Are you and hubby trying to conceive? If so then you will want to check out the ibasal digital thermometer. The ibasal is more than just a basal thermometer it is a FDA-approved fertility monitor that is able to calculate your precise ovulation dare and peak fertile days based on your daily temperatures and a variety of other fertility indicators. The ibasal works for women with irregular cycles as well as regular ones, and it continues to learn your body's unique patterns month after month in order to provide the most accurate results.
The Basal body temperature charting is a tried and true method for determining precisely when during your menstrual cycle you ovulate. My doctor had recommended me using this method when Jake and I were trying to conceive. Your basal body temperature is the temperature at which your body rests, which tends to be a bit lower than your normal temperature, usually 97 point something degrees F verses 98.6 degrees F. To get your basal body temperature you take your temperature before you get out of bed first thing in the morning. By measuring your BBT each morning throughout your cycle you can detect the natural and subtle rise in your basal body temperature that occurs just after ovulation. This post-ovulatory shift in BBT is caused by increased production of the hormone progesterone, sometimes referred to as the "warning hormone".
With the ibasal, BBT charting just got smarter and easier for women. The ibasal is a computerized digital basal thermometer and fertility monitor that helps you maximize your chances of conceiving by accurately measuring your BBT and interpreting this data to produce a fertility prediction in advance of ovulation.
The ibasal is easy to use as well. To begin, you will set the time and date in the ibasal and set the alarm. The alarm will sound each morning throughout your cycle, reminding you to take your BBT and ensuring reading consistency from one day to the next. The ibasal will measure and display your temperature to the 1/100th of a degree, show your cycle day, and populate a graph of your previous 10 readings on the LCD screen. This graph of readings allows you to easily see the shift in temperature that follows ovulation.
After collecting and storing your BBT readings, the ibasal will interrupt the information to produce your own customized fertility prediction, allowing you to time intercourse in advance of ovulation for the best chance of conceiving.
How would you like to own your very own ibasal digital thermometer? You can purchase one at Fairhaven Health's website and they are currently on sale as well!! Or you can enter to win one here by filling out the form below!!
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