Many couple trying to get pregnant have questions which are answered by the BabyMed FAQs.
Keeping a fertility chart is the perfect way to get to know your new
body, especially if you plan on trying to conceive soon after giving
birth. Your fertility chart will likely include daily basal body
temperature readings and cervical mucus descriptions.
The best method of boosting fertility while breastfeeding is
charting – basal body temperature, cervical mucus and periods, if
Your basal body temperature BBT is the temperature of your body at rest. For fertility charting, the temperature is always taken in the morning before you move or get out of bed.
Learning about your fertility through a BBT chart is a very exciting way to get pregnant! It makes you understand your body and often gives TTC more of a purpose.
The coverline is a horizontal line drawn after ovulation to help differentiate temperatures before ovulation (low) and temperatures after ovulation (high).
The BabyMed ovulation and fertility charting tool can improve your chances getting pregnant
Charting your basal body temperature (BBT or BBT chart) helps you learn more about your fertility. Keeping a BBT chart is a very exciting way to get pregnant. It makes you understand your body and often gives getting pregnant and trying to conceive (TTC) more of a purpose.
Checking your cervical mucus for fertility charting can improve your chances of getting pregnant.
Checking your cervix and cervical mucus for fertility changes can improve your chances getting pregnant.
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).
You should decide at the beginning of BBT temperature charting what you consider the beginning of a new day, the cycle day 1, either after midnight or when you wake up. Both choices are OK.
Even with a negative OPK it's still possible to ovulate, especially if you have ovulation symptoms.
Typical biphasic or triphasic pregnancy charts as reported by our members
Here are instructions to make charting ovulation and your BBT easy.
Among healthy women trying to conceive, nearly all pregnancies can be attributed to intercourse during a six-day period ending on the day of ovulation.
The coverline is a horizontal line drawn in your basal body temperature
BBT chart after ovulation has been established. It is drawn just above
the last temperature prior to the first rise in temperature.
Fertility awareness and charting is part of 'Natural Family Planning' (NFP). It uses a woman's natural fertility signs to identify when she may or may not be fertile.
The BabyMed Basal Body Temperature BBT Chart Ovulation Calendar and Ovulation Chart makes it easy to keep and maintain an online fertility and basal body temperature chart.
Pregnancy and fertility tools to help you improve your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy. Chinese Pregnancy Calendar, Ovulation Calculator, Due Date Predictor, etc.
How long should I chart my BBT before seeing a doctor?
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.
Does it mean that I am pregnant if my bbt temperature goes up in a triphasic curve on 15 DPO?
The term implantation temperature dip is often used to refer to a luteal phase dip that occurs around the time of expected implantation (7-10 days past ovulation).
The most widely held fertility myth is that women always ovulate on Day 14 of their cycle. Nothing is further from the truth.
Do I need a special bbt thermometer or can I use a regular one?
How can I quickly enter a day into BBT data?
How is a visual interpretation of ovulation and coverline done?
How does BabyMed rate the probability, such as the probability of ovulation, in the BBT curve?