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Cycle Technologies Announces New Research on Why Having a Plan for Your Fertile Days is Key to Successful Use of Their Natural Birth Control Method - CycleBeads®
Date:1/29/2013

(PRWEB) January 29, 2013

Cycle Technologies announces new research on why having a plan for a woman’s fertile days is key to successful use of their natural birth control method - CycleBeads®. Cycle Technologies’ natural family planning tool, CycleBeads®, has been proven to be more than 95% effective for women using it to prevent pregnancy naturally. However, to use the method correctly, the company also stresses that it is important that a couple have a plan for how to handle a woman’s fertile days.

To prevent pregnancy using CycleBeads, a couple should avoid having unprotected intercourse on the days that this method identifies as potentially fertile - days 8-19 of a woman’s cycle. This fertile period takes into account the lifespan of the ovum, the lifespan of the sperm, and the variation in the timing of ovulation from one cycle to the next for women who have cycles that are in the 26-32 day range, the vast majority of women. Whether a couple chooses to use condoms, abstain, or use some other back up methods of family planning during these fertile days, having a plan ensures that a woman is much less likely to have an unplanned pregnancy.

“Being sure she leaves with a plan” is a widely-accepted best practice among practitioners who provide family planning methods to patients. But many CycleBeads users purchase them directly, without instruction or counseling from a provider. Since using CycleBeads correctly involves using a barrier method or not having sex on fertile days, having a plan is particularly important. Research from several countries around the world shows that couples who use CycleBeads appreciate the fact that this simple device facilitates their communication about their sexual
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