CycleMatters

Welcome to CycleMatters, our online sex education and female health hub. Here at Natural Cycles, we’re aware there’s a knowledge gap when it comes to women’s health - something we want to change. Read articles on planning or preventing pregnancy, menstruation and more!

You may have heard of spotting or have experienced bleeding between periods yourself and wondered why it happens, and if it’s normal. Here at Natural Cycles, we’re going to walk you through the differences between periods and spotting, the causes of spotting and why tracking your menstrual cycle can unlock hidden knowledge about your fertility.

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Understand the link between ovulation and temperature and how this connection is important for tracking fertility. Read on to find out how your temperature changes over the course of the menstrual cycle, what other factors can affect body temp., and how tracking your fertility puts you in control to plan or prevent a pregnancy - all while teaching you more about your body.

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Learn the basics of anovulatory cycles and how they affect fertility in the menstrual cycle. Here at Natural Cycles we’re dedicated to closing the knowledge gap when it comes to reproductive health. Read on to learn about the causes of anovulatory cycles, their impact on ovulation and more.

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Get ready to learn some surprising facts about the female egg cell! In this post, we’ll dive deep inside the workings of the menstrual cycle and explore the small and fragile cell that’s crucially important when it comes to fertility. Read on to find out why human eggs are so special and how the life of the egg cell is closely tied to planning or preventing pregnancy.

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Contrary to popular belief, you can’t get pregnant every day of your cycle. There is actually a small number of days when it’s possible to conceive. So, what is the fertile window? Read on to find out when you are most fertile, when’s the best time to get pregnant, and how understanding the fertile window can also prevent pregnancy.

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