The app should be predicting your upcoming periods in two places - the calendar and Profile View. To see in the calendar, visit Day View and click on the calendar icon in the upper right corner. To see in Profile View, select the Profile tab.
There are many reasons why you might not be seeing your period predictions. The app only provides period predictions within a certain window of regularity. If you have your period approximately more often than every 21 days or less often than every 37 days, the app will consider your period “unpredictable.” It will also temporarily stop predicting periods if you switch from one method to another (or stop tracking a method altogether), as this is likely to change your schedule.
Once you’ve had two regular periods, the app will show predictions again, and if your period becomes increasingly regular, those predictions will become more precise.
- For 'No Method' or 'Copper IUD' users: Your period predictions will stop showing in the calendar and/or the Profile View if you periods have recently been irregular (meaning that you do not get your period every 21-35 days). Your predictions will return once your periods have been regular (within the 21-35 day cycle) for 1-3 cycles.
- For Ring, Combination Pill, and Patch users: If you are a 'Ring', 'Pill', or 'Patch' user your period prediction will be tied to when you are on your placebo pill week. You can see your period predictions in Profile View by selecting the Profile tab.
- For Hormonal IUD, Implant, Shot, and Progestin-only Pill users: Many hormonal IUD, Implant, and Progestin-only Pill users get their periods very sporadically or not at all (since there is no hormone break) so it is impossible for our developers to create an equation for accurately predicting periods. Unfortunately, Spot On cannot learn from your cycle and that is why you are not seeing period predictions.