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Bloomlife Wearable Contraction Monitor

LOVE: 0 NEUTRAL: 5
REGRET: 1 WANT: 26

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Lois S.

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Once the third trimester rolls around, most expecting moms go into high-alert mode, thinking every day is the day. Your thoughts are a spiral of worries and questions, and every twinge feels like a contraction. Wouldn't it be nice to know what you're feeling (or not feeling) from the couch rather than hightailing it to the hospital just to be sent home hours later? Get peace of mind and accurate intel on your body from Bloomlife. This comfy and 100% safe wearable device tracks contractions in real time. Simply snap the sensor onto the reusable patch, then apply it below your belly button where it will non-invasively measure the electrical activity of the uterine muscle. Sync it up with the app to start recording the frequency and duration of contractions. You'll get the full picture of your body's patterns, and how they may be changing. Sounds really cool, right? And what's even cooler is that Bloomlife is a rental to use only when you really need it. The setup fee is $56.99 with a $24 weekly fee, so you can just send it back whenever you're done. Whether you have a high-risk pregnancy or are a nervous first (or second or third) time mom, Bloomlife makes any pregnancy journey feel a little bit smoother.

what parents are saying

LOVE: 0 NEUTRAL: 5
REGRET: 1 WANT: 26
  • Really liked tracking my contractions! I wasn’t able to use it at the end because I had a scheduled c section and never went into labor! Feb 05, 2020

  • I used this briefly during my first pregnancy. I think it just doesn’t work for home use because you can’t move at all or it registers the simplest shifts as contractions. Jan 26, 2020

    • Lois S.
    • El Dorado , California

    If you are a first time mom curious about what a contraction is then this may be a nice gadget to have. However, I felt the inability to move around while wearing it very restrictive. It’s a novelty. Jan 10, 2020

  • I had this in the hospital and the concept was amazing because I could roam around without anything moving or being bulky on me. The issue we had was it wouldnt stick since my belly button popped Dec 22, 2019

    • Shiv H.
    • West New York, New Jersey

    Received 2 weeks ahead of my due date. It tracked a ton of activity that I didn’t feel at all, so it can be a bit confusing. Ironically I wasn’t wearing it when I actually did start labor. Jun 21, 2019

    • Amber M.
    • Front Royal , Virginia

    Love/hate relationship. It was great to help ease my mind on early labor and prodromal labor, but as for the real deal not so much. It tracked 6 out of 40 real labor contractions. Nov 09, 2018

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  • Really liked tracking my contractions! I wasn’t able to use it at the end because I had a scheduled c section and never went into labor! Feb 05, 2020

  • I used this briefly during my first pregnancy. I think it just doesn’t work for home use because you can’t move at all or it registers the simplest shifts as contractions. Jan 26, 2020

    • Lois S.
    • El Dorado , California

    If you are a first time mom curious about what a contraction is then this may be a nice gadget to have. However, I felt the inability to move around while wearing it very restrictive. It’s a novelty. Jan 10, 2020

  • I had this in the hospital and the concept was amazing because I could roam around without anything moving or being bulky on me. The issue we had was it wouldnt stick since my belly button popped Dec 22, 2019

    • Shiv H.
    • West New York, New Jersey

    Received 2 weeks ahead of my due date. It tracked a ton of activity that I didn’t feel at all, so it can be a bit confusing. Ironically I wasn’t wearing it when I actually did start labor. Jun 21, 2019

    • Amber M.
    • Front Royal , Virginia

    Love/hate relationship. It was great to help ease my mind on early labor and prodromal labor, but as for the real deal not so much. It tracked 6 out of 40 real labor contractions. Nov 09, 2018

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