Want to get to know your body better? Natural Cycles accurately tracks your period, ovulation and fertility cycles. Natural Cycles is a clinically tested hormone-free fertility monitor invented by husband and wife team Dr Elina Berglund and Dr Raoul Scherwitzl which predicts and identifies your fertility window. The app has helped over 5,000 Swedish women conceive within less than three months and has just launched here in the UK which is why I wanted to share it with you.
Natural Cycles works by identifying a woman's ovulation and fertile window by tracking her period and temperature. Women are required to record the temperature under their tongue first thing in the morning and enter the details into the app which then uses a unique algorithm to determine whether you are fertile on that day. It will show up green when fertility is unlikely and red when you are most fertile.
You can use Natural Cycles to prevent or plan pregnancies so if you want to get pregnant, Natural Cycles will isolate your most fertile days in your cycle and detect ovulation. Natural Cycles will detect your pregnancy as early as the most sensitive pregnancy tests. Once you are pregnant the app monitors your pregnancy and you can follow your baby's development. If you don't want to get pregnant then you know which days you are most fertile and can avoid any certain activities! The point of the app is so that you don't have to put any chemicals into your body and be as natural as possible.
I've never been one of the many women who are in sync with their monthly cycles especially since mine aren't regular. I wish I had discovered an app like this before I was pregnant with Harry, it would have come in very useful.
You can sign up for a free trial with Natural Cycles and because they are so confident with how the app works they are offering women in the UK a refund if they don't conceive within the first 9 months of use as well as 50% off a year subscription by visiting here and inputting this code (valid until 31 December): OSAMELIANC
I'd love to hear your experiences when it comes to contraception and what you think of the app which can tell when you're pregnant?