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How Much Does A Basal Body Thermometer Cost?

Posted By: - 2/12/2012

The basal body thermometer Ova Ova recommends is only $12.00. Buy it here, or purchase the same or similar thermometers at most stores. If you pick out a thermometer at the store, just be sure you look for a thermometer that says basal on it.

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Can my temperatures tell me if I’m pregnant?

Posted By: - 2/12/2012

As discussed above, most women have a luteal phase (time from ovulation to period) that is the same length every cycle. If your temperatures remain elevated a few days longer than your typical luteal phase, this is a very strong indicator that you are pregnant. If your temperatures remain elevated for 16 days after ovulation [...]

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Can my temperatures tell when I’ll get my period?

Posted By: - 2/12/2012

A typical basal body temperature pattern will often reveal a dip in temperatures as your progesterone levels drop, just before your next period. Also, most women have a very fixed time period from when they ovulate to when they get their next period, a phase of your cycle known as the luteal phase. The typical [...]

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Why am I receiving an “erratic” temperature reading?

Posted By: - 2/12/2012

As you plot more and more temperatures, you may notice an erratic number every now and then. Chart it anyway and let Ova Ova analyze the recording, but know that an erratic temperature may be due to a number of things, such as: Getting less than 3 hours of sleep (were you pulling an all-nighter [...]