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FertilChart - Fertility Charting

Chapter 1: Introduction to Fertility Charting

Your basal body temperature BBT is the temperature of your body at rest. ... more »

Fertility Charting - Basal Body Temperature BBT

If you are anxious to get pregnant soon, then the BabyMed BBT (basal body temperature) chart is the tool you'll need. ... more »

FertilChart - Fertility Charting Online

By charting your basal body temperature (BBT) you can learn more about your fertility and keeping a BBT chart is a very exciting way to get pregnant. ... more »

Chapter 2: Why Should You Chart Your Fertility?

You should start your fertility charting to find out exactly when and if you ovulate and whether you had intercourse at the right time. Fertility or basal body temperature charting is done for several reasons.Why Chart? ... more »

Chapter 3: Getting Started on Fertility Charting

Charting your BBTs is easy. Basically, what you are doing is taking your temperature first thing each day and plotting the temperature on a chart. ... more »

Biphastic Curve

Your temperature may go up and stay up above the coverline for 14-16 days after ovulation. That is called a "biphasic curve". ... more »

Expert Fertility Basal Body Temperature BBT Chart Evaluation

The human body does not often follow very precise rules. And neither does your temperature chart. That's why built-in calculations of your basal body temperature charts often fail and give you wrong answers. ... more »

Is Low Body Temperature a Concern?

A normal human body temperature is on average 98.6 F (37 C) orally. The normal range can be as low as 97.5 and as high as 98.8 F (36.4 to 37.1 C). The body temperature is considered dangerously low when it's below 95 F (35 C). ... more »

When Does the New Day Begin When You do BBT Temperature Charting?

You should decide at the beginning of BBT temperature charting what you consider the beginning of a new day, either after midnight or when you wake up. Both choices are OK. ... more »

Ovulation Calendar and Ovulation Chart Basal body temperature charting

Charting your Basal Body Temperature (BBT) is easy. Basically, what you are doing is taking your temperature first thing each day and plotting the temperature on a chart. ... more »

Coverline and BBT Charting

Q: What is the coverline in basal body temperature (BBT) charting?   ... more »

How Long Should I BBT Chart Before Seeing a Doctor?

Q: How long should I chart my BBT before seeing a doctor? ... more »

Basal Body Temperature (BBT) Charting Introduction 101

Learn how to start charting your Basal Body Temperature (BBT), improve your chances of getting pregnant and find out if and when you ovulated and if you had intercourse at the right time. ... more »

Triphasic Temperature Rise and Pregnancy

Q: Does it mean that I am pregnant if my bbt temperature goes up in a triphasic curve on 15 DPO? A: The BBT (Basal Body Temperature) curve is used to look retrospectively at the day you ovulated. ... more »

Lower Than Average Temperatures on BBT

Q: Are lower than average basal body temperatures a problem? ... more »

BabyMed BBT Charts

Chart statistics for BBT charts rated and evaluated from January 1 to October 21, 2002: ... more »

BBT During Pregnancy

Q: Should I continue to take my BBT during pregnancy? ... more »

Low Temperatures

Q: What do low temperatures mean? A: Persistently lower basal body temperatures with anovulation could be a sign of endocrine problems such as hypothyroidism. ... more »

Thermometer For Charting

Q: Do I need a special bbt thermometer or can I use a regular one? ... more »

Help on BBT Charting

Help with BBT charting: ... more »

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