TempCue BBT Temperature (Sensor Only)
TempCue is a basal body thermometer that connects directly to your mobile device. Using the mobile adapter that comes with the OvaCue Mobile, the TempCue sensor accurately measures, records, and charts your basal body temperature.
Add Basal Body Temperature Functionality to Your OvaCue Mobile with the TempCue Sensor Only
*Note: You must have the OvaCue Mobile in order to use the TempCue Sensor Only.
For a list of devices that are compatible with the TempCue, click here
With Ovacue Mobile, your mobile device becomes a state-of-the-art fertility monitor, making ovulation prediction convenient and mobile. And, now, with the TempCue temperature sensor, your mobile device can also become a smart, accurate basal body thermometer*. Using the mobile adapter that comes with the OvaCue Mobile**, the TempCue sensor accurately measures, records, and charts your basal body temperature. Just like OvaCue Mobile, TempCue works in conjunction with OvaGraph – the official fertility charting app of Toni Weschler’s best-selling book Taking Charge of Your Fertility – and automatically interprets your BBT data to display a possible ovulation date and cover line. Simply plug the TempCue sensor into the mobile adapter and the adapter into your mobile device, then sit back and relax while your device and our sophisticated app do all the work.
How BBT Charting with TempCue Helps You Conceive
Charting your basal body temperature (BBT), also called your waking temperature, is one of the most time-tested ways to track your fertility status and confirm when, and if, you are ovulating. By taking and charting your BBT throughout your menstrual cycle, you will be able to detect the natural rise in your temperature that occurs after ovulation, allowing you to pinpoint the days in your cycle that you are fertile – a key to achieving pregnancy naturally! If you are consistent about taking and charting your BBT daily, once ovulation occurs, you will see a temperature rise (it’s important to note this rise is quite subtle) after ovulation and throughout the rest of your menstrual cycle. Typically, the shift occurs about 24 hours after ovulation and the temperature rise is around .4º F, however, this can vary from woman to woman.
For decades, women have been charting their BBT with a pencil and a piece of graph paper, and eye-balling the temperature shifts. Using a set of advanced algorithms, TempCue and OvaGraph will automatically interpret your BBT data, and will display a possible ovulation date and a cover line once a temp shift occurs. BBT charting has never been so easy!
Supported Devices:*TempCue is compatible with most iOS devices running iOS 8 or greater, including: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPad 2, iPad 3rd Gen, iPad 4th Gen, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 1, 2, and 3, and iPod Touch 5th Gen. OvaCue Mobile is compatible with most Samsung Galaxy S5 and S6 devices.
**TempCue requires the mobile adapter that is sold with OvaCue Mobile. Unless you already have OvaCue Mobile, you must purchase OvaCue Mobile and TempCue temperature sensor together.
4 Key Benefits
- The only BBT thermometer designed to integrate with OvaGraph – the official fertility charting app of Taking Charge of Your Fertility
- A basal body thermometer that connects directly to your mobile device
- Offers smart, fast, accurate and mobile BBT charting
- Helps you conceive faster by pinpointing your ovulation date
How fast does this take a reading?
It should take approximately one minute to take your TempCue BBT reading. To ensure the fastest and most accurate reading, you’ll want to make sure that you’re holding that sensor still in your mouth and you are not moving around while the reading is being taken.
Hi, how do I use this in conjunction with the oral sensor? Do I use the TempCue first, or second? Does using the TempCue before using the oral sensor stimulate saliva production, and therefore affect the accuracy of the oral reading? Or does using the oral sensor first would affect your BBT and therefore the accuracy of the TempCue?
In general, it is suggested that you take your temperature reading first (as it is highly sensitive to any movement). However, the most important thing is to be consistent with the order in which you take your readings each day, and stick to that order to ensure consistency.
So this does not work with the OvaCue Monitor, just the mobile app?
Correct. TempCue is the first basal body thermometer that connects directly to your iOS device to work in conjunction with the OvaGraph app. The BBT readings that you take are automatically interpreted via the OvaGraph app for you to display a possible ovulation day as well as a coverline.
What is the accuracy rating of this sensor?
The TempCue is accurate to the 1/10th of a degree. Readings are taken and recorded to the 100th degree, and are charted to the 10th degree.