What Your Gyno Wants to Know from Your Fitness Tracking Devices

You are collecting a lot of data out there. Even if you've never accessed it, your phone may know how many steps you have accumulated today. Others are using devices such as Fitbits, home blood pressure monitors, and even blood sugar monitors to the max and collecting all sorts of data. But how that data is compiled, and how it's analyzed in the big picture of your The question has been posed as to what data to give your gyno about your daily exercise, and it's hitting the health news. As your gyno I would say, track fitness data with some data for us on women’s health: your cycles, your sex drive, your sleep, the number of Kegel's you do, of course through pregnancy and after surgery. 


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