Can I use my Apple Watch as birth control?
Apple Watch on its own cannot be used as a birth control method. While Apple’s Cycle Tracking features can give you some insights into your fertility, the feature doesn’t offer the full picture. That’s where Natural Cycles can help.
Features & Updates
Natural Cycles now integrates with Apple Watch
There’s big news in the world of hormone-free birth control because we’re announcing that you can now connect the Natural Cycles app with your Apple Watch. Whether you’re new to Natural Cycles or a longtime Cycler, we’re here to unpack all you need to know about this game-changing integration.
Period & Bleeding
5 Foods that help with period cramps
From eating fresh fruit to adding oily fish to your diet there are a number of dietary changes you can make that may help you manage painful periods. Read on to discover more food that helps with period cramps, plus some other tips to make menstruation less of a headache…
11 Non-hormonal birth control methods and how they work
We’re all different and deserve a diverse choice of methods to suit our unique reproductive needs. For those looking for hormone-free contraception, we’ve curated a list of seven non-hormonal birth control options, so you can learn about their history, how they’re used, their effectiveness and more. If you’re looking for natural birth control, you’ve come to the right place…
How long does ovulation last?
Ovulation only lasts for approximately 24 hours in each cycle, as this is the maximum life of the female egg cell. Finding this short window can be tricky, but by no means impossible! In this article, we’ll dive into how to predict and confirm ovulation, the best time to have sex in the cycle to maximize chances of conceiving, and some tips on getting pregnant faster.
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