Charting your basal body temperature (BBT) is an important step in tracking your fertility when trying to conceive. Charting your BBT involves taking your temperature with a basal body thermometer (which measures precise changes to one-tenth of a degree) at the same time each day beginning on the first day of your period. You can use the babyMed BBT Chart in order to track these temperature changes and learn how to interpret them.

Cervical Mucus EWCM Ovulation Fertility Pregnancy

The cervical mucus is produced by the cervix and changes consistency throughout your menstrual cycle based on hormones associated with ovulation. ... read more »

When Does the New Day Begin with BBT Temperature Charting?

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. ... read more »

Fertility Awareness Ovulation Calendar and Chart

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. ... read more »

Temperature or Symptothermal Method for Contraception?

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A method of natural family planning that closely monitors two indicators of fertility is just as effective as oral contraception in preventing unwanted pregnancies if used correctly, European researchers report. ... read more »

Can The BBT Temperature Curve Determine Pregnancy?

If you haven't had your period 15+ days after ovulation on the BBT temperature curve, then a pregnancy is likely. ... read more »

Temperature Drop - 7 DPO

What does it mean if the temperature drops on 7 dpo on the BBT? ... read more »

Triphasic Temperature Rise and Pregnancy

Does it mean that I am pregnant if my bbt temperature goes up in a triphasic curve on 15 DPO? ... read more »

Evaporation Line on Pregnancy Test

The evaporation line may appear after some time and falesly indicate a pregnancy. ... read more »

1. Fertility Charting Chart, BBT charting, Ovulation calendar

Introduction to fertility charting and basal body temperature (BBT) charting. ... read more »

Why Chart Your Temperature

What is BBT temperature charting for? ... read more »

Chapter 1: Introduction To BBT Charting

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. ... read more »

What Does Low BBT Mean?

What does it mean if my basal body temperatures (BBT) are lower than average? ... read more »

Low Basal Body Temperatures (BBT)

What could low basal body temperatures (BBT) mean? ... read more »

Basal Body Temperature and Air Conditioners

Since tracking your basal body temperature to identify rises in temperature could signal that you ovulating, what effect do air conditioners have on BBT and getting pregnant? ... read more »

BBT Temperature Curve: Sign Of Implantation?

Some BBT temperature charts show signs of implantation such as a triphasic BBT curve or an "implantation dip. ... read more »

Tracking Fertility: OPK vs. BBT

Which is a better method of tracking fertility — using an ovulation predictor kit (OPK) or basal body temperature (BBT) charting? What works better to determine when I am ovulating? ... read more »

Late Menstrual Period - What Next?

“My period is late, what do I do now?” This is probably the most frequent question we get from women who are trying to conceive (TTC.) The first step is finding out if you ovulated this month; the nex ... read more »

Abnormal BBT Chart

Is there such a thing as an abnormal BBT curve? BBT chart cannot be classified as normal or abnormal. However, try to be more specific about what it is that you see. ... read more »

Sex And Basal Body Temperature (BBT)

When should we have sex asked on my rise in basal body temperature? When is it too late to conceive according to BBT? When is it too early to conceive? ... read more »

Fertility Awareness: Triphasic Curve

 A biphasic curve has two phases: It is a curve that rises and stays up after ovulation. The first phase is before ovulation (follicular phase), the second phase is after ovulation (corpus-luteum phase), when temperatures rise because of progesterone. ... read more »

Long Menstrual Cycle and Basal Body Temperature BBT

The first thing to do if you have a long menstrual cycle is you should confirm that you are not pregnant by doing a pregnancy test. ... read more »

Calendar Method For Fertility Awareness

Calendar-based methods are one part of fertility awareness, an attempt to find which days in the menstrual cycle are fertile days and which are not. ... read more »

BBT Basal Body Temperature and Ectopic

Does my BBT chart indicate that I have an ectopic pregnancy? ... read more »

Is Low Body Temperature A Concern?

Mild reductions in body temperature are often temporary and don't indicate a serious problem but occasionally, a low body temperature can indicate an underlying condition. ... read more »

Double Ovulation And BBT Charting

I am charting my ovulation by using basal body temperature charting. I know I can determine ovulation this way, but can I also detect double ovulation on my BBT? ... read more »

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