Body temperature – a key indicator of ovulation
There is a direct connection between body temperature and ovulation. The tiny rise in basal body temperature after ovulation is as a direct result of ovulation and is a sure sign that ovulation has occurred.
The femSense Ovulation Tracker System
femSense ovulation tracker will do all the temperature method measurement, charting and analysis for you. You can add other cycle observations to the calendar for effective fertility awareness.
Discover the App
The femSense ovulation tracker app not only guides you every step of the way through your cycle, keeping you informed on your fertility status, it also functions as a cycle diary, allowing you to keep a record of many other aspects of your cycle and lifestyle which might affect your cycle. This information is gathered in the statistics where you can interpret it or look for patterns.
Watch for patterns in the statistics
How long is my cycle or period? Do I always get headaches or hunger attacks before my period? The more information you put in the more you get out.
Add your own personal observations here, add details you may find relevant to your cycle
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