Female Health

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!

Let’s take a moment to celebrate the uterus, after all it is a pretty impressive organ that plays a huge role in reproductive health! We’ve pulled together three facts you might not know about the uterus, but definitely should! But before we get into those, let’s first answer the question: ‘what is a uterus?’. Read on to find out more...

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Get ready to learn all about the vulva as we answer the question ‘what is the vulva?’, bust misconceptions and uncover the truths about the vulva we wish everyone knew. Whether you’re a verified vulva expert or a knowledge-thirsty novice, grab a coffee, get comfy and join us on this voyage of learning all things vulva.

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Over 90% of women say they get some premenstrual symptoms, such as bloating, headaches, and moodiness.* Many women find they can learn a lot about their body by tracking their symptoms each month and now Natural Cycles is making it easier for all users - whether you’re preventing pregnancy, planning pregnancy, or following pregnancy - to track menstrual cycle symptoms, pain, cervical mucus and more. Read on to find out exactly what’s available and how tracking can teach you more about your body.

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It’s cervical health awareness month, so what better time to learn all about cervical health as we answer the question ‘what is a pap smear’. Let’s dive into why you should have regular cervical smear tests, and speak to a medical expert about the shocking numbers behind cervical screening.

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It’s always a good time for a fresh start in both body and mind. If you’re thinking of switching to non-hormonal birth control, now is a great time to get started and we’ve put together a list of five reasons to go hormone-free. Read on to discover how making the switch to non-hormonal birth control can benefit your body, help you plan for the future and more…

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