results show that Oura Ring’s nighttime temperature data would have been able to identify pregnancies early - an average of 5.5 days after conception and an average of 9 days before they received a positive at-home pregnancy test.
Currently, there aren’t many available tools that can help you learn about your personal cycling patterns. Researchers at Oura wanted to help answer these types of questions by compiling anonymized data across 40,000 menstrual cycles from the Oura Community.
We are excited to announce Oura’s partnership with researchers at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) in the hopes that the Oura Community can help create the first comprehensive and continuous maps of the physiological patterns of pregnancy.
Researchers in the Kriegsfeld Lab at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) discovered that by looking at Oura Ring patterns for the first 1-2 weeks of the menstrual cycle, they could anticipate the LH surge days in advance for 100% of participants.