Many women choose to use natural contraception methods to control their fertility. This is often in the form of digital ovulation thermometers. Learning about your fertility and ovulation makes a considerable difference in family planning. Whether you’re trying for a baby or not, understanding your body’s natural changes is a great place to start.
An accurate way to control your fertility is to understand your body. There is typically a slight temperature drop just before ovulation occurs, followed by a distinct temperature rise of about 0.55 degrees Celsius after ovulation takes place. When you regularly test your temperature, you’ll become more aware of the slight changes and your ovulation period. This is when you can control conception more accurately.
Learning about your body is a great way to control natural conception. For more information on fertility and family planning, please read ‘Family Planning’.