Kindara

Kindara

Kindara is a U.S. company that developed an iPhone application that helps women prevent and achieve pregnancy through fertility awareness. Kindara was founded in 2011 by husband-and-wife team Will Sacks and Kati Bicknell. Wikipedia

Kindara

Kindara is a U.S. company that developed an iPhone application that helps women prevent and achieve pregnancy through fertility awareness. Kindara was founded in 2011 by husband-and-wife team Will Sacks and Kati Bicknell. Wikipedia

  • Oct 30 at 4:04 PM
    Check out why Kindara user, Molly, says about how and why she charts her fertility. #Repost @britishvogue Some half a century after its launch, cracks are beginning to appear in the image of the contraceptive pill. But why are more and more women turning away from it and would you adjust your contraception? @lottieawinter investigates in #NovemberVogue - link in bio #fertilitycharting
  • Oct 25 at 5:13 PM
    From transitioning off hormonal birth control to being diagnosed with Hypothalamic Amenorrhea, the incredible women of the Kindara Community were there supporting Shannon every step of the way. Shes back to a healthy cycle now and continues to celebrate each period with her Kindara friends. Thanks, Shannon, for the reminder that whatever youre going through in your fertility journey, you dont have to go through it alone. #wcw link in bio
  • Oct 24 at 2:19 PM
    Has Wink been part of your fertility journey? Dont forget to vote! Wink by Kindara is a finalist for the What to Expect Awards in Best TTC Tech link in bio
  • Oct 20 at 1:09 PM
    A little Friday funny we can all enjoy!

Oct 30, 4:04 PM

Check out why Kindara user, Molly, says about how and why she charts her fertility. #Repost @britishvogue Some half a century after its launch, cracks are beginning to appear in the image of the contraceptive pill. But why are more and more women turning away from it and would you adjust your contraception? @lottieawinter investigates in #NovemberVogue - link in bio #fertilitycharting

Oct 25, 5:13 PM

From transitioning off hormonal birth control to being diagnosed with Hypothalamic Amenorrhea, the incredible women of the Kindara Community were there supporting Shannon every step of the way. Shes back to a healthy cycle now and continues to celebrate each period with her Kindara friends. Thanks, Shannon, for the reminder that whatever youre going through in your fertility journey, you dont have to go through it alone. #wcw link in bio

Oct 24, 2:19 PM

Has Wink been part of your fertility journey? Dont forget to vote! Wink by Kindara is a finalist for the What to Expect Awards in Best TTC Tech link in bio

Oct 20, 1:09 PM

A little Friday funny we can all enjoy!