Ovulation Thermometer with Bluetooth
What is basal temperature and why use this thermometer?
A basal temperature is the normal body temperature of a healthy person immediately upon awakening after a restful night's sleep. More precisely, it is the body temperature measured under so-called "basal conditions" (12 hours after eating, after a restful sleep, no exercise, no emotional excitement, normal room temperature). For optimum accuracy, your basal temperature should be taken at the same time every morning upon waking. Changes in basal temperature are related to changes in the female reproductive cycle. By taking your basal temperature daily and charting it, you can notice slight changes and
Recording your basal temperature, in addition to other information, can help you understand your menstrual cycle and ovulation.The basal temperature method can be used to help in family planning. Recording of temperature and prediction of ovulation can be used to time sexual intercourse during fertile days to aid in increasing the likelihood of pregnancy.
- Measurement in 60 Seconds
- 1/100th degree readout displays minor changes in temperature to help determine when ovulation occurs
- Water resistant for easy cleaning
- Automatic shut off after 1 minute
- Multiple Reading Recall Users will be able to recall the last 30 readings when entering the memory recall mode.
- 2 year warranty
Ovulation Thermometer App:
By charting your basal temperature daily with the FREE PrecisionTemp App, you can see a pattern and notice the changes that occur in every ovulation cycle. You can record your basal temperature on the enclosed charts. Keeping a record for at least three months will usually provide the information you need to determine your approximate day of ovulation during a regular menstrual cycle.
- Accurately determines your most fertile days
- Tracks your entire feminine cycle, including menstrual and ovulation days
- Reminder alarm feature prompts users to take temperature at the same time each morning
- Helpful tips to help user better understand ovulation
- Chart gives users a graphical view of their ovulation cycle, pinpointing the fertility window, the 6 days a woman is most likely to get pregnant.
- Storage case
- Instruction manual