Generally, women have a lower Base Metabolic Rate compared to men. If you’re using the keto calculator, then you should already have a good idea of your daily calorie target. That should be the only change you would need to make.

There are other considerations to make on a ketogenic diet as a woman (menstruation and hormone levels can make progress…weird?). The ladies over at have some really good resources and are super nice and helpful. There’s also for pregnant and new mothers doing keto.