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The basal body temperature method is often combined with another method of natural family planning, such as the cervical mucus method.
The cervical mucus method is sometimes combined with another method of natural family planning, such as tracking basal body temperature.
If you're in doubt about an armpit temperature reading, use another method to confirm the results.
Primary treatments for hypothermia are methods to warm the body back to a normal temperature.
A common method of warming blood is the use of a hemodialysis machine, which is normally used to filter blood in people with poor kidney function.
Female condoms aren't affected by dampness or changes in temperature.
These methods focus on knowing which days of the month you are able to get pregnant (fertile), often based on basal body temperature and cervical mucus.
The current method of cryotherapy for prostate cancer — which employs ultrasound guidance, newer-technology cryotherapy probes and strict temperature monitoring — has been in use for only several years.
Freezing Shortly after your unfertilized eggs are harvested, they're cooled to subzero temperatures to preserve them for future use.
Popular types of natural family planning include the rhythm method, the cervical mucus method and the basal body temperature method.
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