iProvèn's BBT113Ai Basal Body Temperature Thermometer Helps Women Track Fertility

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - iProvèn is a company that has developed a range of medical devices for home use. They are proud to have added the BBT-113Ai Basal Body Temperature Thermometer to their range of products. It has been designed to help women track their fertility, allowing them to either get pregnant or prevent it. More details are available on iProvèn's website.

A spokesperson for iProvèn explains: "Tracking fertility is very important. Those who are trying to conceive can use it to figure out on which days they are the most fertile so that they can have intercourse. On the other hand, it can also be used as a way of engaging in natural family planning, telling them when to avoid intercourse."

In order for women to track fertility with the BBT 113 Ai, it is very important that they measure their basal body temperature immediately upon getting up, even before getting out of bed. The thermometer is fully waterproof and can be used orally. Once it has taken the measurement, it will beep softly at a volume that is neither too loud nor too soft. By tracking this temperature for several days, women will see a pattern emerging that tells them when they are at their most fertile. The representative explains: "When you are ovulating, your basal body temperature is as much as 0.8 degrees Fahrenheit higher. That is what you are looking for. Our new thermometer measures up to two decimal points, so you can easily track your natural ovulation cycle."

The new BBT 113 Ai joins the company's other ovulation and pregnancy related products, all found on iProvèn's main sales channel on Amazon. They include several other basal body temperature thermometers, an ovulation and pregnancy test strip kit, and a new pregnancy test kit. The company recommends that women use the ovulation strips in conjunction with the thermometer for a short period of time until they have properly charted their cycle. The representative says: "It gives you that extra little bit of confirmation about whether or not you're ovulating. Natural family planning is not something that comes natural to us anymore, with contraceptive tools being so readily available. However, it won't take you long to figure things out again."

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For more information about iProven, contact the company here:

iProven
Suzanne
1-503-974-0913
marketing@iproven.com
iProven
Beaverton, OR

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