Just to give you a sneak peek and another reason to go get a hold of this irresistible Belle de Jour 2010 Power Planner. The handy BDJ Menstrual Tracker actually made me want to go back to journaling the old school way. You see, I practically have dropped keeping a hard copy kind of menstrual tracker (those pretty little things from NBS called datebook– had that since I was 11) since mobiles got equipped with softwares for that. But there’s just nothing like this BDJ Menstrual Tracker. Lavet!
There’s just no fun marking a software in your mobile with just a note. You don’t get to do those encircling and crossing out exercises, can you? Plus, there are reminders like you have to go check with gyne for periods heavier than usual, or for periods with fewer than 21 days. With the hustling and bustling we do everyday, who exactly gets to take down advices such as these?
You are taught by this BDM Menstrual Tracker to actually take control of your cycle by knowing when it’s gonna come and watch out for signs of distress on a monthly basis. Some symptoms you could actually take note of are: Acne, Anxiety, Backache, Bloating, Breast Swelling, Breast Tenderness, Constipation, Cramps, Crying Spells, Diarrhea, Difficulty Concentrating, Dizziness, Fatigue, Flatulence, Food Cravings, Headache, Irritability, Joint Pain, Increased or Decreased Libido, Migraine, Mood Swings, Increased or Decreased Sleep, Stress, Tension, et. al. Just the things that are common to women that is unique to the Belle de Jour Planner. 🙂