Friday, January 16, 2015

How To Track Your BBT Temps

I had my 2 boys without conceiving problems... but I have a friend who got married in the same year as i did who still struggles to have a baby. I feel for her every time a new pregnancy is being announced in the office.

We have been suggesting a lot of possible ways to her. One of the things a woman can do in order to get pregnant fast is by being able to pinpoint her ovulation. Knowing when you ovulate increases your chances of getting pregnant since ovulation is when the body releases the egg, making a woman fertile. One way to track ovulation is by using a BBT (Basal Body Temperature) thermometer says the experts at www.diaperchamp.com. A BBT thermometer, compared to a regular thermometer, is very sensitive and can detect even the slightest change of temperature. The thermometer is purchased over the counter with a chart ready for you to track and can be taken orally. You need to track your temperature daily – once as soon as you wake-up, before getting out of bed. As you go along, you’ll get to know your body. What we are looking for is a sudden increase in your temperature. If you see that on your chart, it most probably means that you are ovulating.


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