Track your basal body temperature at home (available on www.bbt.co.uk).
Record your basal body temperatures every morning on a calendar (for example, www.bbt.co.uk).
Take your basal body temperatures when you have your period and your BBT signal is steady.
Do not touch your perineum, genitals, or lower abdomen.
Take your temperature every two to three hours.
Take your temperatures right after a shower; if you are still in the bathroom, you can take the temperature on your hands.
According to your temperature and the graph, watch and wait for the curve to drop (it will be very familiar to you by now).
Keep track of your temperatures in a book or on a calendar, noting down the date, time, and temperature. Be aware of the highest temperature and lowest temperature during the day, and also when you wake up in the morning. Also, note down if you are pregnant, if you have influenza, or severe stress.Try to note down the temperatures for a couple of days, taking note of your cycles and also any changes. You will get to know the details and the changes of your cycle, and this will help you to understand your cycle better, as well as to know your signs of fertility.
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