The registration process is very simple and takes less than a minute. To register your Flo account, tap Menu (or your avatar) > Profile (this is an additional step for Android users) > Continue, then follow the instructions.
When you have a registered Flo account, your data is stored safely on our servers. You’ll be able to restore your data from any device if you switch to a new device, reset your phone to factory settings, reinstall Flo, or just log out from your account.
If you use Flo without registering your account (you don’t have a login and password set in Flo), you won’t be able to log in to your account from another device or after you log out. This means you’ll no longer have access to your logged data and the only way to continue using Flo will be to start from scratch.
Once your Flo account is registered, you can continue using the same account when you change your device. Plus, it will greatly improve your Flo experience:
- Flo will make more accurate cycle predictions.
The more cycles and symptoms you log in to your account, the more accurate your predictions will be. Logged information can be especially useful if your cycles are irregular.
- You’ll receive more personalized insights in the app
Flo will provide stories on the symptoms and events you log, and Flo Health Assistant will offer chats to help you better understand your body and the impact your cycle can have on it. Flo Health Assistant also includes tools to help you get information on early signs of conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis, and it shares possible reasons for late periods and lower abdominal pain, so you can proactively monitor your health. The history of your cycles and logged symptoms is actively used in the dialogs.
- You’ll have a lot of data you can share with your health care provider.
If your doctor needs some history on your cycles, symptoms, or events, all of them will be at hand in your Flo account. This information can help with pregnancy planning, diagnosis, or monitoring a health condition.
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