There are so many basal body thermometers on the market for taking your BBT these days that the choice can be difficult to make. Well I’m here to tell you that you do not need a fancy thermometer for tracking your basal body temperature! A BBT thermometer is not necessary at all, as a regular digital or mercury thermometer will work well.
Here are a few things to consider when choosing a thermometer for BBT:
- NOT a Quick Read Thermometer
- Should take 30 to 60 seconds for an accurate BBT reading
- Only needs to read to the 10th (37.0 or 98.0) not 100th (37.00 or 98.00)
There are now specific BBT thermometers that sync with apps but since I’m a firm believer in paper charting, those types of thermometers are not necessary and have a huge upfront cost.
If however, you are interested in a wearable BBT thermometer then I recommend ordering Tempdrop. This non-bluetooth wearable thermometer tracks your temperature throughout the night, giving more accurate BBT readings over time as the thermometer algorithm adjusts to your body and BBT. You can receive $10 off your Tempdrop purchase by using my referral code link: TempDrop Discount Code