An app using basal body temperature measurements to identify fertile days of your cycle.
|Natural Cycles||By NaturalCycles Nordic AB|
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|Country of origin||Sweden|
|Security and privacy||Does the app:
|Cost||Annual subscription $89.99 including thermometer. Monthly subscription $9.99/month. Option to purchase thermometer for $14.50.|
What does the app do?
Natural Cycles app is marketed as a contraceptive and fertility app, allowing you to use basal body temperature measurements to identify fertile days of your cycle. This information can then be used as birth control (contraceptive) for preventing pregnancy or planning conception. You track your cycle by taking basal body temperature readings ideally 5 or more days per week. The app algorithm uses this information to predict a fertile window for contraceptive or pregnancy planning purposes.
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Note: The reliability and accuracy of fertility awareness (also known as natural family planning) as a method to plan or prevent pregnancy is highly variable and depends on a number of factors such as being taught the method correctly and understanding how to use the method. Read more about fertility awareness.
✔ With regular basal body temperature monitoring, this app should reliably track ovulation.
✘ This app seems rather costly for the services offered.
Date of review: April 2021
Platform reviewed: Android
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