Here are some additional resources to
help along your journey
- Trying to get pregnant? Use our Basal Body Temperature Guide to help know when you are most fertile:
- Your Basal Body Temperature is the measured temperature of your body before any activity in the morning. This temperature is your body’s baseline temperature. Your temperature will rise between 0.4 and 0.8 degrees Fahrenheit on the day of ovulation and will stay elevated until just before the start of your next period. If a pregnancy occurs, the temperature will remain elevated past the day that your next period would normally begin. This rise in temperature doesn't tell you when you are going to ovulate, but rather that you have ovulated. This method paired with observations of your cervical fluid can assist in timing fertility. Typically, women need to measure their BBTs for a few cycles to identify trends.
- Want more fertility support? Look for signs for when you are in the ideal period of your cycle for getting pregnant with our Ovulation and Cervical Mucus Guide.
- Having some digestive issues and not sure where to start? Start with Breakfast! Congee is a great way to get the nutrients your body needs in the first meal of the day. Here's our Congee recipe.