Ovulation tracking in Apple Watch Series 8

The Apple Watch Series 8 will give users a retrospective estimate of when they ovulated based on data from a new temperature sensor.

PCPress.rs ImageUsing two sensors on the Apple Watch Series 8, the built-in menstrual cycle tracking app will check the user’s wrist temperature every five seconds during the night. This should allow tracking of ovulation as body temperature changes throughout the menstrual cycle and rises in response to ovulation.

WatchOS 9 and iOS 16 will also include changes to the cycle tracker app that flags any abnormalities in a user’s menstrual cycle based on the data they enter about their periods. Deviations from one’s normal cycle — like more spotting than usual — can be a signal of medical conditions like fibroids or PCOS, Sumbul Desai, Apple’s vice president of health, said during the launch.

Source: TheVerge

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