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Natural Cycles Powered by ŌURA

Oura and Natural Cycles App

FDA cleared birth control

Measures while you sleep

100% hormone-free

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The world’s first birth control app has partnered with ŌURA

Natural Cycles is certified hormone-free birth control that’s based on body temperature. We’re now working with smart ring innovators, ŌURA, to create a seamless experience for those looking to plan or prevent pregnancy naturally.

What you get when you sign up:

10% discount on Natural Cycles Annual Plan

$40 off Oura Ring + first month of membership included

Woman holding Natural Cycles app while wearing Oura ring

Use the Oura Ring with the Natural Cycles app

Wear your Oura Ring to bed, and let it measure while you sleep. In the morning, you can check your daily fertility status in the Natural Cycles app. It’s that simple!

What's it like using Natural Cycles with the Oura Ring?

“Amazing app! And if you combine it with Oura Ring - it's just a miracle, really. I wish I knew earlier that fertile phases depend on temperature.”


How do I start using Natural Cycles with the Oura Ring?

Do you already have an Oura Ring?

Step 1

Sign up for Natural Cycles

You need an active subscription to Natural Cycles to use sync your Oura Ring with our app.

Step 2

Pair your Oura Ring with Natural Cycles

Log in to your Natural Cycles account and follow a few simple steps to get started.
Please note: you need an active Oura membership to be able to pair your ring.

Step 3

Wear the Oura Ring overnight!

Wear your Oura Ring to bed to measure seamlessly while you sleep and unlock your daily fertility status.

Already use Natural Cycles?

If you are an existing user, you can claim your discount right through the Natural Cycles app by visiting theBuy Extra Suppliespage. Learn more via our guidehereor click the button below to go directly to your app. Make sure you have the latest app version to access this offer.

Common questions

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