YoMingo includes the tools and support to guide expectant moms through every stage along the way with helpful videos and information available on any internet-enabled device.
By Casandra Andrews
In the days after discovering you are pregnant, you’ll likely have a million questions about what comes next. While expectant moms always should seek guidance from a healthcare provider, there will be times – say at 2 a.m. on a Tuesday – when you can’t sleep and want to know more about pregnancy-related insomnia.
We have an app for that.
USA Health Children’s & Women’s Hospital now provides maternity education for patients through a collaboration with YoMingo, an app designed to give convenient access to information about the pregnancy and birth experience (and beyond) in more than a dozen languages.
Through the YoMingo pregnancy app, you have access to:
- Evidence-based information on prenatal care, labor and birth, postpartum, breastfeeding and newborn care
- A kick counter, contraction timer and personal journal
- A feeding log, immunization log and other tools
How it works
You can register for the program at usahealthsystem.com/yomingo then follow the instructions. Once you have registered, you will receive an email invitation from email@example.com where you will be provided login credentials. If you don’t receive an email in your inbox, be sure to check your junk or spam folder.
You also can download the YoMingo mobile app by searching the app store on your smartphone or tablet for YoMingo. Already registered? Log in at app.yomingo.com.
Disclaimer: The information in YoMingo is not intended to take the place of a healthcare provider or any information that your healthcare provider has discussed with you about your own personal health. It is imperative and advised that you find care and work with your healthcare provider to keep yourself healthy and safe. Always call your healthcare provider with any questions you may have. By creating an account in YoMingo, you have verified that you have read and agree to this disclaimer.