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How to Fix the Futility of Pregnancy Googling

What to expect when you’re expecting with an app

MyMy life is built around apps. I have an app for walking, sleeping, podcasts, finances, barre class. I used to have an app for tracking my menstrual cycle — an app whose precision I overestimated. When that app alerted me that my period was two days late, I purchased the first of four pregnancy tests. When…

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