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Adding technology to the mix does not make basal temperature any more accurate, but it does make the process a little more automated, and makes it easier to analyze the data. I caught up with Jessie Griger the creator of Daysy, a basal thermometer that you use orally each day, sending the data to your mobile phone for analysis and tracking. Daysy takes the daily temperature recordings over time and generates a simple LED message system to indicate fertile (red), ovulating (blinking red), infertile (green) and still learning about you (yellow). Think of it as your own personal Nest thermostat, learning and keeping tabs on your internal baby oven. Dasys thermometer and apps cost $375.
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