From the time your period begins until ovulation, your temperature will vary between 97.2 degrees F and 97.6 degrees F, but from the time of ovulation until your next period begins, your BBT will typically raise as much as one degree.
Although men can carry the gene for hyper ovulation and pass it on to their daughters, a history of twins on the man's side of the family doesn't make a woman any more likely to give birth to twins when she becomes pregnant.
Because pinpointing the exact moment of ovulation is difficult, women should use other methods of checking ovulation beyond any physical signs and symptoms, especially if they are using natural family planning birth control.
The medication causes ovulation occur about 40 hours after having the injection with egg collection taking place about 34 hours after the injection to ensure that the eggs are ready, but that ovulation has not occurred yet.
Women with a regular cycle lasting 28 days can count 14 days from the first day of their period and mark the three days before and after as their most fertile days, just in case their ovulation date is a day or two off.
The ClearPlan Fertility Monitor, commonly referred to as the Clearblue Easy Fertility Monitor, offers a way to track urine levels of estrogen and lutenizing hormones to help you predict when ovulation occurs each month.
Contraceptive-A device or medication designed to prevent pregnancy by either suppressing ovulation, preventing sperm from passing through the cervix to fertilize an egg, or preventing implantation of a fertilized egg.
While ovulation predictor tests are the most accurate means of testing your fertility, charting your fertility using the dates of your periods and your basal body temperature can lead to generally reliable results.
This information is useful for making predictions about coming months only; in order to detect ovulation and get pregnant in the same month, an ovulation test or an examination of your cervical mucus is advisable.
Every woman's cycle is different, so these types of calendars are helpful in pinpointing specific target conception dates, as well as teaching you how to look for and track particular physical signs of ovulation.