EghtesadOnline: In light of the recent rise in fertility problems and childbearing challenges, the need to come up with proper counsel has reached an all-time high, and channels through which those guidelines could be introduced have assumed the utmost significance. A rather new startup intends to help ameliorate motherly concerns by providing counsel and support to the expectant as well as those just out of labor.
Laklak (literally means stork) is a smartphone application offering services to women in three categories: the moms-to-be; the ones who gave birth not long ago; those trying to conceive, wrote the application's official website.
Established in 2016, it is a C2C (customer to customer) 24/7 service, containing informative blog posts on prenatal care as well as postpartum facts and tips, according to Financial Tribune.
Veteran moms share their experiences with others on the platform, holding forums, with new moms asking questions anonymously, and requesting help from registered gynecologists and medical experts, reported webna.ir.
Since women with child find it hard to commute regularly to doctors' offices, using Laklak will be of great help to those seeking to save on their time and money.
The startup on its website says that Laklak is a safe haven where all your data will remain confidential—a social network dedicated to mothers, pregnant women and those still hesitant to make the call.
Laklak is available both for Android and iOS devices and is available for download on local Android market Cafe Bazaar as well as Apple's App Store.
It has been downloaded over 5,000 times from Bazaar and has gained the 4.7-star position on a five-star ranking scale on the platform.