Period Tracker Bullet Journal

Bullet Journal Period Tracker

This bullet journal period tracker will help you track your menstrual cycle. We offer many free period calendar printables. We have many more bullet journal tracker ideas on this site.

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Period Tracker Bullet Journal Style

Bullet Journal Period Tracker

Menstrual Cycle Calendar

A menstrual calendar will record your menstrual cycle over a one-year period.

Menstrual Cycle Calendar

Menstrual Cycle Calendar

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Period Planner Stickers

Use these period planner stickers to mark the days of your period in your planner or bullet journal. The red sticker marks a heavy flow, the pink sticker marks a medium flow and the light pink sticker marks light bleeding.

Period Stickers

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How to make a Period Tracker

  1. Click on the button above to open the bullet journal app.
  2. Select the tracker template closest to the one you want to create.
  3. Either print as-is or customize to suit your needs. You can add text, trackers, keys, and doodles. There are a few different keys. You can also make your own key if you want to track ovulation or other symptoms. To add elements, click on “add elements” then select “trackers” and then “period trackers”.

There are many more bullet journal period tracker ideas online. With our free bullet journal app, you can add any tracker and any embellishments to make any layout you want.

A period tracker helps you keep a record of when you’re menstruating and record other information related to your cycle.

According to the Office on Women’s Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, your menstrual cycle can tell you a lot about your health. Regular periods mean your body is working normally and irregular periods may be a sign of a health problem.

How to Use a Period Tracker

  1. Select the template you like best.
  2. Mark the first day of your period on the tracker.
  3. Mark each day your period continues. If you chose a tracker with a key then you can differentiate between heavy, medium and light flow. Even if you don’t use a key, you can use symbols such as “H” to represent heavy. In the box simply write the letter H for that day.

How to Determine your cycle length?

  1. Mark the first day of your period on the tracker.
  2. Mark the first day of your next period on the tracker.
  3. Count from the beginning of the one period to the beginning of the next.
  4. This will give you your cycle length. For most women, the average menstrual cycle is 28 days however it can differ from woman to woman and many women also have different cycle lengths each month.

Benefits of Tracking your Menstrual Cycle

There are many benefits of using a menstrual cycle tracker even if you are not planning a pregnancy.

  • Be prepared when you get your period and avoid embarrassing accidents.
  • You can tell when you are fertile. This is helpful for women trying to fall pregnant or to avoid pregnancy, assuming your cycle is regular.
  • You can understand mood swings and appetite changes. I try to eat according to hunger signals but before my period these signals are all off. When I understand that my hunger is related to my period it helps me control it.
  • Understand weight fluctuations. I gain 2 pounds one week before each period. When I don’t track my period and see a sudden weight gain I panic.
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