Wish there was a test that could give you insight into your hormones every day of the month?  Looking for a tool that could help you accurately determine when you ovulate so you know when you were in certain phases of the month?  Curious as to if your herbs, diet, exercise or bioientical hormone replacement therapy therapies are actually working for you? Want to know what to eat, how to workout and when to plan things around your cycle?  The Tempdrop temperature sensing device can help you answer all those burning questions about your cycle.   Tempdrop is not a period tracking device, it’s an ovulation tracker which provides insights into cycle length and what’s interfering with your cycle. In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast, Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Mel Angus from Tempdrop on how the device works, how it’s helping many women out there and how doctors are using it to pinpoint areas that need intervention while assessing effectiveness of treatment protocols.

What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

  • How to use Tempdrop to monitor ovulation
  • Understanding bleeding events during your cycle
  • How anyone with ovaries can use Tempdrop to understand their body better
  • Key insights into evaluation of trends to track where your symptoms are showing up in your cycle
  • How Tempdrop is being used to assess hormone interventions in perimenopause
  • Using Tempdrop to determine what to eat, how to workout and when to plan events in life
  • How to use temp drop to make better decisions about your health interventions

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