Determine the Timings of Peak Fertility Using a Fertility Monitor
If you find yourself having difficulty conceiving, you are not alone. Many couples are trying for a baby, but are challenged by issues such as reduced fertility. It can get extremely frustrating to try various approaches and treatments only to find that none of them work. But don’t give up. Getting pregnant could be as easy as using a fertility monitor that can tell you precisely when you are fertile and ready.
How it works:
A fertility monitor is an innovative device that can ease the stress and frustrations of conceiving by accurately determining the most fertile days in your menstrual cycle.
The most advanced fertility monitor comes with a microcomputer that contains a database of more than 700,000 menstrual cycles. The device has a thermal sensor to accurately read your basal body temperature to the 1/100th degree in 30 seconds. That way, you do not have to try and determine your basal body temperature on your own, and you can be certain that the results are reliable and accurate.
Know when your most fertile days are:
Use the fertility monitor to take your temperature orally as you wake up, on a daily basis. The device will automatically compare your temperature to the stored information in its microcomputer to accurately analyse, determine, and show your individual fertility cycle. It will provide you a more accurate and proven way to forecast your most fertile days so that you take out the guesswork when trying for a baby. Moreover, it can tell you when you are not ovulating or if hormonal imbalances are present. That way, you can make a more informed decision as to when to seek treatment or when to address certain infertility issues. If you’re already taking treatment, then the fertility monitor will provide you with guidance on when you have increased chance of conception.
Recognising hormonal imbalances:
Hormonal imbalance is one of the main reasons for early miscarriage. The corpus luteum is the temporary endocrine structure that is responsible for producing progesterone, which is a crucial hormone in females and develops after ovulation. It is the tissue that surrounds the egg and produces progesterone, so when the egg reaches your uterus, your uterine lining can receive the fertilized egg to be implanted. After being embedded in the uterus, the fertilized egg's progesterone will be produced further by the placenta throughout the duration of the pregnancy. Hence, the corpus luteum is a crucial hormone for getting and staying pregnant.
A fertility monitor can detect the fluctuation of hormones through changes in your body temperature. The highly sensitive thermometer can easily recognise increased temperature levels as it evaluates the length of those fluctuations. That way, it can detect deficiencies in corpus luteum before it causes hormonal imbalances and early miscarriage.