.
The Bloomlife app connects with the Bloomlife smart pregnancy tracker, to automatically display, track, and count contractions. No stopwatch necessary.
Automated tracking and counting
Bloomlife times your contraction from the second it starts to the moment it ends, giving you more accurate counts.
No more guesswork, no stopwatch, no homework.
Real-time feedback, contractions graphed and counted as you feel them
Easily identify sensations and learn what contractions feel like to you
A validated second opinion on what you are feeling
Displays all contractions—from Braxton Hicks to labor contractions
1-hour Contraction pattern bar
Easily visualize and check your contraction pattern at a glance to determine types of contractions
1-hour Contraction stats
Average frequency and duration of contractions calculated to provide accurate information at your fingertips
Relevant stats to facilitate conversation with your birth team
Past recording sessions stored to show contraction pattern history leading up to the big day
Also includes detailed view, stats, and list of contractions
The first tool available to give you insight into how your body is preparing for labor
Discover all things related to contractions. What is a contraction? Braxton Hicks? Irritable uterus? All explained by Molly, head of content at Bloomlife. With input from birth experts.
Wirelessly sync your Bloomlife tracker with your iOS device via Bluetooth.
NOTE: The Bloomlife app only works with the Bloomlife wearable sensor. You won’t be able to see any data until you are wearing the sensor. Order your Bloomlife sensor at bloomlife.com
Learn more about Bloomlife smart pregnancy tracker at www.bloomlife.com
Fixes a small issue with sensor connectivity
Ratings and Reviews
Incites Anxiety during a stressful enough time
37 weeks pregnant today.
I have had my kit for one week today. I have worn it for two afternoon rest sessions (approx 1 hour each) and every night while I sleep for 8-9 hour sessions.
I have monitored faithfully and have readings of 15+ contractions per hour for an average of 4/8 hours each night. Sometimes I’m sitting perfectly still and feel absolutely nothing, save for maybe baby moving, and it will read and record a 2:30m long contraction and I feel nothing.
I have watched it record contractions when I feel baby moving-start exactly when he starts wiggling and ending exactly when he stops-and sometimes totally missing contractions that I DO feel (this has happened once or twice).
I know it says “can pick up contractions you don’t feel”, but it seems like a cop out to make mamas who are already anxious think that they are spending their money on a worthwhile monitor. It is something to pass the time during sleepless nights, but I’m not depending on it for deciding on “go time”.
There should be room for some natural movement
Be wary friends, the idea of this device is very cool but just be aware it doesn’t read if you are moving, so if you move at night, have to do anything during the day besides sit and relax or if you do get to do sessions of sitting and relaxing they need to be at least an hour to get a questionably good reading, so if you work, need to drive somewhere, have toddlers, want to fold laundry or do anything while trying to get a good reading you will not be able to, Ive tried it for a week and really gave it the best go I could, I was willing to keep trying but CS confirmed that if you aren’t sitting still it really doesn’t do you much good.
Second Time Mom
So I actually got this for my last couple weeks of pregnancy.
Pros: it was a really fun way to pass the time. It tracks baby movement and contractions on different colored humps, I thought it was pretty cool.
Cons: only works when you are sitting or laying still. Won’t work while driving in a car or if you are actually trying to move through your contractions. It disconnects/loses service from your phone if you move. Also, was hoping my husband could connect his phone and watch it from work, but it only allows one person to connect to one device.
So it was fun for late nights while I was watching television and the toddler was asleep and my husband was at work. Really fun. But i wouldn’t call it a useful tool.
Great customer service.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.