Google has announced that it is rolling out an update to its “reproductive healthcare” app, the first of its kind in the world.
The update brings with it a few new features, including a new app-wide “reproduction” section for women and their partners.
According to the Google Press release, it also brings “more tools and features” for men to be able to share information about their reproductive health and reproduction.
Read more about worm rearing and reproductive health:The update will roll out to users on October 13, according to Google.
“We hope this will improve the user experience for women, and give them a place to share their information and ideas about how to get the most out of their fertility,” the company wrote.
The announcement comes after Google said in May that it would bring in new features for men in order to better help them communicate with their partners about their fertility and reproductive issues.
It also comes as the world grapples with a shortage of sperm, a problem that has been exacerbated by the rising prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to a number of cancers including prostate, ovarian, lung, cervical and throat cancers.
While the virus has been linked to a high rate of pregnancy complications, some experts have argued that the virus may be causing some women to have miscarriages and low birth weights.
“This is really a great opportunity for the world to start talking about what’s really going on in reproduction and the role of women,” says Jennifer E. Toth, an associate professor of health policy and management at Columbia University.
“In the US, women have been saying that the ‘reproductive state’ is a really important way to make sure your body is producing enough eggs, so it’s great to see this be an option.”
For more information on female reproductive health, check out the Women’s Reproductive Health page of Google’s blog, as well as its Fertility page on Google News.