Download and Use a Free Basal Body Temperature (BBT) Chart to Increase Your Chances of Conceiving
Benefits of Charting Your Basal Body Temperature (BBT)
During your menstrual cycle, the days between the start of your period and day before your next period starts, your body will experience many measurable changes. Your basal body temperature, your body temperature, in the morning, before getting out of bed, will be different depending where you are in your cycle. Your BBT will be lowest at the start of your cycle and change throughout your cycle. It typically increasing slightly during ovulation and maintaining a higher temperature during the complete second half of your cycle up until your next period.
As you might suspect, charting these temperature fluctuations can give you valuable insight, especially if you’re trying to get pregnant. More specifically, paying close attention to your basal body temperature (BBT) each day can give you a clear indication as to when ovulation has occurred, making it easier to determine the best time to try to become pregnant since the window in which conception can occur is rather short.
Of course, charting your BBT operates under the assumption, that throughout most of the month, your body temperature remains at a relatively stable level. Of course, if this is true, you can easily determine when you’re ovulating, increasing your chances of becoming pregnant. For women who struggle to become pregnant, this can make it easier to actually conceive because you will be able to determine the precise time of ovulation.
Keep These Tips in Mind When Tracking Your BBT
The best way to determine when you’re ovulating is by charting your BBT for several months before trying to have a baby. Of course, there are minor fluctuations that may occur. However, after charting patterns throughout the course of a many months, you will have a much better idea as to when ovulation frequently occurs, also increasing the likelihood that you will conceive much quicker than if you were just trying to get pregnant without these methods.
Tracking your BBT temperature requires discipline. You must take your temperature every day, as soon as you wake up, in order to get accurate results. Additionally, you should use a BBT thermometer to take your temperature, especially because these thermometers are sensitive to a tenth of a degree. This is important because you need to detect the small fluctuations in your temperature as it begins to increase to correctly determine when you are ovulating. By keeping your chart near your bed, you will also find it easier to chart your BBT over time.
By downloading and printing our free BBT chart, you will be able to keep track of your basal body temperature and other important factors such as your cervical mucus, cervical position, and other relevant variables. From a long-term perspective, this will make it much easier to determine when the right time for intercourse is, making it easier to conceive and get pregnant when you’re ready to begin a family.
Download our free BBT chart and you will be able to record your basal body temperature, cervical mucus, and cervical position plus other variables which will allow you to pin point the time of your ovulation.
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