Basal Ovulation Thermometer – Bundle 1
This great value bundle from Zoom Baby brings together two of our most popular fertility products in one, money-saving bundle.
What’s in the bundle?
1 x Basal Ovulation Thermometer (Fahrenheit)
3 x BBT Fertility Plan Charts
10 x Extra-Sensitive Ovulation Test Strips
When you go for this deal, you will save over 15% on the price of buying these products on their own.
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Basal Ovulation Thermometer (Fahrenheit)
Women intent on getting pregnant should be looking at investing in a Basal Thermometer, which is used to measure basal body temperature (BBT). This temperature is important because it tells when you are about to ovulate, which is the perfect time to engage in sexual intercourse that could potentially lead to conception.
- A large digital display that is easy to read
- All temperatures listed in Fahrenheit
- Last temperature reading saved in Digital Recall Memory
- Thermometer will beep when peak temperature is reached
- 3 ways to measure temperature: armpit, oral, rectal
- Accuracy certified to 1/5th of a degree
- CE approved
- Comes with BBT chart, storage case, and detailed instructions
When ovulation occurs, a woman’s body temperature will rise to create an environment more suited to conception. If you are looking to get pregnant, it’s important to track these temperature changes, as it will let you know when ovulation is occurring. Keeping track of your BBT each day will help you pinpoint when ovulation is about to occur.
What is my BBT?
Your BBT is your body temperature when it is at rest.
When is the best time to take my temperature?
As soon as you wake up in the morning, orally take your temperature under the tongue. Keep your basal thermometer by your bedside, as the simple act of getting up can cause a spike in temperature. Also keep a notepad handy where you can record your daily temperature. Any sort of spike will happen just after ovulation begins, and will stay that way until your period begins.
How do I measure my BBT?
Your best option is to use a digital thermometer that measures to 2 decimal places, as this will provide the most accurate readings.
Where do I place the thermometer when measuring my BBT?
The easiest method of measurement comes via placing the thermometer under your tongue.
How long should I leave the thermometer in place when measuring?
If you use a digital thermometer, it will more than likely beep once they reach a stable temperature. Each device varies a little, but you are generally looking at about 1 or 2 minutes of measuring time.
What should I do with my results?
Create a temperature chart where you can record your results every day, as this will allow you to see patterns develop.
Is there anything I should not do when doing my BBT?
Your best bet is to remain still and refrain from any sort of activity, such as eating, drinking, and talking. This is why recording your BBT the moment you awake will deliver the most accurate results.
Are there factors besides ovulation that can raise my basal temperature?
If you are ill and running a fever, this can cause the temperatures to spike above what they would normally be.
How does BBT charting help me predict my ovulation?
Charting your daily basal temperature is one of the most effective ways to figure out when you are ovulating. When ovulation occurs, the ovary releases an egg, which increases you chances of conception. This event happens once every menstrual cycle, and you need to engage in sexual intercourse around this time in order to conceive.
If you get in the habit of recording your basal temperature the moment you wake up, you will begin to recognise trends in your temperature readings. Slight increases in temperature may well be a sign that ovulation is taking place.
Extra-Sensitive Ovulation Strips
When trying to conceive, it’s critical that you’re very precise when pinpointing your ovulation date, which is the day in your cycle when the egg is released. If you’re wondering why this is so important, it’s because fertilisation can only occur within 6 to 24 hours after ovulation. So, you can see that accurately determining your ovulation date should be at the very top of your to-do list when you’re trying to conceive!
An ovulation test strip is possibly the most reliable method of predicting ovulation: this is a urine-based test which detects the sudden but brief increase in luteinising hormone in your urine, which occurs immediately prior to ovulating. This is known as the “LH Surge”.
Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests
Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests are perfect for the frequent tester. They’re highly accurate, simple to use, and cost just a fraction of pharmacy-brand ovulation tests. And even better, Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests are 3.5 mm wide, making them the optimum width for easy reading. Cheaper brands available on the Internet are just 2.5 mm wide.
Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests have an accuracy rate higher than 99% and an LH detection level of 30 miu/ml; making these strips the best quality ovulation strips available.
Directions for Zoom Baby Ovulation Test
The tip of the test strip should be dipped into a container of collected urine for a minimum of five seconds. Next, lay the strip on a flat surface and wait for five minutes. Your test will be ready to interpret after five minutes. Rest assured that complete instructions are included with every order.
Used by Hospitals and Doctors!
You know Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests are accurate and safe because doctors and hospitals in the United Kingdom use these same tests! Zoom Baby Ovulation Tests come individually wrapped in foil packaging and have an expiration date of approximately 1-year from purchase date.