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What are Cycle Beads?

on May 26, 2013

by Brittany Null

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What are Cycle Beads?

Cycle Beads look similar to a bracelet, and have different color coded beads for you to use to track your cycle and know when you are on your most fertile days.

What Are Cycle Beads?

Cycle Beads are a hands on, natural family planning tool that makes family planning and ovulation charting a little bit easier. Many women find using Cycle Beads easier than other ovulation charting methods, such as basal body temperature charting, tracking cervical mucus changes, or using pricey ovulation prediction kits. Cycle Beads look similar to a bracelet, and have different color coded beads for you to use to track your cycle and know when you are on your most fertile days. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

How Do They Work?

Cycle Beads work by offering a visual tool for women that can show you when you are on your fertile days. The beads are all color coded, and there is a tiny metal or rubber ring that you slip over one bead each day to show where you are on your cycle. The first bead is a red bead, and it marks the first day of your period. On the day your period starts, you move the ring to the red bead. Each day during your period, move the ring one bead over. After the red bead comes six brown beads. They are followed by a series of white beads. The white beads represent the days of your cycle in which you are most likely to get pregnant. The series of white beads is marked by more brown beads, representing days that it is not likely for you to get pregnant. In between the final series of brown beads is one darker brown bead. It will help you determine if your period is shorter or longer than 26 days. If you start your period before the ring reaches the dark brown bead, your cycle is shorter than 26 days. Cycle Beads are super easy to use, as long as you remember to move the ring each day. There is even an arrow to help you make sure you are going in the right direction.

Who Can Use Cycle Beads?

Any woman that has a cycle between 26 and 32 days long can use cycle beads. Women whose cycles are shorter or longer than that are not typically good candidates for cycle beads, since their beads will be “off” based on the chart. While cycle beads don’t “technically” help you to get pregnant, they are a great choice for women who need to chart their cycles and determine their most fertile days. Of course, if there is an underlying problem and you are not ovulating properly, the cycle beads won’t really help. But they are a great way to keep track of your cycles.

Why Use Cycle Beads?

Cycle beads are a great choice for women who want to use a natural family planning method, with no chemicals, and no side effects. It is also a very cost effective solution to costly family planning methods such as ovulation predictor kits. There are no side effects to worry about with Cycle Beads, and no hormones or chemicals are involved. In fact, nothing ever enters your body using Cycle Beads. If used correctly, Cycle Beads can be up to 95% effective, and it is a great way for women to educate themselves and their partner about their cycle and their reproductive health. They are inexpensive and very easy to figure out and use. If you think Cycle Beads might be a good option for you, talk with your doctor.

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Brittany lives in Kansas City, where she and her husband Austin are the proud parents of a newborn baby girl. You can subscribe to their lively and entertaining YouTube Channel to follow along on their journey.

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