Diagnosed with PCOS or just think you may have it? Track to manage your symptoms better.

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4.5 Stars | 416 ratings


Kaylee Brooks

Jan 19, 2021

“I think it’s awesome that you have created this. ..I think it’s really interesting. And I have never come across an app that is specifically looking at tracking pcos symptoms and helping people manage things and learn stuff that maybe they did not know before.”


Nov 29, 2020

“I really enjoy this app. It helps me keep track of my symptoms. I have this app for 3 weeks! Thank you for letting me have it. The reason why I downloaded this app is because my doctor says I may have it (pcos) and (suggests) I go to a gyn and I may need an ultrasound. I would recommend it to a friend who has symptoms of it.”

Michelle Schwarz

Nov 7, 2019

"I think citizen science is where we need to go right now when we’re dealing with a condition that is so overlooked by funding. And it’s a wonderful resource for hypothesis generation. This hasn’t been done before, and maybe PCOS could be the condition that starts this new trend of citizen science, where we’re saying what we want done and how we want done and push for that cure. Having this certainly will make us not ignorable.”

What can you do with PCOS Tracker?

The PCOS Tracker aims to help you track your daily & monthly PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) & PMS (Premenstrual syndrome) symptoms. You can download & share your data as and when needed.
PCOS symptoms such as hair loss, acne, menstrual pain, extra hair growth and PCOS weight gain may fluctuate every day and every month around your periods. PCOS tracker is your PCOS diary to keep track of these fluctuations including your daily diet, daily exercise and fitness.
The PCOS Tracker tracks your fitness by recording your steps and sleep by integrating with your phone sensors or other wearables. The active tasks integrated in the app allow you to monitor your motor function and cognition.

Who should track?

The PCOS Tracker is for you, if you are a girl/woman diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome or if you just think you may have it (based on the symptoms you notice), or if you are looking for PCOS support.

Why should you track?

The more aware you are of your symptoms, the better you can manage them. PCOS is a little understood & underdiagnosed medical condition characterized by high levels of male hormones in women leading to symptoms such as missed or irregular periods, increased hair growth, increased acne, male-pattern baldness and multiple cysts on the ovaries. It is a very common condition with 1 in 10 women living with it, although many are unaware they have it.
Tracking your symptoms will help you be informed so you can aid your health advisor manage your condition more effectively.



The daily log helps track symptoms experienced throughout a particular day. The monthly log helps track symptoms specifically around menstrual cycles.


The symptoms of physical discomfort or mood changes that many of us experience during the days before menstruation are known as PMS. The PMS log helps keep track of these changes. (If your symptoms are severe and you notice them month after month, you should let your doctor know.)


You can download your data at will, if you wish to see how you were doing all these days and months. For example, you can track what effects the new diet, or the new workout you started a few weeks back had on your daily and monthly PCOS symptoms. Sharing this data with your health advisors may help them plan your treatment better.


The graphs and charts section of the app gives insights on how your PCOS buddies are doing, showing aggregate insights on responses filled in by PCOS Tracker users.


Leaderboard keeps track of the number of steps you walked and keeps you motivated to do more. You can also see your ranking amongst your peers.


This section of the app keeps you updated with new health information on women’s health focusing on PCOS health via blogs and CureTalks discussions.


You can opt to receive reminders for filling in your logs and viewing new health content added in the app. You have the option to stop using the app at any time.


How long should I track?

Consistent tracking will help you learn about changes happening in your body. To get a better understanding of your symptoms and how they are changing, tracking daily symptoms by filling in “daily log” for at least 60 days or more, and monthly symptoms and PMS symptoms - for at least 4-6 months is advisable.

How can I see my data?

You can download your data as and when needed by clicking on the “Request you data” button under “Settings.”

Who can see my data?

Your privacy is important to us. We will use strict information technology procedures to safeguard your data and prevent improper access. Data is stored in our secure databases with access to only authorized individuals. No data such as survey responses is stored on the user’s phone. Only data that is already being tracked on your phone using phone sensors like GPS, barometer, step tracking (shared by the user for the purpose of tracking) remains on the phone as this data is outside the tracker app itself and the tracker app does not have permission to delete this data from the user’s phone. We follow all industry best practices for HIPAA compliance. Data is sent from the devices to our servers in encrypted form using SSL encryption. All database access is restricted to authorized individuals only. We will not access your personal phone contacts, texts, emails, personal photos, or websites visited. Your authorization to use and share your tracked data will expire when you opt out of the Application or uninstall the Application.

Where is my data stored?

Your deidentified data is stored on our servers on the cloud.

Why do I see a demographic survey?

As you track your daily and monthly symptoms with free PCOS Tracker, you are entering personal data which is stored on our servers in a de-identified manner. In the future, we may analyse and report this anonymous data on PCOS Tracker in a de-identified manner with the help of researchers, for increased knowledge and understanding of PCOS and related issues. For the same reason we have added a demographic survey to the app, that will help researchers get deeper insights. If you fill this information, it can be shared with researchers in an aggregate and de-identified form.

Who can I contact in case of questions?

Please feel free to reach shweta@trialx.com if you have any questions.

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