How do I recognize my fertile days?
The temperature reflects the hormones in the female cycle. At the time of ovulation the simultaneous discharge of progesterone leads to an increase in body temperature of 0.25 to 0.5°C. By measuring the basal temperature it is possible to determine when ovulation has occurred. However, to get pregnant you need to identify the time before ovulation. Here too, the temperature changes minimally. OvulaRing helps you to identify this change and shows you when the likelihood of becoming pregnant is highest.