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Make the most of your appointment time with patients. Let Flo, the most popular female health app, help provide your patients with reproductive and sexual health education with 5,000+ pieces of evidence-based health information.

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>350musers worldwide

>62mmonthly users


1 in 6women in the US use Flo

The #1 cycle-tracking app trusted by OB-GYNs*

The #1 cycle-tracking app trusted by OB-GYNs*

The #1 cycle-tracking app trusted by OB-GYNs*

The #1 cycle-tracking app trusted by OB-GYNs*

The #1 cycle-tracking app trusted by OB-GYNs*

The #1 cycle-tracking app trusted by OB-GYNs*

What do your patients know?

Reproductive health misinformation harms the health of countless women1

Millions of women are facing the consequences of inadequate menstrual health education, according to Flo Health’s 2023 Reproductive Health Survey. The survey, which polled 2,010 nationally representative US women aged 18 to 55, revealed some alarming gaps in knowledge.


cannot accurately identify all phases of the menstrual cycle2


don’t know what a “normal” menstrual cycle is2


aged 18-24 learned more about menstrual health from social media than in school2


This is concerning, as ACOG states that menstrual cycle changes are equally as useful as abnormal blood pressure, heart rate, or respiratory rate in predicting potential health problems.3 Understanding changes early and being able to communicate them are vital. 63% of women aged 18–24 have learned more about menstrual health from social media than in school,2 probably because only 21% of elementary schools currently provide puberty education.4

1. Berkman, Nancy D., et al. “Low Health Literacy and Health Outcomes: An Updated Systematic Review.” Annals of Internal Medicine, vol. 155, no. 2, July 2011, pp. 97–107. PubMed, 2. Flo Health’s 2023 Reproductive Health Survey. 3. Zhaunova, Liudmila, et al. "Characterization of Self-Reported Improvements in Knowledge and Health among Users of Flo Period Tracking App: Cross-Sectional Survey". JMIR MHealth and UHealth, vol. 11, no. 1, April 2023, 4. Schmitt, Margaret L., et al. ‘’‘It Always Gets Pushed Aside:’ Qualitative Perspectives on Puberty and Menstruation Education in U.S.A. Schools.” Frontiers in Reproductive Health, vol. 4, 2022, 5. Simpson, Cassandra N., et al. “Combating Diagnostic Delay of Endometriosis in Adolescents via Educational Awareness: A Systematic Review.” Cureus, vol. 13, no. 5. PubMed Central,

“I love when my patients use Flo to understand their cycle and fertile window! They come to me well prepared, knowledgeable, and overall less anxious about the trying-to-conceive process.“

Dr. Sara Twogood, obstetrician and gynecologist

Dr. Sara Twogood, obstetrician and gynecologist,
Cedars-Sinai Medical Group, California, US, member of Flo’s medical board

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How can Flo help you?

Your patients need education anytime, anywhere in a 24/7 world

Could you provide more education during your short appointments? Bridge the gap between visits by offering the Flo Health mobile app. With 280 million users worldwide, Flo is leading the way in leveraging real-world data to empower women and people who menstruate and democratize access to evidence-based reproductive and sexual health information.

Ask Me Anything sessions with Flo health experts

140+ doctors and health experts create evidence-based educational content, including articles, video courses, and Ask Me Anything sessions with health experts. The content includes recommendations and tips to improve users’ health based on insights gathered from the app. Each piece undergoes a thorough review by two field experts.

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“The Flo app is a major support when I’m working with women to get pregnant. I’m proud to help women conceive faster with Flo app.”

Dr. Renita White, obstetrician-gynecologist

Dr. Renita White, obstetrician-gynecologist
Georgia Obstetrics and Gynecology, Georgia, US, member of Flo’s medical board

What can Flo offer your patients?

Patients are prepared —

Personalized cycle predictions

Flo uses its artificial intelligence engine to predict users’ future cycles and fertile window dates. Notifications and content assist users in anticipating their next period and ovulation, empowering them to take a proactive approach toward their cycle and conception.

What can Flo offer your patients?

