Review: Easy@Home Digital Basal Thermometer

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Review
Over the past several years, I have been through a few thermometers. After seeing the Easy@Home Digital Oral Basal Thermometer advertised online, I thought I would give it a chance. As a teacher, I am exposed to all sorts of germs, and I feel it is important for me to actively monitor my temperature during flu season. More importantly, my wife and I would like to have children in the near future, and a Basal Thermometer will help her monitor her temperature closely.

Over the past week, my wife has been using The Easy@Home Digital Oral Basal Thermometer to monitor her temperature. The device has been measuring with a high-degree of precision (compared to hospital-grade equipment). In addition, the device’s ability to store readings has made it easy to use on a regular basis. My wife has gotten in the habit of recording her temperature daily and then has opted to record her temperature on the temperature chart for ovulation tracking weekly. In fact, she has been waking up daily to the thermometer’s alarm function. After waking, she promptly takes her temperature – depending on the backlight that lights the screen and allows her to take her temperature without waking me in the wee hours of the morning. The thermometer even came in a durable case that will be useful in protecting the device when traveling. She plans to continue using the device on a regular basis to help us as we hope to get pregnant within the next six months.

Last Thoughts
If you and your spouse are looking to get pregnant in the near future, you should highly consider purchasing the Easy@Home Digital Basal Thermometer to track temperatures changes during ovulation.

Disclaimer
I received this product for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. All opinions expressed are genuine, truthful, and impartial.

Tags
#EZHome_EBT_201, digital thermometer, basal thermometer, pregnancy, ovulation, flu, fever, sick, illness

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