Tutorials: How To Track Ovulation With Daysy
The Daysy Fertility Monitor is a groundbreaking device that uses your Basal Body Temperature (BBT) to plan and forecast your fertile days. Our innovative technology makes it easy for women everywhere to track their fertility cycles to either increase chances of conception or to prevent pregnancy naturally– without hormonal birth control. Learning how to track ovulation, however, takes a little bit of time to understand how it works.
We realise that switching to natural fertility awareness methods of contraceptives can be totally different than what most women have dealt with when it comes to contraception or TTC (trying to conceive). It’s new, it’s different than the methods typically given to women by their health practitioners. We know this and have created a full series of tutorials on how to track ovulation correctly with your Daysy Fertility Monitor and the daysyView natural family planning app.
Start off with our first time user walkthrough and learn from the beginning how to track ovulation with your Daysy the right way. We will take you on a comprehensive journey with your Daysy Fertility Monitor’s fertility indicators and what our system’s lights mean in different situations. We want to leave no opportunity for you to meet your goals (or to avoid any tiny little surprise bundles!).
From here, you have the opportunity to learn how to track ovulation within the daysyView natural family planning app and how you can include your partner on the process through the app. Whether you’re trying to conceive and using Daysy to increase the chances of conceiving, or you’re tired of the side effects of hormonal birth control and wish to use a natural form of contraception, our tutorials will set you up for success.
Need to change the battery in your Daysy fertility monitor? Not a problem, we will walk you through that process so you never have to skip a day’s worth of data. If, by chance, you need to erase and reset your Daysy device, we explain below how to manage this so that you can get the most accurate, reliable data on your fertility cycle.