Monday, December 29, 2014

How to Track Your Ovulation

When the hubby and I got married some 4 years ago, we were so lucky and got blessed with a little boy right away.  This might be because I am also one of those lucky women who happen to have normal menstrual cycle.  Every woman has a unique cycle on her own.  Some range from 22 days, some longer.  Identifying this cycle can help us whether we are planning to conceive or not.

I am blessed with a little boy – and I want you to be blessed too. 

When a couple is trying to get pregnant, one of the most important things to do is for the woman to be able to pinpoint her ovulation day. In a woman’s single cycle, there’s only a short window of opportunity for her body to be able to get pregnant – this is called ovulation. This is the time during her cycle that her body is most fertile, says research at One of the ways to track ovulation is using a BBT thermometer. A BBT or a basal body temperature thermometer, compared to a regular thermometer is very sensitive and can detect even the slightest change in your temperature. When you purchase a BBT thermometer over the counter, it should come with a graph or chart that you can use as you check your temperature daily. You should take your temperature twice a day, one after wake and one before going to sleep. As you go along, you should be able to determine your body’s regular temperature. What we are looking for is the sudden rise or drop in your temperature. When you see that showing in your chart, you are probably ovulating. 

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