We suggest that you continue wearing the iFertracker for two to three months after becoming pregnant. During the first eight weeks of pregnancy, your progesterone level mainly depends on a section of the ovary called the corpus luteum. After eight weeks, the placenta gradually takes over. Basal body temperature can be used to measure your progesterone level. During the early stages of pregnancy, a sudden drop decrease in corpus luteum function may result in miscarriage and can be captured by decreased BBT. Corpus luteum function can be tracked through basal body temperature. This means that monitoring basal body temperature throughout pregnancy can help you pick up early signs of a risk of miscarriage and take actions accordingly.
July 11, 2017February 9, 2018Alex Altizer