WASHINGTON - Dr. Shilpi Agarwal spoke on Good Day DC about a new app women can use as a method for contraception.
Natural Cycles predicts when women are ovulating based on user-provided information.
Users are asked to provide their birth date, height, weight, the start date of their last period and their body temperature. Women must use a thermometer with two decimal places in order for the application to work properly.
The application with a thermometer costs $79.99 for a year, or $9.99 a month without a thermometer.
Agarwal also talked about the dangers of phthalates in mac and cheese.