Our expert says:
Temperature monitoring as a means of ovulation detection is somewhat antiquated and has been replaced with far more sensitive ovulation detection kits such as urine LH testing kits, Clearplan etc. These tests are far more sensitive and specific for ovulation as apposed to temperature monitoring which can vary with other biological conditions example infections etc. Should there be no ovulation detected using the urine LH testing kits then I would recommend you see you gynaecologist.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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