Is Natural Cycles Right for me?
✅ 100% Hormone-free
💪 No unwanted side effects
🏅 FDA Cleared & CE Marked
💜 Take control of your fertility
Comparing birth control effectiveness
It's important to consider the effectiveness of your birth control. When it comes to effectiveness there’s typical use and perfect use. Perfect use is when a method is used perfectly (i.e. no user error), whereas typical use includes user error and method failure.
Let's compare typical use effectiveness
Percentage of typical users who did not get pregnant with the method over 1 year of use. Source.
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Based on your answers it looks like Natural Cycles is a perfect fit for you!
You answered that you either have an irregular cycle or a condition that may affect your cycle or temperature. Natural Cycles won’t be any less effective for you, however, you might get more red days if the algorithm needs more time to get to know you.
Why are so many women choosing hormone-free birth control?
There’s no-one-size-fits-all for birth control and we all have different experiences. For some, hormonal contraception is a great option. Others who can't take hormonal birth control or get unwanted side effects may choose a hormone-free birth option instead.
While Natural Cycles is not the only non-hormonal birth control method, we are the only birth control app that’s cleared by the FDA in the United States and CE marked in Europe. We have over 1.5 million registered users.
Do I have to change my routine to use Natural Cycles?
To use Natural Cycles you need to be able to measure your temperatures most mornings when you wake up - we recommend you measure at least 5 times a week.
If you forget to measure, the app doesn’t get any less effective, you might just get more red (fertile) days. For those with certain conditions that affect temperature, or those with irregular cycles, Natural Cycles may also give more red days if it cannot easily find ovulation.
Switching birth control
What to consider before changing birth control
If you’re using condoms or a fertility awareness-based method, the good news is that you can get started straight away! However, hormonal birth control often works by stopping ovulation, so you’ll need to stop using hormonal birth control before switching over.
Still wondering if Natural Cycles is right for you? The app has a handy demo mode that lets you try the features out before you sign up for a subscription.
Switching Birth Control
You can read more about switching birth control here.