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….Read more
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!
Whilst working on the topic of contraceptive choice at Natural Cycles, I had the opportunity to catch up with the founder of Holistic Health Code, Megan Tantillo BSN, RN, who is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Nursing Practice with a special interest in women's health. Read on below to find out what kind of frequent topics surface when she talks to her patients about contraceptive choice!Read more
There are many different birth control options available. They vary in effectiveness, ease of use and whether they contain hormones or not. Different methods can also have various side-effects - both positive and negative - and this varies from woman to woman. However, the most important thing is that they are made available so each woman can find a birth control option that best fits her. Comparing different types of birth control isn’t always easy as there are so many factors to consider. Read on to find out more about the birth control options available.Read more
Many of us find talking about intimate stuff doesn’t come easily. However, conversations about intimacy are a healthy and wholesome part of every relationship. Follow our guide on talking about sex and birth control, designed to give you the tools you need to have a productive heart to heart.Read more
In the 1700s women used lemons as birth control, the ancient Egyptians used crocodile dung as a sperm-killing suppository, and on top of that, early versions of the condom were reusable... Let’s take a step back through time and look at the weird and wacky wonders of non-hormonal birth control methods and where we’ve ended up in the 21st century.Read more