Patients can provide you details —

Doctor’s report

Flo allows users to access and share a report of their last six months of cycle and symptom history. The report highlights patterns, abnormalities, and other relevant information to provide them with a comprehensive understanding of their menstrual cycle and overall health.

What can Flo offer your patients?

Patients see patterns —

Pattern and trend identification

Users’ symptoms are recorded and tracked by the app based on their menstrual cycle timing, and patterns are displayed visually. Additionally, explanatory comments help the user understand what is happening with their body and, if necessary, whether they should seek medical care.

What can Flo offer your patients?

Patients are supported — 

Digital Health Assistant

The Flo Health Assistant chatbot offers proactive information to users, triggered by various tracked symptoms and cycle stage. Our advanced chats are designed to help users better understand their body and the impact their cycle can have on mood, energy, skin, and fitness levels.

What can Flo offer your patients?

Patients are tracking —

Symptom logging and analysis

Users can track symptoms and other events by logging their physical and psychological symptoms, contraception, sex, and more. With over 70+ options, users can create a history within the app to share in their next appointment.

What can Flo offer your patients?

Patients are not alone —

Flo community

The Flo community gives users a place to discuss the things that matter to them in a moderated, anonymous discussion forum. Commentary from health experts on topics supports users, and Ask Me Anything sessions give users the opportunity to get their questions answered.

“Conception happens faster if you have the right resources and recommendations. That’s why I recommend Flo to my patients. They give only evidence-based insights, validated by practicing clinicians.”

Dr. Jenna Flanagan, academic generalist obstetrician and gynecologist

Dr. Jenna Flanagan, academic generalist obstetrician and gynecologist,
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Massachusetts, US, member of Flo’s medical board

How do we make sure Flo is accurate?

Education is great, but accuracy and safety are a priority. 

Meet our Experts

To ensure Flo’s content is evidence-based, accurate, and user-centric, 120+ doctors and health experts are involved in the creation and review process. 

Discover our partnerships

UNFPA and EBCOG also collaborate with Flo to jointly develop educational content on a wide range of topics. 

Flo Partners
Explore our science & research

Flo also partners with scientific research organizations, including Mayo Clinic, Northwestern University, the University of Virginia, Texas Christian University, and the University of Adelaide. 

Ensuring the utmost protection of your patients’ data

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Securing patient’s data

We are proud to have dual ISO 27701 and ISO 27001 certifications, making Flo the first female health app to receive dual accreditations. These international accreditations are awarded to organizations that set high standards for securely handling information.

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Anonymous Mode

In 2022 Flo introduced Anonymous Mode, which allows your patients to use the app without any personally identifiable information, such as a name, email address, and technical identifier being associated with the account. Flo is the first female health app to take this level of precaution in terms of privacy and security.

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Be in control

Flo believes your patients deserve to be in complete control of their data. Patients can delete, access and update their input data at any time.

What can Flo do for your patients’ knowledge?

89% said Flo helped to improve their knowledge about the menstrual cycle.

85% said it provided them with more knowledge about pregnancy.

83% of users say Flo taught them what is and isn’t a normal cycle.

What about data security? 

Your patients’ health data, their rights

Healthcare professionals can assure their patients that they have the ability to access, update, or delete their own data at any time by reaching out to our customer support team.

Flo has become the first period & ovulation tracker to meet world-class security standards after achieving ISO 27001 certification.

View our Privacy Portal

Which patients can benefit from Flo?

We support women and people who menstruate throughout their reproductive lives.

Different modes within the app tailor the predictions and content to the users’ unique reproductive health needs. Flo is designed to provide age-appropriate content that supports them from menarche. It offers valuable insights on what to expect during their first OB-GYN appointment and helps them navigate menstrual cycle changes.

benefits-tracking-cycle Track mode

For patients not trying to conceive, Flo provides information on contraception and hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle. This mode explains where they are in their cycle and helps to inform decisions about their reproductive health.

benefits-getting-pregnant Trying-to-conceive mode

This mode assists users who are trying to get pregnant by showing them their most fertile days, education about ovulation and fertility, and personalized health insights.

benefits-tracking-pregnancy Pregnancy mode

From week by week guides, to what to expect at appointments and articles, this mode is designed to support pregnant women through each trimester and postpartum period.

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